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Widely praised as the best malware removal and prevention tool, it normally sells for around $50.
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Microsoft's free anti-virus software, Security Essentials, has failed examinations conducted by AV-Test, for the second time in a row.
Facebook helps users get their malware infected computers cleaned up.
AVG Free might've flagged just a little in the past few years, but it's back with a shorter install, better usability, and faster scans.
The donationware ClamXav and the free Sophos Anti-Virus for Mac combine real-time protection, automatic updates, and on-demand malware scanners to help prevent infections.
The social network says its blacklist has also been augmented by the security firms, which have offered up their own URL blacklist databases.
A tiny abandoned island nestled in the middle of New York beckons us to explore its forgotten shores, an ArsTechnica writers endeavors to install every "free" program offered online, and a magic spray that repels water is now on the market.