Thursday, December 1, 2011

Clean Carrier IQ rootkit poison from your smartphone; Windows 8 app stores

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Finding and cleaning out your smartphone's Carrier IQ poison

Millions of iPhones, Android and other smartphones have the Carrier IQ spyware rootkit in them. Here's how to find it and try to zap it.


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