The software maker has apparently released an updated version of the Malicious Software Removal Tool a bit earlier, as version 5.2 is already up for grabs for those running Windows. As you most likely know by now, the app is specifically designed to remove specific forms of malware from your computer, but it cannot be used as a full-time anti-virus solution. Microsofts Malicious Software Removal Tool works flawlessly on all Windows versions still supported by the Redmond-based company, including the ancient XP, Vista, 7, and 8. Both 32- and 64-bit editions work just fine.
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Fake “Internet Security” Virus Storms Internet, Infecting Thousands of Computers
The virus has already infected several thousand users around the nation, and appears to sneak by even the most effective anti-virus software. The malware removal experts at Online Virus Repair Inc. have seen a number of clients infected with this particular virus, and have prepared a fast and effective method for quick resolution to the annoying virus. Dan Steiner, President at Online Virus Repair Inc. explains “This particular type of malware is very common. Our team sees a great deal of this type of infection on the daily basis, so we’re well prepared to take care of it.” Unlike traditional virus removal methods commonly utilized by local computer shops, Steiner’s company provides remote support, which is significantly faster and much easier for clients. Instead of unplugging cables, wires, and other peripherals from the infected machine, computer-users with malware infections can quickly call or chat with a technician, who can then connect in via a tiny secure applet, removing any traces of malware. The service also includes patches to commonly exploited plugins, adware removal, and a number of other preventive maintenance procedures to better protect computers from future virus infections, and to boost the performance of the computer.
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