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About Lasse88

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  1. It worked, i don't get the message anymore. Btw i have read the file is from your adblocker, but i have never had your adblocker installed on this computer.
  2. I keep getting this message every time in my windows logfiles everytime i start my computer. I have tried uninstalling SAS several times and used the uninstaller you link to also, i don't know if it's different in anyway. I used this tool to comodo and it says the file SABKUTIL.sys is missing, can i safely just delete the entry? I also noticed the tool also said Winsock.sys is missing, is that something i should be worried about?
  3. Can anyone explain what Rescue Scan does?
  4. Do you have a screen-shot or something??? and can you describe how you get those messages if you can reproduce them? I have used SAS PRO and CIS for some years now, and i have never got those messages. The only thing that comes close to your messages, is the same thing that siliconman01 did link to, but those are not popups/warnings.
  5. As far i know they should run well together. But you should try the free trial before buying.
  6. I know, i also posted on COMODO's forum last time. And it was the exactly the same files as last time, that comodo did detect.
  7. Comodo say they have fixed it now..
  8. I just want to tell you that COMODO detecs SAS as a virus again when updating.
  9. I would also like to know why
  10. If i remember right, i heard 1 year ago or so, that you would combine both the adblocker and SAS into one, when will that one be ready?
  11. I think you should Those SAS, or MBAM (Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware). They are currently the best 2 AntiSpyware products in my opinion.
  12. I don't hope that "security guru" is responsible for the security, or else he/she have been living under a rock. But that also explains why they got infected in the first place.
  13. Joanna Rutkowska and Loic Duflot claim this is the scariest, stealthiest, and most dangerous rootkit ever. It installs and hides in the SMM space, which is off limits to any OS, thus making it impervious to security measures. http://www.fudzilla.com/index.php?optio ... 3&Itemid=1 http://www.networkworld.com/community/node/39825?t51hb
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