Security software is designed to protect against intruders, malicious software and system attack. The snag with this is that you can easily overly rely on your security software to protect your system from going down. We therefore get complacent and don't bother to backup our important data. One day, you'll try booting in to your computer to find it has been infected and the bootloader fails to start. How do you get around this problem and remove the Trojan from your PC?
Spybot Boot CD 1.03 is a free lightweight bootable system recovery CD that will enable you to create a disc that you can use to boot and attempt to remove any malicious software, spyware or rogue tool. However, like any security software, make sure you keep the recovery disc updated, which means that you'll need to burn a disc, with the latest definitions, at least once a month.
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