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Hey I was just wondering if you guys have heard of the google pack (probably) and are any of you using the immunet program for infection prevention? I'm just curious if it's any good or not.

I personally use MSE and don't have any problems however I am always looking for better alternatives should my current software not work out in the future
    
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Not too long ago, MSE missed a major MSN worm on my notebook (thanks to my stupid sister). Luckily, Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware killed it.

So, I've never used this Immunet before, and perhaps you should consider something other than MSE. Try it, I don't see how it could be harmful. But whatever you do or choose, I strongly recommend you to install MBAM and scan sometimes, just for the peace of mind.
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Yeah I use mbam and sell it at where I work as well. I was just curious as to what other people use.

BTW to remove malware use
1. mbam
2. spybot s&d
3. superantispyware
4. ad-adware

I usually remove 2-4 after I'm done as they like to run on startup and take resources but for scanning they're good

all can be found on ninite.com btw
    
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