RE: Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool?

This is a little tool that removes selected viruses (worms mostly) .
It is update once a month and all Windows users receives it with the
Critical updates.It isn't necessary to use it ,but is useful. It doesn't
It runs only once ,automatically, and informs you only if something is

And something say you have Ewido .What Ewido's exactly your have.
If you have their security suit ,you should remove it because you 'd better
not keep more than one security suits permanent.
You need :
1 firewall -always ON
windows updates-automated
1 antivirus with real time protection-always ON
1 antispyware with real time protection -always ON
1 antispyware without real-time protection

Norton is enoght for antivirus.Make sure it is always updated.

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Microsoft (R)
suggests 3 + 1 general steps how to protect
your PC and the infomation stored on it,
your privacy and your family
1.Use an internet firewall
2.Enable Automatic Updates for your PC
3.Use an antivirus software
4.Use antispyware software

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"TNorth" wrote:

> Thoughts and opinions on the Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool please?
> Is anyone using it? Are there problems with it?
> I run NAV 2006 one full scan a week plus "short" scans every other day,
> Ad-Aware SE weekly, and Ewido weekly. Do I need this MS tool as well?
> Once it is installed - does it always run or is it a one-shot deal each
> month?
> Any thoughts or ideas appreciated!
> Thanks!
> TN

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