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AV Security suite beat NOD32

Post by n_spect_r on Mon 14 Jun 2010, 8:10 pm

My inlaws are running a Dell PC with Win Vista and NOD32. They have an infection of AV Security Suite. I checked the NOD32 update and it is the most current release, a bit irritated that the infection got past. I read through various posts and pages and found several references to manual removal and registry edits. Booted in safe mode with networking. Removed the browser proxy settings but when I looked for the Documents and Settings folder it was not there. I disabled the network card and ran Malwarebytes last night, was running when I left their house. Will return this afternoon to see what the results are. My main concern is that I am running the same NOD32 on my laptop and home PC, if this program won't stop viruses what would be a better choice?



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Re: AV Security suite beat NOD32

Post by DragonMaster Jay on Mon 14 Jun 2010, 8:16 pm

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