3 posts • joined Tuesday 25th March 2008 17:03 GMT
Malwarebytes gets most of this
Using malwarebytes and spybot for a few registery settings that malwarebytes misses gets rid of it. At least in the 10 or so cases I've cleaned in the past 2 or 3 weeks, although I haven't seen any with the 2009 version which might have a few differences from Winav2008.
Hey, lighten up !!
He said a few months ago that he "paid every bill that was sent to me".
I kid you knot.
ET cos he's from the same planet.
Here's a good reason why it should be withdrawn
Note the Highly Critical portion of the advisory below, note the complete lack of patches.
How you can justify a browser being included with media players is hard enough to understand, but when it has a highly critical security hole in it, then it's just plain stupid/evil/greedy.
Spoofing, System access
Safari for Windows 3.x
At a minimum it should be withdrawn until it's fully patched, all the n00bs need is more security holes.
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