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The Art of Computer Virus Research and Defense, by Peter Szor Malware: Fighting Malicious Code, by Ed Skoudis and Lenny ZeltserWindows Internals, 4th Edition, by Mark Russinovich and Dave Solomon (the By Gregg Keizer Senior Reporter, Computerworld | Jul 28, 2011 4:53 PM PT More like this Microsoft clarifies MBR rootkit removal advice Rootkit infection requires Windows reinstall, says Microsoft Massive botnet In other words, it is always good to have multiple anti-rootkit utilities at your disposal because they cover each others weaknesses.However, that doesn't mean all anti-rootkit programs are equal. Get our Daily News newsletter Go Microsoft’s Azure cloud storage had a rough night On Wednesday night into the early morning hours of Thursday Microsoft reported that its Azure cloud... my review here

Cybersecurity info you can’t do without Want to stay informed on the latest news in cybersecurity? Aug 2, 2011 #10 gwailo247 TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 2,011 +18 Guest said: ↑ Apparently they aren't pirating their XP correctly. Question: My computer is infected and GMER won't start: Answer: Try to rename gmer.exe to iexplore.exe and then run it. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds.

And if you're pirating your AV software too, and you're getting all your updates and patches for both OS and AV through pirate sites, you are probably more likely to get Question: How to uninstall/remove the GMER software from my machine ? government reportedly pays Geek Squad technicians to dig through your PC for files to give to...