MRT

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AcronymDefinition
MRTMauritania (ISO Country code)
MRTMass Rapid Transit
MRTMaster Resilience Training (US Army)
MRTMean Residence Time (pharmacokinetics)
MRTMental Retardation
MRTMidland Reporter Telegram (Midland, TX, USA)
MRTMagnet Resonanz Tomographie (German: Magnetic Resonance Imaging)
MRTMetro Rail Transit (Philippines)
MRTMalicious Software Removal Tool (Microsoft)
MRTMountain Rescue Team
MRTMinisters Responsible for Trade (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation)
MRTMultiple Requester Terminal
MRTMobile Radio Technology
MRTMalicious Software Removal Tool
MRTMultiple Render Target
MRTMagnetic Resonance Tomography
MRTMedia Richness Theory (communications)
MRTMinistry of Roads and Transportation (Iran)
MRTMuscle Response Testing
MRTMobile Radio Technology (magazine)
MRTMultiple Render Targets (computer graphics)
MRTMineral Resources Tasmania
MRTMean Radiant Temperature
MRTMyofascial Release Therapy (massage)
MRTMulti-Threaded Routing Toolkit
MRTMedical Radiation Technologist
MRTMilwaukee Repertory Theater (Milwaukee, WI)
MRTMaster Reading Teacher
MRTMarginal Rate of Transformation
MRTMobile Response Team (law enforcement; disaster preparedness; public health)
MRTMean Repair Time
MRTMedical Response Technician
MRTMean Response Time
MRTModified Rhyme Test
MRTMusic Recording Technology (various schools)
MRTMotorcycle Rider Training (safety course)
MRTMedical Response Team
MRTMagnetic Resonance Therapy
MRTMedical Radiologic Technology
MRTMary Rose Trust (UK)
MRTMeadows Race Team (formerly Meadows Amateur Ski Racing Association; Mount Hood, OR)
MRTMuseum of Radio and Technology (Huntington, West Virginia)
MRTMulti-Rate Test
MRTMarine Riser Tensioner (offshore drilling device)
MRTMarketing and Research Today
MRTMinimum Resolvable Temperature
MRTMechanical Running Test
MRTMedium Range Target
MRTMiyazaki Radio & Television (Japan)
MRTMaximum Response Time
MRTMiniature Receive Terminal
MRTMission Readiness Test
MRTMishap Response Team (NASA)
MRTMaximal Ratio Transmission
MRTAir Mauritanie, Mauritania (ICAO code)
MRTMedical Regulating Team
MRTMaster Reference Terminal
MRTMaintenance Recovery Team
MRTMiddle-Range Theory (archaeology)
MRTMulti-Rotational Trebuchet
MRTMobile Radio Telephone
MRTMilitary Rated Thrust
MRTMagnetic Resonance Technologist
MRTMovement Regulating Team
MRTMission Rehearsal Training
MRTMedizinische Resonanz Therapie
MRTManagement Responsibility Transfer
MRTMaster of Respiratory Therapy
MRTMaintainability Review Team
MRTMine Risk Reduction Teams
MRTMaintenance Response Team (railway crew)
MRTMetropolitan Rapid Transport (Taipei)
MRTMonster Race Track (game)
MRTMissile Round Transporter
MRTMilitary Ruggedized Tablet
MRTMean Restoral Time
MRTMaster in Recreation and Tourism
MRTMaintenance Requirement Substantiated
MRTMultiple Requests Terminal
MRTMean Resolvable Temperature
MRTMission Real-Time
MRTMateriel Routing Tool
MRTMaterial Readiness Test
MRTManpower Restructuring Team
MRTManpack Receive Terminal
MRTModel Reference Test
MRTMedical Record Transcriptionist
MRTMaterial Request Transaction
MRTManpower Requirements Team
MRTMission Readiness Training (US Air Force)
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The fraudsters installed Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool, which is free, but took PS320 as payment.
Microsoft's infection rate metric, CCM, is defined as the number of computers cleaned per 1,000 unique computers by the Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool - a free tool distributed by the company's update services, which removes over 200 "highly prevalent or serious threats from computers", according to the report.
It is particularly prevalent in Mongolia, with 35 computers infected out of every 1,000 running the Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool (MSRT) in 2H 2015.
Microsoft did say it will continue to supply its Malicious Software Removal Tool until July 14 of this year.
The Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool is a fast and easy solution to detect and remove malware from your computer system.
Most of Microsoft's infection rate data is derived from the Malicious Software Removal Tool (MSRT), a free utility it distributes to all Windows users each month that detects, then deletes selected malware families.
And in April 2008, Trend researchers disputed Microsoft's claim that the latter's Malicious Software Removal Tool (MSRT) had crushed the life out of the Storm botnet.
A statement posted on the Microsoft Security Response Centre blog said: "We ve conducted a comprehensive review of the November Security Updates, the Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool, and the non-security updates we released through Windows Update in November.
Microsoft has also added new capabilities to their Malicious Software Removal Tool (MSRT), which could detect and remove the worm if it was present on a machine.
It pulls data from scanned Hotmail accounts, Microsoft Security Essentials, its Malicious Software Removal Tool and from Web pages scanned by Microsoft's Bing search.
lt;p>According to Williams, the link between PC infection rates -- the percentage of computers that have been cleaned by the updated monthly Malicious Software Removal Tool, or MSRT -- and piracy is due to the hesitancy of users in countries where counterfeit copies abound to use Windows Update, the service that pushes patches to PCs.