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i use the free version, and scan every once in a while with it.

it found nothing since 2 years or maybe more.

 

not sure if it would be worth it to buy a premium.

 

are you using the free version as well and have a lot of findings? then it could be worth buying the premium, otherwise i guess not.

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Excellent program!

 

I've been using it for years and not only does it keep the little bitties from entering your computer it also let's you know when something isn't right and will ask you about it before it does the quarantine.

 

What I really like about it is .... I have Kaspersky and it does the job better than this anti virus program. 

 

It's a good program -- and I don't see any difference between the free version and the premium version actually!

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i currently use the free version.. works perfect catches the nasty bugs easily and doesnt take too long to do a full scan.. it also catches them viruses hidden in your browser the ones you cant delete or uninstall from dodgy downloads.. i dont think there is much difference between the free version and the premium.. best person to ask is =TS= snotts.. i know he has got the premium

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Along with these Mal-ware and Virus "protection" Programs, There are a few treatments if your in the position of already being infected (or if you think you are)

Combofix is a brilliant little "run-once" treatment for most of us (sorry win 8 users, no help for you on this) it will find and remove 90% of what your antivirus stuff fails to kill,

It works best when run from safe mode,

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/download/combofix/

As for browser cleanups, this works an absolute charm and has helped me sort out a lot of my own Customers. Its called ADW cleaner.

i have removed everything from "conduit Search" to these fake "ask" pages that just do not die

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/download/adwcleaner/

 

If you Guys have any issues or Questions, Just PM me or grab me in TeamSpeak, and i will do my best to guide

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what i found pretty useful was something like this: http://winhelp2002.mvps.org/hosts.htm

its a hosts file with a hell lot of entries that block most known unwanted stuff.

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