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    For years if you have wanted to clean a PC that’s heavily infected with malware there were precious few, if any, tools you could actually boot your computer from to perform the cleanup. Now Microsoft are jumping in with a new beta product called Standalone System Sweeper.

    The tool, which is based on Microsoft Security Essentials, claims to be able to remove rootkits, malware and viruses effectively, though the company stress it’s not a replacement for a full anti-virus package.
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    Interesting ...

    If thing thing works it will save me lots of time sorting other peoples PC's ...

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    K.T.:

    I would not trust anything from Microsoft when it comes to virus/ malware removal. But a discussion on why Windows is evil is not the point of this thread.

    For any that are looking for a much better way of cleaning out a system, try Hiren's Boot CD. More than just a bootable virus cleaner, Hiren's has pretty much any tools you need to fix almost any PC problem. Some of the tools work in the Linux environment as well. I can't honestly count how many people's PC's I've saved thanks to my Hiren's USB stick.
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    Jeremy, how can you give a opinion about this program when you haven't even tried it yet lol

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    Because its made by Microsoft.

    And because I tested Microsoft Security Essentials, and did not care for it in the least.

    Also looked at comparisons between M$'s product and other free software from here:
    http://www.av-comparatives.org/en/comparativesreviews

    Which does independent testing of AV software. I will continue to use my AV of choice, just as I am sure other will do the same.

    However, the utility of Hiren's is that it works for a multitude of uses, other than just a simple AV scan, and contains software for both Linux and Windows. Well over 100 pieces of software to fix pretty much anything that you can think of. Microsoft new product seems rather limited in comparison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shattered.likeness View Post
    Because its made by Microsoft.

    And because I tested Microsoft Security Essentials, and did not care for it in the least.

    Also looked at comparisons between M$'s product and other free software from here:
    http://www.av-comparatives.org/en/comparativesreviews

    Which does independent testing of AV software. I will continue to use my AV of choice, just as I am sure other will do the same.

    However, the utility of Hiren's is that it works for a multitude of uses, other than just a simple AV scan, and contains software for both Linux and Windows. Well over 100 pieces of software to fix pretty much anything that you can think of. Microsoft new product seems rather limited in comparison.

    Just my 2 cents.
    No offence intended Jeremy, but anyone who needs "Well over 100 pieces of software to fix pretty much anything that you can think of" should not be operating a computer much less fixing them...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shattered.likeness View Post
    Because its made by Microsoft.

    And because I tested Microsoft Security Essentials, and did not care for it in the least.

    Also looked at comparisons between M$'s product and other free software from here:
    http://www.av-comparatives.org/en/comparativesreviews

    Which does independent testing of AV software. I will continue to use my AV of choice, just as I am sure other will do the same.

    However, the utility of Hiren's is that it works for a multitude of uses, other than just a simple AV scan, and contains software for both Linux and Windows. Well over 100 pieces of software to fix pretty much anything that you can think of. Microsoft new product seems rather limited in comparison.

    Just my 2 cents.
    And what AV of choice might that be?

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    All my years running computers and I have never had a virus, root kit, or back doors. If you practice safe computing , keep a good anti virus and spyware program up to date and active, and have a great firewall your damn close to being 100% safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4hams View Post
    No offence intended Jeremy, but anyone who needs "Well over 100 pieces of software to fix pretty much anything that you can think of" should not be operating a computer much less fixing them...

    No offense taken.

    However, before you said that, did you happen to look up Hiren's Boot CD (link) to see what it contains? Not only are there tools to remove malware from a computer, but also tools for:

    • Backup
    • Data recovery
    • HDD formatting
    • HDD secure erasers
    • password recovery ( ever worked on someone's PC that forgot to give you their password, and you can't get ahold of them for a few days?)
    • partitioning
    • network password recovery
    • network IP scanning
    • BIOS / CMOS flashing, modifying and password cracking
    • System information (CPU-Z, GPU-Z, HDD temps, BSOD minidump scanners, etc)

    So, in the IT world, instead of having to load these pieces of software onto a malware infestered or otherwise compromised/ "broken" system, you can use this to boot the computer out of windows environment, and fix the issues without having having to worry about something interfering with what you are trying to fix.

    @ Vinman:
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    And what AV of choice might that be?
    Currently, I am running the latest version of Avast on Windows 7 in a virtual machine, which is running on Ubuntu 10.10. I only moved files that have been thoroughly scanned and tested to my data storage drives. My Windows installation does not even have access to any of my sensitive data.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    All my years running computers and I have never had a virus, root kit, or back doors. If you practice safe computing , keep a good anti virus and spyware program up to date and active, and have a great firewall your damn close to being 100% safe.
    you took the words right out of my mouth,

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    Trust is not an issue ... if it works that all that matters.
    I know about Hirens boot CD and have used it in the past.
    I use ESET smart security on my desktop and Laptop.
    As Stan says .. I have never had a Problem with a PC regarding Virus's / Trojans/ malware etc .. except once when my daughter downloaded what she thought was an MP3 and clicked it it but it was an EXE file. The PC was covered in Malware / Adaware in seconds . Luckily I use Arconis True Image and I was able to restore a backed up image within minutes. I keep all my data files off the main OS drive.
    I use Microsoft security essentials on my Netbook for the last 6 months and I have never had a problem yet. I have spare licences for ESET Smart security but I don't feel the need to install it on my Nebook, MSE is doing great.

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    Here is the download link folks

    http://connect.microsoft.com/systemsweeper

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    Quote Originally Posted by smduff View Post
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    I just ran this Beta on an Infected laptop and the software removed 13 different types of Malware / Trojans including a Keylogger.

    Thumbs up from me !! ..

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