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Re: Re: Microsoft AntiSpyware attacks Norton AV?
From: Bipin Gautam <gautam.bipin () gmail com>
Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2006 08:56:38 +0545
On 2/13/06, Dave Korn <davek_throwaway () hotmail com> wrote:
"Joel R. Helgeson" joel () helgeson wrote in message
news:00ac01c62edc$bc62eb40$1400a8c0 () appiant
Is anyone else seeing/experiencing this?
When it scanned each system it found a Trojan called PWS.Bancos.A
(Password Stealer) - Level: Severe
When it quarantined the bug, it also rendered the Symantec Anti-Virus
Symantec Antivirus is corrupt and not usable.
Any security product for windows that depends on the windows registry
and IE/windows components soooooooo much to a point small malfunction
on those will seriously affect its normal working, eats lots of system
resources, has a VERY BAD uninstaller, has big bulky updates deserves
to be flushed out of your PC. hey, NAV qualifies on all these
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