We seem to be having good results with a limited deployment of NOD32 (v4) and for systems that get really mucked up we usually run a combination of ComboFix and MalwareBytes. If those two don't get it, we just re-image the machine.
Information Technology Center
College of Veterinary Medicine
Michigan State University
>>> "Charlot, Firmin" <[log in to unmask]> 8/4/2009 3:29 PM >>>
We have been using VIPRE for a few years and I must say that we have
been really happy with it.
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Subject: Re: [MSUNAG] Depressing news
I've found the one-two punch of VIPRE and MalwareBytes to work pretty
well for me.
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Date: Tue, 4 Aug 2009 14:27:39 -0400
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Subject: [MSUNAG] Depressing news
I just found out that the computer store no longer has the physical
copies of Webroot's anti-spyware/virus for sale. They are looking at
departmental stuff, if I got that right. Instead you can get copies
of Mcafee and Symantec. Ugh.
NOD32 has been failing me for a while now, and I've spent (wasted)
more time dealing with protection software. Webroot is pretty much
the winner, with Sophos and Kaspersky being good too.