Windows 7 Free Microsoft Security Tool Goes After Malware That Hijacks Web Searches

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The latest update introduced to the Malicious Software Removal Tool (MSRT) is designed to equip the free security solution in order to tackle malicious code designed to hijack web searches that users make and redirect them to sites hosting malware or displaying advertisements.
Win32/Tracur and Win32/Dursg are the two malware families added to MSRT, which is designed to hunt down and kill a specific list of malicious code.
Impacting browsers including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera and Chrome, Tracur and Dursg are designed to infect Windows computers then monitor the users’ search activity.
Free Microsoft Security Tool Goes After Malware That Hijacks Web Searches - Softpedia
 


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