this is a good debate
this is hands on real world training
so have anyone looked at the Malware Removal University and see what they go through ?
The Mission of the Malware Removal University is to train volunteers to assist in removing malware at the various established malware removal forums, thereby helping to expand the availability and quality of volunteer help, and the usability of the Internet
What this course is for
The intent of this course is to train individuals who desire to volunteer their services online as malware removal helpers at various malware removal forums.
What this course is not for
It's not for personal skill enhancement so you can help friends and family.
It's not a corporate training course to help you provide better help to your clients, start or support your own business, improve your opportunities for employment and/or enhance your eligibility for a promotion
It's not a social club where you can come and chat about malware with your friends.
It's not a way to pass time because you've got nothing better to do.
If you want to join for any reason other than to help in currently established forums, then this course is not for you. If you disregard this cautionary warning and instead misrepresent your reasons for applying for admission to MRU, rest assured that the truth will ultimately be discovered, which will result in your immediate removal
The course is a complete training program that is very extensive and time-consuming. It can also be very difficult and sometimes may even be frustrating. It is NOT self-paced, and cannot be completed at your leisure. We have a large waiting list of applicants, and therefore have neither the time nor resources to devote to any but dedicated and determined students.
This program does not require that you have previous experience, a background in computers or a technical background. It does require that you have both time and determination, and a willingness to work very hard and to follow instructions. MRU Graduates have come from a wide variety of backgrounds and occupations, including retirees, educators, physicians, laborers, lawyers, mechanics, bookkeepers, landscapers, and even a few computer "experts." The list goes on and on.
The training provided is free of charge. In return, graduate trainees are expected to allocate a portion of their time to helping others, via online community forums, to rid their computers of malware. They are also expected to spread the message of practicing safe and secure online computing.
The staff on the boards are all volunteers, willing to donate their time and expertise in the fight against malware and the continuing battle to keep the Internet safe and usable.
The purpose of the Malware Removal University is not, has never been, nor will it ever be to provide support to those who join the University for the purpose of setting up a malware removal help site. Our objectives do not include providing just enough help so that yet another poorly prepared student can open yet another substandard help site. If that sounds harsh, it is intended to be exactly that. We have neither the time, the inclination, nor the patience, to deal with prospective Short Term Students whose purposes are not in accordance with ours.
Our objective is to train malware fighters, of which there are few, to assist at existing help sites, of which there are already many. There should be no doubt in the mind of any potential student that the work and mission of this University is something we all take very seriously, and that those who attempt to use this University as a means to further their own private agendas will be promptly removed.
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Malware Removal University
donetao i can understand about the small donations
but to do what some of them do at as meany forums as they work and dealing with people that have no clue i doin't think none of them are getting rich if you think about it
we both know my friend because we have worked together to help others and sometimes it is a pain because thay just do not understand the info we give no matter how hard we try
i'v seen people on craigslist forum hang out waiting for people infected then remotlely hook up to the peoples computer and fix it for them and make money but who knows what else has been done