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The Y2K 'Bug' ... WAS It Real?! LOL!
*AVG Anti-virus (Free)
*COMODO Firewall Pro
*Spyware Terminator
*Spybot Search & Destroy
*Spyware Guard
*Spyware Blaster
*Windows Defender
*AOL Active Security Monitor
(Free - Doesn't Require Using AOL)
CCleaner - Freeware Windows Optimization
*Defraggler - Defragment your files!
*PC Pitstop OverDrive (Free)
*Microsoft PowerToys for Windows XP
(Free Tools, Like Tweak UI, Virtual Desktop Manager & More!)
(FREE) IEPlus is the perfect add-on for Microsoft Internet Explorer, a LOT more convenient than plain IE, making surfing more comfortable, (using only minimum resource requirements). Besides that, you can use the My Home, My Page feature, to customize your personal home page, managing your favorite Websites & RSS feeds. Best of all, (besides the fact that it's FREE) It'll recover your lost stack of 'tabbed' webpages that you had, before IE crashed! A Very Cool Prog ... I'm Glad I Have it installed on ALL of MY PCs.
*Firefox Web Browser: (A faster, more secure, and fully customizable way to surf the web.)
*Opera Web Browser:
(The coolest, fastest, (more secure?) Web browser available.)
*Phaseout Web Browser:
(Love This Browser with advanced tools and outstanding skin graphics.)
A Cool freeware desktop utility prog, that uses MicroSoft Agents. Animated cartoon characters deliver news headlines, local weather, time of day, Chat & More!
*Weather Watcher
A Free customizable desktop weather station, that displays my neighborhood weather conditions in real-time, in my systray, as reported by The Weather Channel. (Grab it HERE!)
*Iconoid - Hide and show desktop icons, make transparent backgrounds
(Nuff Said ...)
*Gadwin Screen Capture & Print Screen software
(Screenshot Tool)
*Free Ram XP Pro (YourWare Solutions): Automatic, real-time memory monitoring and optimization tool that resides in my systray ... Optimizes my RAM, without sacrificing performance.
*Screen Saver Control:
Utility that manages my screensavers and monitor power off, etc. (From AMPsoft)
*WinZip® - The Zip File Utility for Windows - Zip/Unzip, Encrypt/Decrypt
*Digg (BigSpy) SCREENSAVER ->
I Have LOTs of Screensavers, But I MUST Say, This Is One of MY Personal Favorites!
Click HERE, To Try It FREE For 15 Days! 
Free Clipart
Other Cool, (FREE) Useful Programs ...
*Capzles (Free - Upload your photos, for flash presentations, etc.)
*Zamzar - Free online file conversion
(Nuff Said ...)
*bug.gd - Humanity's Only Hope
(Free Help For Those D@#N Error Messages!)
*AppSnap - Get Your Apps In A Snap
(Free - Detects latest installed versions of supported apps on your PC & More.)
*Soundsnap.com: Find & Share, Free Sound Effects and Loops

WinMatrix.com - Windows Desktop Customization Community.

RealWorld Cursor Editor - Animated Cursor Maker

(Free - A smoothly animated, alpha blended app launcher.)
(Free - Full Featured Atomic Talking Clock, That Replaces The Boring One In Your Systray.)
iTunes Sync: Binary Fortress Software
(Free - Sync Your MP3 Player With iTunes!)
ILLEGAL OPERATIONS?! The first thing you'll need in order to fix "Illegal Operations," (AKA; General Protection Faults, or GPFs) is to know what the heck they are, Right? All of us Windows veterans have seen this error message popup on occasion; "This program has performed an illegal operation and will be shut down." I'll never forget the first time I saw that on MY Win 98 machine ... I thought the guys with the sunglasses and wires hanging out their ears would be at my door at any minute, Bummer right? We've ALL gone through this at one time or another. XP users don't experience this type of message ... No, we get a more polite version; "Windows Explorer has encountered a problem and must now close, we are sorry for any inconvenience." Though rare for XP users, the reasons are basically the same for all versions of Microsoft Operating Systems. These are the GPFs or General Protection errors, (Program Error Messages are the same as GPFs). Nine times out of ten, you'll need to reboot your puter ... Sometimes at the tower, (yikes)! If you're running Windows 95, 98, ME, 2K or XP, (No-one's exempt) then you should visit this informative website, to glean the knowledge necessary on how to deal with such problems. NOTE: Mostly a shareware site. However, there's some pretty cool Freeware available there as well.

Click HERE, To E-mail Mercenary Computers!
LOOK!PC Pitstop  

The Vista Blues
The PC Pitstop “Tachometers” Put Vista OS Related Complaints To Music!

Microsoft Malware Protection Center - Malware Threat Research and Response Information Portal 

Security Now! FREE Computer Security Podcasts 
GRC's Steve Gibson and TechTV's Leo Laporte, take 30 to 90 minutes near the end of each week,
to discuss important issues of personal computer security. Sometimes they'll discuss something that just happened.
Sometimes they'll talk about long-standing problems, concerns, or solutions.
Either way, every week they endeavor to produce something interesting and important for every PC user!

Click HERE, To Try It FREE For 15 Days! 


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LOOK!FIX Your IE Browser - For Free!
Windows Club Is Pleased To Release The (FREE) “Fix IE” Utility, (v 1.0). 
freeware portable utility, re-registers all the concerned dll & ocx files, 
required for the smooth operation of
Internet Explorer 7, 8 & 9.
Fix IE Utility 
Simply Extract The Contents of The .zip File, Then Run The Utility!      

If you face any problems while running IE, 
(perhaps after recovering from a 'malware' attack) 
and if you find the
Reset Internet Explorer feature doesn't help you, 

Run this tool, to 're-register' around 89 dll & ocx files, 
which are required for the smooth running of Internet Explorer.

Fix IE Utility has been tested on IE 7, IE 8 and IE 9, on Windows Vista & Windows 7.  
LOOK!NOTE: Before running “Fix IE” utility, make sure that all your Internet Explorer windows are closed.
LOOK!Download The .Zip File HERE!LOOK! 
(Fix IE Utility was developed by Raghu Boddu for Windows Club.)

A Tiny Tutorial, On This Handy-dandy Utility ...
(“Britec” A Great YouTube Source, For Tech Tips - Reviews & How-To!)


 Click HERE, To Try It FREE For 15 Days! 

LOOK!FREE FIREWALLs For Your Home Computer!LOOK!
A 'Firewall' Is One of The Crucial Factors In Your Computing Security!

 LOOK!ZONE ALARMPC Security IS Important!(Zone Labs) A tour DE force of FIREWALL software! There's two versions of this software ... one that's free, and one that's not. The FREE program keeps "Black & Gray-hat" hacker types from accessing your Personal Confuser! Before you download the software, they recommend that you perform a free scan, that instantly will find spyware, keyloggers, cookies, Adware, browser help objects and other pests, at no cost to you ... Then get the option to remove spyware and download ZoneAlarm after the scan is complete. If I were you, and I were running a broadband (DSL or Cable) connection? I'd buy the "PRO" version... (but that's just me.) NOTE: They (Zone Labs) have this odd habit, of making it difficult to locate the free version link ...
Here's the current one, (For Now - LOL) {=0 )>) http://www.zonealarm.com/security/en-us/zonealarm-pc-security-free-firewall.htm

LOOK!COMODOPC Security IS Important!(Comodo™ Free Firewall Software Download)
This free firewall received top ratings for stopping unwanted outbound connections. (It's Running on MY Puter, Right Now!)
ZoneAlarm (free) may be extremely popular, but that doesn't necessarily mean that it's the best free firewall you can find on the net. Many people, (myself included) believe that Comodo Firewall Pro takes that prize, largely because it was rated as the top firewall by the independent testing site
Matousec. Matousec found that it offered the highest level of "anti-leak" protection -- in essence, a measurement of a firewall's effectiveness. Again,
There's two versions of this software ... one that's free, and one that's not. Comodo offers true two-way firewall protection, is extremely configurable, and unlike most other firewalls, gives you a great view into your system and Internet connection as well ... 

PC Security IS Important! Other FREE Firewalls:
* Pc Tools Firewall Plus: http://www.pctools.com/firewall/
* Microsoft: How To Use & Status of Your Windows Firewall, http://www.microsoft.com/security/firewalls/using.aspx

* From Gibson Research Corp. - Shields UP! https://www.grc.com/x/ne.dll?bh0bkyd2
* See Also; MORE Cool FREEware From GRC! 

LOOK!Anti-Virus Software!LOOK!
AVG Anti-Virus Software
LOOK!AVG Anti-virus Protection From GrisoftPC Security IS Important!
(For Windows 95/98/98SE/ME/XP/Vista/Widows 7)
How AVG's Internet Security (Paid for version) Protects Your PC:
AVG Internet Security Gives You a FULL YEAR of PROTECTION,
(Including Updates and Support)
ALL For $54.99

Get It HERE! 
(Scroll Down, For FREE AVG Anti-Virus)

Viruses & Spyware:
Protects you from everyday threats -- viruses & spyware.
Efficient automated protection & Low use of system resources, while keeping your PC fully protected.

Hacker Attacks:

AVG’s advanced firewall protects you from Hacker attacks.
Intrusion attempts are blocked immediately & ALL unauthorized access to your PC is denied.

Malicious Websites:

Unique LinkScanner® technology blocks sneaky 'drive-by' downloads & ensures safety, every click.

Infected Downloads:

Transferring and swapping files over the net is a common method of infection.
AVG's Web Shield prevents you from downloading infected files, or exchanging infected files over IM.

E-mail Scams & Phishing:

AVG uses multiple methods to analyze incoming e-mail messages
to confirm their validity and remove scams and other unwanted e-mail.

Go HERE, To Download AVG's FULL Internet Security Program, (Paid For Version)
For Easy “Set-&-Forget” Protection, Against Web-Borne Threats!

LOOK!FREE Anti-Virus Software!PC Security IS Important!

PC Security IS Important!NOTE: If You’re Happy To Continue Manually Monitoring Your Online Security and You've Created Your Own “Layered Security” Approach, (Like I HaveGo HERE, To Add AVG FREE To Your Security Mix ...

LOOK!A Cool FREE Tool, For Repairing Seriously Infected PCs
AVG Rescue CD: A Powerful Toolset, For Rescue & Repair of Infected Machines.
(For Windows XP, Vista and 7)
  Every PC user has to deal with malware at some point. Quality security programs are the first line of defense. And they can block or remove nearly any infection. But no system is perfect. Occasionally, a really bad piece of malware comes along. It could wreak serious havoc. If it's bad enough, even starting the computer might be impossible. If you can't start your computer, how do you fix it? Most people will never run into something like this ... But It DOES Happen! Fixing it requires a different kind of tool. That's what 'AVG Rescue CD' is for. It contains various antivirus and anti-spyware tools. You can burn it to a CD. Or you can install it on a thumb drive. Then, instead of booting into Windows, you boot from your CD or thumb drive. The anti-malware tools can be used to recover your system. You can clean out everything, and then get back to Windows. (NOTE: This is NOT a program you run from within Windows ... It must be burned to a CD, or installed on a USB drive. You can then boot your computer into the program. For detailed instructions on how to use it, visit this AVG page.)
You can download the AVG Rescue CD from the download section for free. There are two files you can download - ISO file and RAR/ZIP archive. The ISO image can be used to burn a CD or DVD. The archive can be extracted on USB drive.
                                                                                                         Viruses, Bugs, Trojans and Worms - Oh My
PC Security IS Important!FREE Anti-virus Software:
* BitDefender10: http://www.bitdefend....-Products.html
* Avast: http://www.avast.com/free-antivirus-download-d
* AVG: http://free.avg.com/us-en/download-avg-anti-virus-free (As Mentioned Above)
* Avira AntiVir:

* PcTools Anti-virus: http://www.pctools.com/free-antivirus/
* ClamWin: http://www.clamwin.com/content/view/18/46/ (or) http://www.clamwin.com/
* Comodo, (Firewall & Antivirus!): http://personalfirewall.comodo.com/free-download.html
~ Ccleaner ~
(Click HERE, To Discover All The Cool Stuff This FREE Utility Is Capable of!)
The BEST (FREE) PC Optimization Tool I've EVER Used -- PERIOD!

This is a system cleaner that removes unused and temporary files from your system.
It has a fully featured registry cleaner that uses advanced algorithms to check the Registry
for problems and inconsistencies, then allows you to do a backup before you repair your Registry.
CCleaner will make Windows run faster, more efficiently, while giving you back lost Hard Disk space.
This Program Contains NO Spyware or, Adware!
The best part is, that it's Small, Fast & FREE! (You Can Thank Me Later ...)
Ccleaner Comes To You In Three Flavors:
*Standard Build - With Yahoo Toolbar  (1,459KB)  Download now!

*Basic - No Toolbar  (595KB)  Download now!

*Slim - No Toolbar - English Only  (440KB)  Download now!


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PC Security IS Important! FREE Online Security Checks:
* PANDA Security: http://www.pandasecurity.com/activescan/index
  FREE Rootkit Prevention Software:

* 5 Star Support 
Need help with your puter? This popular site offers free computer technical support and advice. Here, you'll also find computer tips, tricks, tutorials, free downloads, and more.

This site offers a treasure trove of free learning resources for Microsoft, Cisco, CompTIA and CIW certifications. The content here includes study guides, online practice exams, forums, news and more. MC MCSE also features a good roundup of other free certification sites.

* MCSE Directory 
If you're studying for the MCSE (Microsoft Certification Exam), then this new directory is a must-visit. Here, you'll find a comprehensive roundup of free MCSE resources on the Web, including practice tests, study guides, free books and brain dumps (sites that offer free online training).

* Tech Tutorials 
This site offers the biggest roundup we've seen yet of free tutorials, aimed at computer and networking professional. There are many topics here, including applications, DOS, databases, Linux, Macs, OS2, Windows and more.

* Free Computer Tutorials 
This site offers free online computer tutorials that cover Microsoft Office, Site Build It (SBI) and other major Windows applications. The courses here are available in four proficiency levels: basic, intermediate, advanced and expert.

* PC Pitstop 
Are you looking to get your computer in tip-top shape? This marvelous free online resource lets you easily test and diagnose your computer, hard drive, Net connection, and more! PC Pitstop can check your computer for viruses and it also offers tips for improving your PC's performance.

* Task List Programs 
Have you ever been baffled by the various (often-cryptic) task list programs running on your PC? This handy free reference describes hundreds of task list programs and includes detailed explanations of each program and what its purpose is.

* Suggest a Fix 
Looking for free tech support? This popular, well-organized site offers support on many topics, from Windows to computer hardware issues. The technologically savvy volunteers who staff the forums here can answer your questions in plain English.

* Protonic.com
Having you having technical support problems with your computer? This handy free service, which is staffed by a community of over 1,110 volunteers, aims to help users with any tech problems they might have, from error messages to HTML help.

Since a lot of folks seem to be experiencing the dreaded 'BSOD,' (as of late) I thought I'd address the issue ...


~ How To Fix Your “Crashing” Computer ~
  We've come to accept it as a fact of modern life: a computer WILL eventually CRASH ... PCs crash for a variety of reasons, from faulty drivers to conflicting software, from memory problems, to dust-bunnys clogging up the machine. Try as we might to avoid a crash, sometimes it's just as important to know what to do, after the crash occurs.
Crashes come in all shapes and sizes. There's the freeze, of course, where everything just stops. And then there's everyone's favorite, the infamous “Blue Screen of Death,” (or “BSOD”) where the screen goes blue and displays all sorts of mysterious instructions. Once you see that ... You Just KNOW You're Screwed.

  The first and most obvious response to a system crash, is to restart your computer. If your machine manages to reboot successfully, that's a positive sign. However, the crash may have left behind errors within the PC's registry.

  The registry provides directions for every program on a Windows computer, telling your PC what to do next. If there's an error in your registry, your computer might not know what to do. It's probably not a great idea to try fixing the registry on your own. There is software out there, that can do this for you ... Do a search for a free registry cleaner ... Personally, I use
Ccleaner, by Piriform -- This tool dumps all of those 'pesky' temp files, while cleaning your system and registry, (You can find tutorials for this cool utility, HERE and on YouTube HERE - 7min-33sec).

  If your computer won't restart, your next move is to try rebooting your machine in Safe Mode. Sometimes faulty drivers are the root cause of a crash -- rebooting the computer in Safe Mode disables most of those drivers, in the hopes of getting the machine restarted, and perhaps recovering any lost data.

  To reboot in Safe Mode, rapidly continue to press the F8 key while restarting -- the Windows Advanced Options menu appears, providing choices in the Boot menu. Newer versions of Windows provide several Safe Mode options to choose from -- use the arrow keys (not your mouse) to make a selection, and press Enter.

  Bear in mind that when the computer restarts in Safe Mode, it will look, feel and function differently than you're used to -- for example, it will display using fewer colors in a smaller screen resolution, and certain components won't work, because the system is started in such a way, that only the programs needed for the system to function for diagnosic purposes are loaded. In other words, you won't want to use the computer in Safe Mode for very long. Once you've successfully restarted in Safe Mode, work quickly to restore and back up any lost data, make any changes to your system setup and then reboot again normally.

'Event Viewer' Applet While in Safe Mode, you can attempt to determine the cause of the crash to either disable or uninstall the culprit and avoid future trouble. Windows keeps track of the programs you're using in the Event Viewer -- this is a good place to look for the cause of a crash. Click Start, go to the Control Panel, and click on Administrative Tools. From there, double-click on the Event Viewer and choose the System section. Error symbols will be marked with a red exclamation point, suggesting which program(s) may have caused the crash.

'Device Manager' Applet Another guilty party, could be the drivers that tell your computer's devices how to operate. To check your drivers for errors, click Start and then Control Panel. Click System and then the Hardware Tab. Select the Device Manager to bring up a full list of your drivers; right-click on any one and select Properties. Errors will appear with a yellow "X" or an exclamation point, helping identify the cause of the crash.

  If crashes continue to occur, your computer may have problems that require more than a “do-it-yourself” diagnosis and repair. In that case, I Recommend
Contacting Me, and tell me what the “STOP ERROR” located towards the bottom of the “BSOD” Screen Looks Like, (For Example) Look For an Error Message similar to the one below:
   STOP: 0x0000008E (0xC0000005, 0x804E5094, 0xAA09108AC, 0x00000000)   ...
Write in down, (carefully) then contact me, and I'll do what I can to help you out, OK?
          Speed Up Your Puter! Easy Steps To Improve YOUR PC's Performance! Speed It Up!
Unless your computer is fresh out of the box, it's probably not running as fast as it used to. Our PCs fill up with all sorts of good stuff -- documents, music, videos, programs, games, downloads -- and bad stuff like viruses and spyware, as well. Over time they CAN get 'bogged down.' Much like oil changes for your car, a little periodic 'preventive' maintenance can actually help extend your computer's lifespan. And in this tight economy, it's smart to take a few simple easy steps, to help keep your PC running like new, (instead of going out, and having to buy a new one).

  I've collected a series of tips and tricks to help your computer run more smoothly and broaden its useful life. They are easy enough that anyone, even a novice, can run them -- but they can all help bring that “new car smell” back to your computer.

“DISK CHECK” YOUR MACHINE: Computers with Windows XP and newer operating systems come with several simple utilities to check, clean and de-clutter your hard drive. Doing so, will free it up to access your programs and files more quickly. 'Disk Check' identifies and removes hard disk errors caused by crashes or power failures. It's a good idea to run it every few months, to make sure the drive itself is functioning properly.  
Check Disk Utility
    • Click on My Computer
    • Right click on C drive
    • Choose “Properties”
    • Select the Tools Tab
    • Click the "Check Now" button under "Error Checking"
    • Check all the boxes
    • Click Start

 “DISK CLEANUP” YOUR MACHINE: Disk Cleanup removes temporary files and unnecessary detritus from your hard drive, (HDD) freeing up space on the disk. For example: when you're browsing the Web, your computer collects thousands of temporary files to help Websites load more quickly. But over time, these files create clutter, so it's a good idea to clean them out. I recommend running this utility around once a month ...Disk Cleanup Utility Bare minimum, every two months.


• Click on My Computer
• Right click on your C drive
• Choose “Properties”
• Select Disk Cleanup

NEXT ...

The Disk Defragmenter improves hard drive performance and speed by piecing together parts of files that have been broken apart. As you use your computer, files are constantly added, changed and removed. Over time, these files and folders are broken into chunks of data, so when you want to access the file your hard disk has to work harder and look in more places to find all of its contents. This is known as fragmentation. The more full your hard drive becomes, the more likely it is your files will be fragmented. The Defragmenter pieces those chunks of data back together, so your hard drive can load them more quickly. I recommend using this utility at least once a month -- and it's best to run when you're finished using the computer for the day, as it can often take well over an hour to complete.
Disk 'Defragmentation' Utility


• Click on My Computer
• Right click on your C drive
• Select Properties
• Choose the Tools tab
• Click "Defragment Now" button under "Defragmentation"


“AUTOMATIC UPDATES” FOR YOUR MACHINE: Windows XP, (and higher) can automatically check to see if it needs to be updated. Microsoft often supplies patches, updates and security fixes for Windows (as well as Office and other Microsoft programs) that should always be installed to keep your PC up-to-date. The beauty of Automatic Updates is, that it checks with Microsoft on its own, and lets you know when you need to do something. So just make sure that Automatic Updates are on:

Microsoft Security - 'Automatic Updates' Applet 


• Click Start, and then click Control Panel
• Click Automatic Updates
• Choose Automatic (recommended)



 'Recycle Bin'

Though it sounds counterintuitive, dropping an unwanted file in the Recycle Bin, doesn't actually remove it from your hard drive. To prevent accidental deletion, a file can remain in the Recycle Bin and continue to take up space. Periodically emptying the Recycle Bin, helps free space for the files you want to keep. 

  If running all these individual fixes doesn't sound like your cup of tea, there's software available, that can 'optimize' your computer in a few simple steps -- Cleaning our your hard drive, speeding startup and shutdown, and repairing errors. (See the list at the top of this webpage, for; “PROGRAMS That I've INSTALLED on MY Machines. 

Finally, perhaps the most common causes of computer sluggishness are viruses and spyware. You may already have computer security software installed on your computer, but with so many new threats created every day, it must have updated definition files to be of any use. (Again, See Above, For Good FREE Anti-virus Software That's Available ...)

If you don't already have security software on your PC, make sure you install it and KEEP IT UPDATED! 

Extending Your Computer's Lifespan: The average lifespan of a desktop computer varies and is usualy only two-five years. How can you make it last longer? Easy tips like clearing/vacuuming dust, from around the computer and its vent holes and keeping an eye on its running temperature can help a lot ... Find out more ...

PC Security IS Important!10 Ways to Protect Your Privacy Online: As you read e-mail, check your stock portfolio, post a status update on Facebook and consult whether sites to keep an eye on that storm headed your way, you leave invisible tracks on the Internet. How can you protect your personal information from being misused? The Answer Is Simple ... Be Smart!

Top 10 Passwords You Should NEVER Use: If you chose an easy-to-remember password, such as your user name or even the word "password," I advise you to change it right away. Easily guessed passwords can compromise your personal identity, privacy and financial accounts.

(From: Easy Steps to Improve Your PC's Performance - AOL Discover


  The following removal tools can be run one at a time, if you suspect you have one of these specific viruses, (or you're unable to get your Anti-virus software to install properly) ... Remember, most viruses have 'agents' that prevent the installation of Anti-virus software after infection. I hope this list will be of some help to you. (I will not be responsible for any consequences that may arise from your use of any of the removal tools featured below -- Also, some links may no-longer be available.) 
Bad Trans.bSymantec, Panda,  Sophos
Bagle.A@mmPanda Bitdefender Symantec Sophos AntiVir F-Secure Norman McAfee
Bagle.B@mmBitdefender Panda Symantec McAfee
Bagle.C@mmMcAfee Bitdefender
Bagle.H@mmSymantec, Bitdefender
Bagle.M@mmSymantec, Bitdefender
Bagle.N@mmSymantec, Sophos, Panda, McAfee,
Bagle.U@mmTrend Micro Symantec, McAfee, Panda, Bitdefender
Bagle.Q@mmTrend Micro Symantec, Panda, Bitdefender
Bagle.AF@mmBitdefender, McAfee, Panda
Bagle.AI@mmSophos McAfee Trend
Braid.A (Bride)Panda, Symantec, BitDefender
Bugbear-A@MMBitDefender, Symantec, McAfee, Panda , F-Secure, Norman, Trend
CihSymantec F-Secure
CodeRedBitDefender, Symantec,Trend Micro,Sophos
CodeRed.FSymantec, Trend Micro
CoricaTrend Micro
Doomjuice A and BMicrosoft
DumaruSymantec, McAfee, Bitdefender
Dumaru.YSymantec, Bitdefender, McAfee
Elkern.cKaspersky, Sophos, McAfee, Panda
FizzerBitDefender, Panda, Symantec, McAfee, Kaspersky
FlemingTrend Micro
FrethemBitDefender  Symantec
GiggerTrend Micro
GinkTrend Micro
Goner Symantec
HaptimeSymantec, Panda
JS_JECT.ATrend micro
Klez.E@mmBitDefender, Symantec, Kaspersky , F-Secure, McAfee
Klez.FPanda (Windows 9.x/Me)
Panda (Windows NT/2000/XP)
Klez all variants (including variants of Win32:Elkern)Avast
KrizSymantec , Panda
LirvaPanda Software, Sophos, Trend Micro, McAfee (Stinger) BitDefender
Lovegate (all versions)Bitdefender
MTXSymantec, Panda
Mydoom.(variants A, B, D, F-H - including the trojan horse)AAvast
Mydoom A, B and CMicrosoft
Nimda.ABitDefender, Symantec
Nimda.ESymantec, BitDefender, McAfee, Trend Micro
NavidadSymantec, Panda
Opaserv.WormBitDefender, Symantec , Panda, F-Secure, Trend Micro
Sasser A, B,C, D and EPanda
Sasser A, B,C, D, E and FMicrosoft

Bitdefender, McAfee, Symantec, Panda , F-Secure, Avast

VBS.LoveletterSymantec, Panda
W32.Bagle.AI@mmSophos McAfee
W32.Blaster.wormSymantec Trend Micro
W32.Blaster.worm             (aka Lovsan), variants A-MAvast
W32.Beagle (aka Bagle), variants A-L, U, W, XAvast
W32.Bobax.fam (a,b,c)Mcafee
W32.Bugbear.B.@mmSymantic, Panda
W32.Bugbear including B and E variantAvast
W32.Evaman@mmBitdefender, Trend Micro
W32.Fizzer.A@mmBitDefender F-secure Panda, Trend Micro
W32.Frethem.J/K@mmBitDefender, Symantec , Panda
W32.Klez all variants (including variants of Win32:Elkern)Avast
W32.Korgo F,H,I,L,M,N,O,P,Q,RSymantec
W32.Korgo A,B,C,PBitdefender
W32.Lovegate (all versions)Bitdefender
W32.LovGate.CBitdefender, Trend Micro
Win32:Nachi [Wrm] (aka Welchia, variants A-G)Avast
Win32:Netsky [Wrm] (aka Moodown, variants A-U)Avast
W32.Netsky.B@mmTrend Micro
W32.Netsky.X@mm (B,C,D,E,K,P,Q,S,T,X,)Symantec
W32.Magistr.B@mmBitDefender, Panda , F-Secure, Trend Micro
W32.Mimail, variants A, C, E, I-N, Q, S-UAvast
W32.MyDoom (A,B,F,N and O)Sophos
W32.Opas(aka Opasoft, Opaserv)Avast
W32.SasserSymamtec, McAfee 
W32.Sasser A, B,C,D and EPanda
W32/SlanperSophos, Symantec
W32.Sobig.F@mmBitdefender, Symantec F-Secure Sophos
W32/Sober-ASophos, BitDefender
W32/Sober-CSophos, Symantec
Win32:Sober [Wrm], variants A-FAvast
Win32:Sobig [Wrm], including variants B-FAvast
W32.Swen.A@mmSymantic, Norman Bullguard
W32.Updatr.A@mmBitDefender, Panda
W32/ZafiMcAfee Bitdefender
W95.CIHSymantec, F-Secure
Win32.Worm.Bobax A-CBitdefender
W32.Yaha@mmPanda, BitDefender, F-Secure, Sophos, McAfee, Trend Micro Avast
WinevarSymantec, Trend Micro
Worm.Datom.A BitDefender, Panda
Worm_Zafi.DTrend a2
Wscript.KakwormSymantec , Panda
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