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BGM

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Malwarebytes?
« on: 06. March 2009., 13:19:18 »
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I have found this product to be excellent cleaning some real problems both Mcafee, and Webroot spysweeper could not even touch.

You can use it free for scans after you suspect a problem, however if you buy the product it can be used in the background to detect and eliminate the malware before it infects your system.

These days, going to the most innocent sites can infect your system, and I have not found one product that does it all.   Comments ?
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Malwarebytes?
« on: 06. March 2009., 13:19:18 »




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Re: Malwarebytes
« Reply #1 on: 06. March 2009., 15:26:24 »
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I have found this product to be excellent cleaning some real problems both Mcafee, and Webroot spysweeper could not even touch.

You can use it free for scans after you suspect a problem, however if you buy the product it can be used in the background to detect and eliminate the malware before it infects your system.

These days, going to the most innocent sites can infect your system, and I have not found one product that does it all.   Comments ?
 :bih:


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Re: Malwarebytes?
« Reply #2 on: 03. August 2009., 16:36:44 »
Malwarebytes is a handy tool to keep on your pc and run at regular intervals e.g once a fortnight. Picks up many different pieces of malware and spyware. ComboFix is also a good utility :)

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Re: Malwarebytes?
« Reply #3 on: 13. March 2010., 15:33:03 »
Malwarebytes   Good !

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Re: Malwarebytes?
« Reply #4 on: 20. March 2010., 03:46:35 »
I use this one as well as other free ones.  Cleans well.

 

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