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Not sure what group of things I have [RESOLVED]


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Rorschach112

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Ok this is what you should do

*Smitfraudfix (remove)
*Ad-Aware 2007 (can remove if you want, MBAM is better)
*Ad-Watch 2007 (can remove if you want)
*hijackthis (remove)
*Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware (keep)
*Norton Internet Security 2007 (can remove it is not very good)
*RegCure (remove, it is junk and dangerous)
*Spy Sweeper (can remove, MBAM enough)
*SpywareBlaster (keep)
*SpywareGuard (keep)
*SUPERAntiSpyware Free Edition (can remove, MBAM enough)
*ie-spyad (keep)
*Even though I followed the directions given, I still see a Combofix file in Local Disk C:
CF10950, how do I make sure it's all gone? Delete it

*a-squared Anti-Malware [free trial] (remove)
*What is "ComPlus Applications"? Leave it
*ActiveScan 2.0 & NanoScan (remove)
*Windows Defender (can remove, MBAM enough)
*PC Doc Pro 3.5 (remove it is junk)



Anything else ?
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Nope, it looks like we can close this topic, since all the info I was going to get was got, & after a little playing around with them all the programs you said to delete are totally gone. Thanx, & I will take up the other business, including the other laptop, elswhere here & off the site too. You are a saint, & I thank you.
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I almost forgot, just let me know if I can also get rid of Kaspersky now, & then you can close this topic, I promise.
Ryan
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Yes you can get rid of that
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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :)

If you're the topic starter, and need this topic reopened, please contact a staff member with the address of the thread.

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