I have a client whose divorced husband installed EBlaster (in stealth mode) on her PC before he moved out. She wants it removed. Seems hard to believe a decent Antivirus program, such as Avast or Malwarebytes, would not detect such snoopware.
What is the best way to remove EBlaster? Is there standard AV software that will detect and remove it?
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These are on the increase and getting more common these days. Users who use the Google search engine may complain of having their search redirected to unwanted sites, regardless of what browser is used.
This happens when the system is infected with…
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