Got Rid of Nasty-Ass "Win 7 Internet Security 2012" Virus

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    Only took two days but my God - this thing was pesky.

    Thank God for Bleepingcomputer.com

    Those guys have never let me down.

    I bought my sons two MAC laptops for Christmas - I need to go to a MAC desktop at home - this Microsoft virus crap is for the birds.

    And no. I don't surf porn.



























































































































    Much
     
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    Yea go Mac and stick your head in the ground ... you do realize that Mac has the biggest increase in malware, spyware and virus attacks out there and little protection?

    And it is not Windows fault that you pressed "Yes" when you should press no.... Win 7 Internet Security 2012 and similar fake anti-virus can only be installed if you say yes... so you are not protected at all if you switch to Mac.
     
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    Linux mint. Problem over.
     
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    Even that aint safe... just because hackers and malware programmers dont give a shit about Linux because of market share, does not mean that it is safe...

    Only way you can be safe... pull the plug to the internet.
     
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    Run a live CD.:eusa_shhh:
     
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    Where are you finding this incorrect information? In Microsoft propaganda?
     
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    Bitdefender works fine for me. Has been for years.
     
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    Microsoft Security Essentials will protect a Vista/Windows 7 machine from nearly any attack. It's free and it works.
     

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