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trmfp

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  1. OK, well it might be something to consider. For network admins and PC Techs alike, the more information we have about a threat, the easier it is to clean it and educate users of how they were infected. I don't know how many times I have been asked how the computer was infected because the user doesn't realize they did anything wrong. I am in no way trying to compare or advocate products, but symantec has a great threat definitions site that gives that level of detailed information as well as manual removal instructions for any of the software it can detect. I find it very valueable, but at the same time it is difficult to find that information when the names of the threat are changed from every vendor. Thanks for your replies.
  2. But that only tells me the name of the malware. I would like more detailed information such as all files installed/modified and registry keys changed, possible cause of infection such as email, internet link, installed by other malware, etc. Thanks for the reply.
  3. I am interested in your program, however, I have searched both the installed software and your website and cannot find a detailed page where I can find more information about the malware that was detected on a scanned system. I would like to know how the system got infected, manual removal instructions, and other pertinent information about the infection. If I am missing something, please let me know where to find this information. It makes it easier to educate people on not repeating their actions and having to have the system cleaned again. Thanks a bunch!
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