that block or encrypt all my passwords/personal information, and Rapport blocks any browser manipulation, or session riding to the SSL target; so I'm not worried about spyware gaining access to such.
These work even in an infected environment and the first two are at the kernel level, so malware manipulation has been impossible so far. This is evident in my honey pot tests. Also Emisoft's Anti-malware has been the most effective malware killer I've tested to date. It is strictly behavior based and needs no signature files to do it's job; although they include the old A-Squared anti-malware scanning engine, just for good measure; and also so you can safely remove any malicious files or registry left overs.
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