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New Video! Kaspersky 2011 Rescue Disk Vs. Malware

I finally got off my lazy game playing butt and got back to making some videos.  This video starts the Kaspersky Internet Security 2011 review and tests.

In this video you will see how the KIS/KAV install disc can double as a bootable anti-virus disc that can detect, remove and disinfect any kind of malware.  Check it out!

Kaspersky Internet Security 2011

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Configuring Sandboxie To Delete Sandbox Contents Automatically

In my last post I briefly went over how I use Sandboxie and how I encourage my family and clients to actually use it.  In this post I’m going to show you how to configure Sandboxie so that it’ll automatically delete anything that gets downloaded into the Sandbox (like some fake (rogue) anti-virus for example).

  1. Open Sandboxie Control (under program files)
  2. Right Click Sandbox DefaultBox and click Sandbox Settings
  3. Click Delete
  4. Click Invocation
  5. Click the first checkbox
  6. Click Apply
  7. Click OK

Now, when you browse the internet via Sandboxie EVERTHING that gets downloaded without your consent (rogue anti-virus) automatically gets deleted when you close Sandboxie.

Simple. Safe. Free.  🙂

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Another Reason to Hate Trend Micro…

Tonight, one of my new clients asked me to clean up a rogue anti-virus app and install his new anti-virus, Trend Micro Titanium (…whatever that means).  I popped the disc in, clicked install and bam!

Check out the screen shot below (click to enlarge):Trend-Micro-Titanium

Are you F’n kidd’in me?  Trend Micro is NOT compatible with an On-Demand scanner (the free version of MalwareBytes is not real-time)?  Personally, if it were me, I’d cancel this install and buy a full copy of MalwareBytes (which includes really good real-time protection).

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