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    An interesting 1 hour 12 minute video presentation by Mark Russinovich - Advanced Malware Cleaning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeP View Post
    An interesting 1 hour 12 minute video presentation by Mark Russinovich - Advanced Malware Cleaning.
    Not surprisingly it requires Silverlight...
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    Hi all :

    Although Mark Russinovich is One of the Pioneers when it comes to
    malware cleaning, I was unable to view his Presentation because I
    refuse to put Silverlight on my computer . However, since "Advanced
    Malware Removal" is a highly specialized "occupation" best left to
    those trained, experienced, CERTIFIED , Volunteer "Malware
    Removal Specialists" who are Members of either the Alliance of
    Security Analysis Professionals ( "A.S.A.P. ) or the newer
    Unified Network of Instructors and Trusted Eliminators ( U.N.I.T.E. ).
    As malware "changes", they are contantly developing new tools
    to combat it .

    For info on these Professionals, go to
    http://www.uniteagainstmalware.com .
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    Just curious - why do you refuse to install Silverlight?

    Do you also refuse to install Flash?

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    I refuse to install Silverlight because I don't want to encourage them, but I know it's really a pyrrhic victory.

    cheers, Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by P T View Post
    I refuse to install Silverlight because I don't want to encourage them, but I know it's really a pyrrhic victory.

    cheers, Paul
    And don't forget about those Silverlight "super cookies". The only sure-fire way to get rid of them seems to be to install a commercial Silverlight cookie-cleaner from Maxa. I really do not enjoy paying other companies to clean up Microsoft's messes!

    I am at my local Public Library, and if it weren't for the length of the video, I could watch it here, without the privacy risks of Silverlight cookies on my own computer. Maybe you have a nearby library or community center with public computers, and you could view the video from there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeP View Post
    An interesting 1 hour 12 minute video presentation by Mark Russinovich - Advanced Malware Cleaning.

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    Thanks for the info. I'll have to check it out next time I'm in the 32 bit brouser.


    Fantastic little presentation. Too bad it's in silverlight. I can't seem to save it
    and it's definitely worth saving.
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