Microsoft on Tuesday provided the first version of the malicious software removal tool that it first promised last week.
The Microsoft Windows malicious software tool is designed to bundle virus, worm, trojan and other malware removal utilities in one handy place for Windows users. In the past, Microsoft has occasionally delivered the tools as one-off removal utilities for specific malware, such as Download.Ject, Blaster or MyDoom.
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