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Unread postby Rodav » June 22nd, 2007, 3:43 pm

Is there any way mark the topics that are solved in the Archived Hijackthis Board room to differentiate them from the abandoned ones?

It's not really an issue but for want of a better analogy it's like borrowing a book from a library, reading it through only to find the last 20 pages ripped out.
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Unread postby ChrisRLG » June 22nd, 2007, 5:56 pm

Thats not a bad description.

Unfortunately you will find the same problem in almost every anti-malware forum.

What often happens is they post to more than one forum - and work with the first (or even with two helpers). That wastes a helpers time and makes those topic you have found.

Also once they are 'clean' to their mind (but not the helpers) they want to get back to their latest game - and just disappear.

All very frustrating - but sorry to say, the norm in this field of work.
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Re: Resolved HJT Logs

Unread postby Katana » June 22nd, 2007, 6:04 pm

Rodav wrote:Is there any way mark the topics that are solved in the Archived Hijackthis Board room to differentiate them from the abandoned ones?.


You mean something like
[solved] or [Dead]

equivalent to
[moved] and [Duplicate]

tags at the beginning of the thread name
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Re: Resolved HJT Logs

Unread postby John B. » June 23rd, 2007, 3:35 am

katana wrote:
Rodav wrote:Is there any way mark the topics that are solved in the Archived Hijackthis Board room to differentiate them from the abandoned ones?.


You mean something like
[solved] or [Dead]

equivalent to
[moved] and [Duplicate]

tags at the beginning of the thread name

That's the system at CastleCops :)
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Re: Resolved HJT Logs

Unread postby Rodav » June 23rd, 2007, 11:25 am

katana wrote:
Rodav wrote:Is there any way mark the topics that are solved in the Archived Hijackthis Board room to differentiate them from the abandoned ones?.


You mean something like
[solved] or [Dead]

equivalent to
[moved] and [Duplicate]

tags at the beginning of the thread name


Yeah something along those lines or even just mentioning it in the title e.g. "Solved: Help i'm infected".


That's the system at CastleCops


I must have a peek over there, thanks :)
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