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Re: Re: Microsoft AntiSpyware attacks Norton AV?
From: Nancy Kramer <nekramer () mindtheater net>
Date: Sun, 12 Feb 2006 21:47:44 -0500
At 07:05 PM 2/12/2006, Dave Korn wrote:
No, let me correct that. You need to fully uninstall it then throw it in
the bin and get something better[*]. Oh, and don't let MS beta software run
on any of your machines.
I concur. Been there done that got the viruses. If it weren't for AVG I
would probably have had to format my hard drive.
MS software doesn't work all that well in production versions. Don't put
their beta's on any machine that is anything else but a test machine.
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