From: Nozza on
When I used to subscribe to PCW Magazine they would occasionally do a
trial with PCTool Spyware Doctor which actually worked.

Was at a friends trying to work out why their internet wouldn't
connect to various sites (such as google) and reckoned he might have
got some malware.

So I downloaded PCTools spyware doctor. This found the malware, but in
order to remove it, required a subscription.

Could someone point me to where a trial of spyware doctor can be
grabbed that will remove the malware? Only need to use it the once :)

Thanks

Noz
From: DubDriver on
"Nozza" <nozza_again_gns(a)yahoo.co.uk> wrote in message
news:aoe6s59pl988ef4sa7prbsb1d9c05vd1l6(a)4ax.com...
> When I used to subscribe to PCW Magazine they would occasionally do a
> trial with PCTool Spyware Doctor which actually worked.
>
> Was at a friends trying to work out why their internet wouldn't
> connect to various sites (such as google) and reckoned he might have
> got some malware.
>
> So I downloaded PCTools spyware doctor. This found the malware, but in
> order to remove it, required a subscription.
>
> Could someone point me to where a trial of spyware doctor can be
> grabbed that will remove the malware? Only need to use it the once :)

In case you don't fine trial PCTools spyware doctor, you may like to give
this a try http://www.malwarebytes.org/ in the meantime

From: Nozza on
In article <zJOwn.32384$Ww.13060(a)news.usenetserver.com>, DubDriver
said...

>"Nozza" <nozza_again_gns(a)yahoo.co.uk> wrote in message
>news:aoe6s59pl988ef4sa7prbsb1d9c05vd1l6(a)4ax.com...
>> When I used to subscribe to PCW Magazine they would occasionally do a
>> trial with PCTool Spyware Doctor which actually worked.
>>
>> Was at a friends trying to work out why their internet wouldn't
>> connect to various sites (such as google) and reckoned he might have
>> got some malware.
>>
>> So I downloaded PCTools spyware doctor. This found the malware, but in
>> order to remove it, required a subscription.
>>
>> Could someone point me to where a trial of spyware doctor can be
>> grabbed that will remove the malware? Only need to use it the once :)
>
>In case you don't fine trial PCTools spyware doctor, you may like to give
>this a try http://www.malwarebytes.org/ in the meantime

Thanks for that - I will give it a go!

Noz
From: nut on
Nozza wrote:
> In article <zJOwn.32384$Ww.13060(a)news.usenetserver.com>, DubDriver
> said...

>> In case you don't fine trial PCTools spyware doctor, you may like to
>> give this a try http://www.malwarebytes.org/ in the meantime
>
> Thanks for that - I will give it a go!

Some other good, free malware cleaners to check out...

http://www.superantispyware.com/

http://www.lavasoft.com/products/ad_aware_free.php

http://www.safer-networking.org/en/spybotsd/index.html



From: mogga on
On Mon, 12 Apr 2010 16:27:21 +0100, Nozza
<nozza_again_gns(a)yahoo.co.uk> wrote:

>When I used to subscribe to PCW Magazine they would occasionally do a
>trial with PCTool Spyware Doctor which actually worked.
>
>Was at a friends trying to work out why their internet wouldn't
>connect to various sites (such as google) and reckoned he might have
>got some malware.
>
>So I downloaded PCTools spyware doctor. This found the malware, but in
>order to remove it, required a subscription.
>
>Could someone point me to where a trial of spyware doctor can be
>grabbed that will remove the malware? Only need to use it the once :)
>
>Thanks
>
>Noz


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