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Howto: Bypass the MSN Messenger Anti Virus Check

Posted on Tuesday, June 09 2009 @ 06:41:01 CEST by

Windows Live Messenger, or “MSN” as it is still known by most users is undoubtedly one of the most popular IM clients in the world. With Version 2009 a host of new features have been added, some of which we like; others less so. One of the most annoying changes is requirement to have certain file types scanned by an antivirus package before you can send or receive them. Whilst we agree that security is important, we don’t want to be mollycoddled by Microsoft every time someone sends us a Zip file.

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Re: Howto: Bypass the MSN Messenger Anti Virus Check
by Anonymous on Tuesday, June 09 2009 @ 11:15:05 CEST
Site has a under pop up for a porn site. if the image was clicked on.

Re: Howto: Bypass the MSN Messenger Anti Virus Check
by suspecx86 on Monday, November 23 2009 @ 23:11:32 CET
The Program had to be updated to enable itself in msn... here is the new link


Same Instructions... Just Double Click and open... If you move the file... Double Click it Again

Re: Howto: Bypass the MSN Messenger Anti Virus Check
by suspecx86 on Monday, November 23 2009 @ 01:41:20 CET
I have some C# programming skills and I made an Application that will bypass the anoying antivirus validation....


Only thing it does it passes it's own filepath to MSN... and after that it will just act as a dummy application... You won't even notice it's there...

Just Double Click the File then Close it... After that don't replace the file.... If you do Just Double Click it again and Close..


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