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  1. Should superantispyware detect malware with a '.vbs' extension, from junk mail? Much of those I receive are missed, whether I have the latest update,or have set to scan inside archives or not. SASW is not the only software that doesn't always detect them. I usually just bin the emails, and of course for any with unknown attachments from unknown users, you should always bin them, but as a test here is my latest attachment. The vbs files I receive are usually hidden inside archives, within another archive itself, which seemingly is an attempt to make them harder to detect I would upload it here, but I suspect the file would then go public. Is there a page to submit files? thanks (edit - perhaps this should have been posted within the malware detection section) Similar to this, although the actions of the vbs script file may obviously differ click here
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