Alternative to a-squared trojan scanner

  CurlyWhirly 14:46 05 Jun 2005
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Afternoon. I have found it impossible to log in on the a2 forums as mentioned in another PCA thread of mine so what I was wondering is does anyone know of another good trojan scanner?
My Personal version will expire in just a few weeks now.
It doesn't have to be FREEWARE as I don't mind paying a yearly subscription as long as it isn't too high.


I *don't* want the TDS trojan scanner as I have read reviews about it and it looks a very complex program to use.
Cheers.

  stalion 14:53 05 Jun 2005

this you have to pay for to correct anything found but it is one of the best you can get
click here

  CurlyWhirly 14:55 05 Jun 2005

How's it going?
That's a good link and I thought it was just a scan for viruses but it appears to check for other malware as well so I will bookmark the site and install it when my a-squared subscription expires.
Cheers.

  Joe R 14:58 05 Jun 2005

click here
click here
click here

The first two are freeware, and the third is a list of the best freeware available.

  stalion 15:01 05 Jun 2005

doing fine how are you?. The software scans for viruses,trojans,diallers and finds things many other programs do not I have always used it and at one point it saved me from a re-install
Regards

  CurlyWhirly 15:01 05 Jun 2005

All 3 links bookmarked for future reference. Thanks.

  CurlyWhirly 15:03 05 Jun 2005

That should keep me going for a while.
I will tick now.
Cheers.

  iambeavis 15:05 05 Jun 2005

Antivir has a built-in trojan scanner - click here and an optional anti dialler facility.

  CurlyWhirly 15:20 05 Jun 2005

Thanks.

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