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need a good malware remover, any suggestions?

Unread postby brummer » August 2nd, 2006, 6:02 pm

id like a good spyware and malware remover! ive already got adaware, mcafee stinger, webroot spysweeper, and avg anti virus! Dont fee like the spys are doing much good! need the free ones or trial versions if possible?!
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Unread postby 'KotaGuy » August 2nd, 2006, 6:21 pm

Ewido Anti-Spyware is always a good choice.

We use it a lot on the forums.

It is a fully functional 30 day trial. When the trial is over the only functions you lose are it's resident guard and the automatic updates. You can, of course, update it's definition files manually from within the program to keep it up to date.

IE-SPYAD, SpywareBlaster, and SpywareGuard are also good. You can grab them from the links in my sig.
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