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Old 16 June 2006, 16:27   #11
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Yep. And it's about to join Norton in the category of "wouldn't touch it with a bargepole" unless they get their finger out.

In a live chat with their techs right now . . .

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We have been saying that for years - nice to see we aren't the only ones to feel like that!!!
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Old 16 June 2006, 16:56   #12
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There's only 1 cure all AV/adware product - Linux.
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Old 16 June 2006, 17:18   #13
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Very true but Firefox helps a lot for people with Microcost
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Old 16 June 2006, 18:42   #14
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There's only 1 cure all AV/adware product - Linux.
And Mac OS X Seriously, it's really good - it works the way that you'd expect it to!
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Old 16 June 2006, 18:55   #15
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http://securityresponse.symantec.com...n.webus.g.html

This looks remarkably similar to what's been commented on earlier, but symantec discovered it back in 2005

If it isn't the same, then it looks like something similar has been tried before. We use Symantec AV corp edition at work, and I wouldn't change from it. The submission system works very well, and the people you talk to work quickly to find resolutions.

As it happens, the last month or so has seen significantly reduced numbers of virus infected e-mails for us at work - out of around 40,000 e-mails in around 15 days on one of our servers, 130 have been virus infected, whilst around 8000 of them have been picked up as spam either by heuristic or RBL checks.

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AVGfree is brilliant - don't download the trial version by mistake - the free one really is FREE!!!
Hi codprawn do you have a link to the download, and while i am here enjoy the new boat as my kids say looks cool.
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Tis here Neal - I have just downloaded it myself

http://free.grisoft.com/doc/1
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And Mac OS X Seriously, it's really good - it works the way that you'd expect it to!

running this OS as well ...whats a virus??????
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Tis here Neal - I have just downloaded it myself

http://free.grisoft.com/doc/1
Many thanks Peter
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Well the EZ Antivirus / CA tech support people demonstrated an ample lack of clue. We spent a long time updating various things that didn't make any difference, and then they still couldn't come up with an explanation (or even an excuse!) about why they didn't identify that virus.

I now have a trial version of the strangely named NOD 32 which did identify the virus, and found a few more that had been missed too!

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