Draymire wrote:the only thing i use is malwaerbytes, mix it with common sense and you shouldn't have a problem. I have my family deathly afraid of clicking things unless i ok it first so i don't have much to worry about you should try that approach, lol.
I recall either malwarebytes or spybot s&d (my two faves for price and performance) having the somewhat annoying problem of asking for approval for all registry value changes.
That'd be my only problem with using them, because after an infection people are more cautious then they'll keep bugging you whether or not to "approve/deny" a given changed. Then again I'm sure there's some workaround, too; I've hardly ever had to use anti-malware software for reasons goatboy mentioned.
"I'm going to get into your sister. I'm going to get my hands on your daughter."