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    How I caught AirNav stole my Flight Data

    How I caught AirNav stole my Flight Data ?

    See the attached 2 Screen shots.

    1 screenshot showed "Share Flight Data" = OFF

    Another screenshot showed the Serial Number of my Radarbox in Radarbox24.com

    Despite disabled the "Share Flight Data", my data was still streaming into AirNav Server.

    In my PC Network Router, Ports 7878 and 7879 are already BLOCKED, yet, data still got stolen by the THIEF.


    AirNav stole data from Radarbox Serial Number PGANRB112622 with Share Data OFF.jpgAirNav stole data from Radarbox Serial Number PGANRB112622.jpg
    F-WSSS1 - Cats refused to Pee & Pooh on RadarBox - Running a FR24 Receiver & DVB-T Dongle 24/7 to piss off The Chief Thief.

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    Shame on AirNav Systems!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoCalBrian View Post
    Shame on AirNav Systems!
    Wahahahaa ... you think THIEF will feel shameful ?
    F-WSSS1 - Cats refused to Pee & Pooh on RadarBox - Running a FR24 Receiver & DVB-T Dongle 24/7 to piss off The Chief Thief.

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    How I caught AirNav stole my Flight Data ?

    See the attached 2 Screen shots.

    1 screenshot showed "Share Flight Data" = OFF

    Another screenshot showed the Serial Number of my Radarbox in Radarbox24.com

    Despite disabled the "Share Flight Data", my data was still streaming into AirNav Server.

    In my PC Network Router, Ports 7878 and 7879 are already BLOCKED, yet, data still got stolen by the THIEF.
    I've never counted them up Birdie but I think the whole virtual radar world knows that Air Nav stole your data. You bang on about it daily and create posts to support it both here and at least two other sites I'm involved with.

    We get it mate, Air Nav have stolen your data, now for ther love of God, STOP going on about it, it's getting really boring.

    Let's find a way to collectively bring down Air Nav and it's lying owner. Yes ANDRE BRANDAO, you are a liar and if you feel like taking me to court for saying this, feel free. I have more than enough evidence of your lies and counter lies to bury you ten times over. Feeling lucky punk, go ahead, make my (and ever other Radarbox owner who your crappy company has shafted over the years) day.

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    I too refrained earlier from posting "broken record"

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    Which version of RadarBox software you're using? The one I'm able to download right now is 4.03 What about yours?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ppgstf View Post
    I've never counted them up Birdie but I think the whole virtual radar world knows that Air Nav stole your data. You bang on about it daily and create posts to support it both here and at least two other sites I'm involved with.

    We get it mate, Air Nav have stolen your data, now for ther love of God, STOP going on about it, it's getting really boring.

    Let's find a way to collectively bring down Air Nav and it's lying owner. Yes ANDRE BRANDAO, you are a liar and if you feel like taking me to court for saying this, feel free. I have more than enough evidence of your lies and counter lies to bury you ten times over. Feeling lucky punk, go ahead, make my (and ever other Radarbox owner who your crappy company has shafted over the years) day.
    It seems that you are the only person whom I got into your nerves.

    Relax man - have a cold beer !

    When I discovered AirNav's "last nail in their coffin", I felt compelled to let everyone know about it.

    They decided to display the Stolen Data Radarbox Serial Number - I believe most of you didn't noticed it.

    If you find reading my posting boring, please do not read it. I also don't want to sound like a broken record.

    Since I have collected the last piece of concrete evidence of AirNav Stealing data - I rest my case.
    F-WSSS1 - Cats refused to Pee & Pooh on RadarBox - Running a FR24 Receiver & DVB-T Dongle 24/7 to piss off The Chief Thief.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kanok View Post
    Which version of RadarBox software you're using? The one I'm able to download right now is 4.03 What about yours?


    Sent from my iPad 2 Limited Ed. using Tapatalk HD
    Original V4.03 from the CD-ROM - upgraded to V4.04 from upgrade sent to me by AirNav to fix the "Equatorial Bug" - but it ended up stealing my data - even though I disable "Share Flight Data" and closed Port 7878 & 7879 in my router.
    F-WSSS1 - Cats refused to Pee & Pooh on RadarBox - Running a FR24 Receiver & DVB-T Dongle 24/7 to piss off The Chief Thief.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdie View Post
    Original V4.03 from the CD-ROM - upgraded to V4.04 from upgrade sent to me by AirNav to fix the "Equatorial Bug" - but it ended up stealing my data - even though I disable "Share Flight Data" and closed Port 7878 & 7879 in my router.
    As far as I know 4.04 is still in beta and it is long overdue. Can you send the update file for us to test and confirm this?

    By the way, it may sound stupid. After you unselect that share data, have you click APPLY?


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    Mine 4.03 stop sharing data after I unselected and press Apply. But there is delay around 4 mins in order to see flights on RB24 in my area disappeared.

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