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Free Malware Removal

hi all,
want a free malware utility.
There are lot's of in Google and other searching systems, but i'd like to hear ur recommendations and links.
thanks

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Free Anti Stuff

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Have a look here
Good luck,
Eddie

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Thank you

In reply to: Free Anti Stuff

and thank u, bob (proffit)

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For you XP owners...

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Take a gander at EWIDO. That post is getting old but still works for most (and free too!)

Today I run Ewido for 2000/XP based machines.

Bob

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Microsoft has its own program

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Microsoft has its own malware remover. I think its part of their Live program. Check it out. (sorry I can't be more specific...)

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Microsoft has it's own.. Spyware. Tell me about ALEXA.

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Why does Microsoft's tools ignore ALEXA?

I think it's because Microsoft bought them.

Any anti-spyware that ignores spyware is panned by me and many others.

Bob

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yeap

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i do agree with u bob.

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