Re: Privacy.LIE scamming you again!
From: Max Burke (mlvburke_at_xxxxxxxxx.nz)
Date: Mon, 7 Nov 2005 17:45:22 +1300
> Hairy One Kenobi scribbled:
>> "traveler" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> If you would like to try something that's more than a "revealer",
>> that can safely remove the root kit for you, if in fact you want to
>> remove it rather than keeping it, that's a safe product and produced
>> by a leading computer security company, that's free to use until
>> January 1st, 2006, then go to the general technology section at:
>> Or just keep what you have, just don't delete anyhting.
> ..or just go to Windows Update and run the Malicious Software Removal
Totally different situation, and the MSRT is incapable of finding let alone
The reason for that is because Microsoft did NOT design/program the MSRT to
find/deal with rootkits.
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