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    New Bank Spoofing Detection Tool

    This PC World article provides a link to a new free Anti-Spoofing tool.
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    If it finds anything does it remove it also?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Banyarola View Post
    If it finds anything does it remove it also?
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    Apparently not.
    The tool works by scanning the memory of each running process, looking for telltale signs of these malwares. If any signs are detected, the tool will report the malware name and the affected process name.
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    Well then, the question is if it finds anything how do you remove the infection?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Banyarola View Post
    Well then, the question is if it finds anything how do you remove the infection?
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    I'd probably start using AV products that don't require a windows install like SuperAntiSpyware portable, or other portable programs, or the Microsoft StandAlone System Sweeper. Maybe the major vendor's online scanners.
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    That makes sense.
    I haven't run it yet but will soon and see if it finds anything.
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