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From panda software, this online scanner took under 1 minute to scan my computer.

 

Just tried it. Very quick as you say. So quick I`m wondering how effective it is.

 

Be interesting to see the result of Xanatos trial on his mates infested pc.

 

Regards

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Thanks for the link Hazelnut :)

 

may be difficult with avira antivir

Antivir is indeed getting quite annoying when running Nanoscan.

 

Just tried it. Very quick as you say. So quick I`m wondering how effective it is.

They also offer ActiveScan 2.0 which appears to be more thorough

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will post his results when i see him this weekend,shud be interesting.

i started fixing his pc last week,was so horribly infested with viruses,trojans,spyware,malware,was giving me a headache just thinking bout fixing it

 

gonna run this scan myself now

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Pretty neat little scanner.

Their other scanner is also really fast and will remove stuff that it finds.(well really bad stuff like trojans. I don't think it removes spyware).

I want to say that the last time I tried active scan it was done in under 10 minutes...

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Fast and simple. Scan ONLY took 28sec. ^_^ Didn't try the ActiveScan 2.0 though because I know my computer isn't infected.

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Just read the EULA for ActiveScan 2.0, more than a month after I ran it. :huh: Interesting cut and paste from near the end:

 

"11.- GENERAL- The user authorizes Panda Software personnel to visit him/her in order to verify that the conditions of this license are met.

 

The user knows and accepts that Panda Software may take legal proceedings should the user not adhere . . ."

 

No kidding, its in there. Wonder if they'll call first? :D

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Does that mean that they are collecting personally identifiable information on you..... :mellow:

Wonder if they send their reps overseas, It would definatly be worth taking photos of that occasion, A company company sending their rep over, we should all await the call/knock. :lol:

Very interesting observation login123.

 

 

rridgely (below) Posted Today, 11:29 AM

Just tell them you have a really big dog and they wont come.

:lol:

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Does that mean that they are collecting personally identifiable information on you

Nah, it means they're sending the two biggest eaters from Panda Software to your house at supper time! :lol:

 

Start cooking! :P

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i was watching some documentary about pandas a while back, cant remember exactly but their digestive system is so messed up that they poo out these rather disgusting green bricks.

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i was watching some documentary about pandas a while back, cant remember exactly but their digestive system is so messed up that they poo out these rather disgusting green bricks.

 

Thanks for sharing. :huh:

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Does that mean that they are collecting personally identifiable information on you.....

:lol:

 

They'll get nothing from me but name, rank, and service number. :angry:

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