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Wednesday, January 6, 2010


What is Scareware?  From the ZdNet blog  “Basically, scareware, also known as rogueware or put in simple terms, fake security software, is a legitimately looking application that is delivered to the end user through illegal traffic acquisition tactics starting from compromised web sites.” 

The ultimate guide to scareware protection posted by Dancho Danchev at ZdNet is a must read.  It is dismaying to discover how well organized the malware folks are and how determined they are to separate you and your money.   Read the article, it is long but it is worth reading.   The following is a list of real malware cleaners provided by Dancho Danchev at ZdNet.   

Legitimate online malware scanners offered for free by their vendors include, but are not limited to:

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