Trojan attacks Microsoft's anti-spyware

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  1. ronjor

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    This really is so predictable, like Norton, Ms-AS has become a target - it is the one to beat. This is one of the major disadvantages of the takeover of Giant. When we had Giant we were safer. I just hope PG can put a stop to such attempts.
     
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    Microsoft probes anti-spyware Trojan

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    Marja Honestly, I'm not a bot!!

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    Well, I might be wrong doing so, but, I am not putting MS anti spyware tool on my computer, besides, what if they decide some prog I like is spyware?
    I'll stay under the radar (without MS' help) for now!
     
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    The good folks @ Wilders will help confirm or dispute Microsofts claim. MAS is well worth a try....and while it has it's FP's periodically like all of them....the code\program is still moving forward after the Giant folks went to the Bahamas :cool:
     
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