Friday, August 22, 2008


Who am I to recommend an anti-malware program, right?

In most cases when a bug gets through, I (and surely you) have to endure the nightmare of safe-moding, registry editing/deleting/rewording, re-scanning, ad infinitum irritatum, before we get back our beloved status quo.

That's the good news. For less lucky folks, it's a trip to the repair shop and maybe a full-blown notebook-formatting gig (and we all know how pleasant that experience is, don't we?)

A couple of days ago, I got hit again (after almost a year of bug-free Web surfing). This program, SmitFraudFix, fixed it in a jippy.

Download, install, run, choose 'Clean' - done.

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