ashampoo antispyware

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by lodore, Oct 1, 2006.

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  1. lodore
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    lodore Registered Member

    what is its engine? i know it was said before but i cant remember


    lodore
  2. metallicakid15
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    metallicakid15 Registered Member

    its their own engine if im not mistaken
  3. lodore
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    lodore Registered Member

    ok..

    is it any good?
  4. archie123
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    No mate its not , i wasted money on it and im making it my job to tell everyone i can , i made a comment about ot on cnet downloads site (user reviews for the product) and my comments have since completely vanished , strange that eh :shifty:

    The only time i really needed it , i was infected with some nasty malware and having allsorts of problems....did Ashampoo find it?? NO. Waste of money.

    I ended up trying Prevx1 which found problem and removed it , ive since purchased Prevx1 but as im no expert its not up to me to recommend it....it is good though :D :D

    One more thing Ashampoo has a guard patrol thingy that you can run in the background checking for threats "on the fly" , that doesnt work either and randomly maxed out my CPU.
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  6. pykko
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    pykko Registered Member

    That's bad. Sorry for you. My first impression on it was it is a good product.
  7. lodore
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    lodore Registered Member

    mine to. thanks for your comments on the product.

    oddly i have seen tons of bad reviews of f-secure on cnet download.com and they have been there for years. btw this isn't another nag at f-secure it was just to point out bad reviews happern to stay on cnet download.com and the people writing the bad reviews about f-secure seemed like they had two av's install at the same time IMO.


    anyway other than superantispyware what do you people reccomend?
  8. metallicakid15
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    metallicakid15 Registered Member

    i guess you can trial pestpatrol
  9. Firefighter
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    Firefighter Registered Member

    If you look at the properties of Ashampoo AntiSpyWare's "engine.dll" file, you can see that it's from a-squared origin.

    Best regards,
    Firefighter!
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