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Phorm CEO to do live online chat

Phorm and its relevant advertising feature that is part of the Webwise phishing warning system is something that has generated many column inches around the main broadband news sites and blogs.

News has just reached us that Kent Ertugrul the Phorm CEO will be online between 8:30pm and 9:30pm this evening to take part in an online chat at www.webwise.com/chat.

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All i will say in advance is poor bloke some of the questions he is going to have to deal with will range from the intelligent and tricky right down to the outright dumb. Lets hope the bloke doesnt speak in what i term marketting twaddle see people finally understand its just ad advert service to make money.

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 9 years ago

He must be a real sucker for pain.

  • carrot63
  • over 9 years ago

or, as per anyone else who does PR online chat, he'll only answer carefully selected and, dare i say it, fielded questions...that might even appear to be worded as if cut and pasted from a script....

  • whatever2
  • over 9 years ago

quote"that might even appear to be worded as if cut and pasted from a script"
Surely not... A big organisation with a script monkey... That wouldnt and never happens does it hehe ;)

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 9 years ago

Windows Vista refuses to load thier Chat tool as it coming from an unsigned source. When an operating system won't even risk loading thier chat tool it can't be a great sign.

  • eurobear
  • over 9 years ago

MAC Codes from BT graphed up should look like an arial. This is ridiculous expecting this out-ethics dupe to say anything other than his well scripted response.
At the end of the day the real question should be what business does BT have allowing an outside company access to their users Internet traffic, whatever the reason. If the Police or security services want access to that they at least need a warrant(well not always). Phorm gets access for er "marketing purposes"?
DO ME A FAVOUR GOV!

  • Guzzo
  • over 9 years ago

Eurobear - no, that says a lot about Vista, actually.

  • Dawn_Falcon
  • over 9 years ago

"as it coming from an unsigned source" - as does most software and drivers.

  • herdwick
  • over 9 years ago

Yea agree with both the above comments, thats a vista issue, some are saying vista is the worst OS Microsoft have ever produced... In terms of compatibilty with hardware out there it is shocking.

  • CARPETBURN
  • over 9 years ago

"Windows Vista refuses to load thier Chat tool as it coming from an unsigned source"

Is this the case if you turn of UAC?

I've had Vista for nearly a year now and never seen any 'unsigned' programs refuse to load.

  • keith_thfc
  • over 9 years ago

Managed to get the tool to load by turning off an internet Explorer Security settign but then it still refused to run successfully. I'm assuming the Chat Forum used was quite busy...

  • eurobear
  • over 9 years ago

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