Worm Sweeper: Easily remove viruses and other malicious programs

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by sg09, Aug 31, 2011.

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  1. sg09

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    The website and interface looks like cartoon...:argh:
     
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    it looks interesting i wonder what engine it uses?
     
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    No XP? Win 7 & Vista.
     
  6. moontan

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    restore a clean image and you're done in minutes.
    instead of playing with malwares for hours with this and that program... :cautious:
     
  7. jmonge

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    agree with you;)
     
  8. Kernelwars

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    you are right about that :) :thumb:
     
  9. moontan

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    there are 'imagers' that also restore/reset your MBR while restoring an image.
    that is preferable of course, as you can be sure nothing has/will slip by.
     
  10. TwistedWire

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    moontan + 1 :thumb:

    Image restore is the way to go everyone should do it:)
     
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    Hey not to sound like a complete noob but where does everyone typically back up to? Like a disc or portable HD?
     
  12. moontan

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    i back up to a secondary internal HD because it's faster than a USB drive.
    but i copy and paste the backups to a portable drive also.
    usually, people image to a portable drive.
     
  13. Kernelwars

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    indeed my good friend moontan:thumb: Thanks
     
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    I do exactly the same thing moontan.
     
  15. Kernelwars

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    you use win 7 imaging or something else my friend?:D
     
  16. moontan

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    great minds think alike. ;) :D

    eh! cool mojo m8! :)
     
  17. Kernelwars

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    which imaging software you use moontan:)
     
  18. moontan

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    I used Windows 7 own for a long time and it's very good! :thumb:
    never failed once in over 200 imaging and restore.

    a few months ago i bought IFW and it's been rock solid as well with a few extra options that W7 does not have.
     
  19. Kernelwars

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    IFW what is that my good friend
     
  20. moontan

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    Image For Windows
     
  21. Kernelwars

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    after googling it I am impressed it got good reviews.. I will give it a spin:thumb: Thanks man
     
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    we have a whole bunch of people here at Wilders in the Backup & Imaging forum that are quite knowledgeable about this stuff.

    always good to drop by there and ask around. :thumb:
     
  24. Cloud

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    Not the place for this. Lets get back on topic.

    Anyways... has anybody tried the product yet?
     
  25. jmonge

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    i want to try it:)
     
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