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VirusTrigger Analysis and Removal

by Shanmuga

VirusTrigger is a new entrant to the ever growing family of rogue security software products. A clone of the rouge Antivirus Lab, the software and their Website is very professional in design and uses a variety of aggressive scare messages about non-existent malware infections.

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Get Free Anti-virus and Free Anti-spyware!

by Shanmuga

Norton Security Scan is a free antivirus tool provided by Symantec, the makers of Norton Anti Virus line of software products. Norton Security Scan provides on-demand scanning (must be manually run) and removal or repair of Viruses, Trojan horses and Hack tools like keyloggers, etc.

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Spyware then and now

by Shanmuga

Google brought back its oldest available index from the year 2001 on the occasion of its 10th birthday. It brought back certain nostalgic memories…I was into my second PC, a Compaq. That was the year I first got the internet connection at home through a 56kbps dial-up connection and that was the year I truly

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ComScore Says ‘Researchware’ Isn’t ‘Spyware’

by Shanmuga

"ComScore chairman and co-founder Gian Fulgoni believes there’s a distinction between overt and covert data gathering. Market researchers, he suggests, rely on "researchware," in contrast to criminal researchers who employ "spyware." "Market research tracking software (we have dubbed it ‘researchware’) needs to be differentiated from ‘adware,’ ‘spyware,’ and ‘malware’ and should not be treated in

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Malware: Come see the softer side of spyware

by Shanmuga

"The story goes like this: late last year, Sears.com and Kmart.com began asking users if they wanted to participate in a "community" online (presumably a community made up of Sears and Kmart aficionados). In late December, security researcher Benjamin Googins at Computer Associates noticed, however, that the "community" actually installed software from comScore, a market

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