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When I say 'virus,' you know exactly what I mean

Discussions of malware have their own equivalent to Godwin's Law: As the conversation grows longer, the probability that someone will derail the discussion by arguing over the meaning of 'virus' approaches near-certainty.

May 10, 2012

CleanSpyEyes

W32/SpyEyes Free Virus Removal Tool will detect and remove W32/SpyEyes Trojan completely, from your system. Download cleanspyeyes.exe...

December 15, 2014 by Proland Software

CleanCutwail

W32/CutWail Free Virus Removal Tool will detect and remove W32/CutWail Trojan completely, from your system. Download cleancutwail.exe...

December 4, 2014 by Proland Software

Microsoft Safety Scanner

Think you got a virus? Microsoft to the rescue!A few weeks ago, with little fanfare, Microsoft released a new downloadable on-demand security scanner to help techies deal with malware outbreaks

May 11, 2011

TalkTalk pushes ahead with URL scanning scheme

Internet service provider TalkTalk has said that it will reinstate its network-level security scheme called Virus Alerts that tracks every URL request made by customers.The anti-malware scanning system — known as Virus Alert — was quietly introduced by the company in July without telling customers that it was scanning URLs in order to provide on-screen virus alerts.

November 25, 2010 by

Free Windows 7 Virus Protection

With Windows 7 making buzz round the corner the security and protection have been started to get consolidated for pc running windows 7 operating systems. After all this time it seems that Microsoft has finally come out with their own malware and virus protection software.

April 19, 2010

Java zero-day flaw under active attack

Virus hunters have spotted the attacks on a popular song lyrics Web site. Any visitor to that Web site with the Java Plugin for Browsers installed (Internet Explorer or Firefox) will get infected with malware.

April 14, 2010 by

Comcast to send infected-PC alerts

Comcast is launching a trial of a new automated service that will warn broadband customers of possible virus infections, if the computers are behaving as if they have been compromised by malware.

October 8, 2009 by

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