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andy f
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anti bug spyware progs  Reply with quote  

has anyone downloaded microsofts beta giant spyware program yet? they take the time to validate your copy to make sure you have a legal copy ect but its good, worth the wait.
it caught 3 bugs on my system some of them were even marketing bugs, things on my computer, so im happy at that.. but at the same time im also worried i even got a problem in the first place, maybe im just parranoid.
at first i thought it was my google toolbar slowing down my computer but i installed the ms beta thing and that program and its cleaned it up im a happy surfer once again :)

Whats everyone elses or your favourite anti-spyware programs ?


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Post Fri Sep 02, 2005 12:41 am
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nickberry
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My personal favorite is lavasoft.com's Ad-Aware. I install the free version on every PC I fix spyware problems with and within 30 days I get a call from the people wanting to buy the full version. For 29.95 you can't beat it. MS's beta is the second tool I install on machines to follow up ad-aware.

None of them, in my opinion, can remove all the spyware alone you need to compliment each of them.


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Post Fri Sep 02, 2005 1:39 pm
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I am not very much worried about spyware.
But still I run Ad-aware periodically remove some of the bugs.
Haven't tried the Microsoft proggy yet.


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Post Mon Sep 05, 2005 4:29 pm
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wyrickj
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Microsoft's is A+  Reply with quote  

I love Microsoft's Anti-Spywear product. Thing best about it is they are releasing a free version for home use. How cool is that.

I ditched Lavasoft because Microsoft's has detected every piece of spywear I have had and made my system much faster. XP SP2 has saved me from craploads of crap as well.
Post Tue Sep 06, 2005 12:18 am
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xboxundone
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I use ad aware and spybot search and destroy those two seem to get everything.


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I haven't seen a spyware program that gets it all yet. And I spend about 20 hours a week removing spyware from clients pc's. the MS beta program is pretty good, but could use some improvements. And ad-aware is easily comprimised by a few of the spyware bugs out there. But those are the best two I've come across.


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andy f
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Adaware, i forgot about that when i wrote my first post , that and the new msn one seem like a good combination to me, ive had no probs off them both and they are nice and clean on my computer
the msn one seems to catch more bugs and it also sorts out page hijacking similar to hijackthis did so ive got no complaints upto now.
i just hope they dont go overboard and charge to much for it when it comes out of beta, even then i'll probably still get it im quite impressed, adaware is the 2nd best thing
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Spybot  Reply with quote  

I have a distinct preference for Spybot because its freeware. Secondly, I would go with Ad Aware because its run by Swedes.

My new (Dell) laptop has arrived with anti-spyware bundled with Norton Anti-virus but I haven't had much use so far.


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Post Thu Sep 15, 2005 12:42 pm
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I ditched Lavasoft since Microsoft's has detected every piece of spywear I have had as well as made my system much quicker.


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