Hacking: Diagnosis and Prevention
Download and install a freeware version of (a) squared
then click the Scan button
to check your computer for nasties. Of the anti-Trojan apps mentioned, Trojan Hunter and (a) squared are probably the easiest to use, while TDS-3 probably has the largest anti-Trojan database available to any program. It's interface and complexity will be intimidating to new users, but I can highly recommend it for experts who want complete control over Trojans and malware.
If you require more info on other net nasties and how to prevent them, you can read my guide "Removing Browser Hijacks, virus's and spyware with an 'Hijack this' inclusion". PV5150
Well I hope this has given you a little more knowledge, if anything. First and foremost this guide was created to make you - the user aware, and not end up a victim.
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