spyware shield

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by claire, Jun 4, 2005.

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  1. claire

    claire Guest

    Phantom is back with a great software with a larger database than SpywareBlaster,automated update,and an easy disable/enable Flash protection

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  2. TomHarris

    TomHarris Guest

    So is it safe to say it can be used with SpywareBlaster without any kind of conflicts?

    Sounds like it's really just for those who still use IE though.

    Also can we expect some false positives from our spyware scanners, after installing, like we get from time to time with SpywareBlaster?

  3. mario0

    mario0 Guest

    BLOCKED [!] - Destination is Go Daddy Software, Inc., Vote2004Today.com, www.pr (64.202.163.:cool: [protocol: TCP / destport: 80]

    btw is it freeware?
  4. rdsu

    rdsu Registered Member

    Jun 28, 2003
    Is payware...
  5. claire

    claire Guest

    No problem at all to use it along with SpywareBlaster.No FP's until now with
    spyware scanners ;)
  6. Bubba

    Bubba Updates Team

    Apr 15, 2002
    To clarify that a bit(no pun intended)....to any and all who care to know....that is reference to it's ActiveX CLSID database. That is the only comparison as of now that can be mentioned in the same breath as Spywareblaster....since as most users of Spywareblaster are aware....Spywareblaster also provides Internet Explorer Restricted Sites protection and Internet Explorer, Mozilla\Firefox\Netscape Cookie protection....and...."an easy disable/enable Flash protection."

    "Spyware Shield is payware, if you wish to use/activate the fully functional version of this product you must send a small payment of $7.00 (US)"

    Alrighty then....that's enough playing around for me. Good Luck with your software.
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  7. Phant0m

    Phant0m Registered Member

    Jun 7, 2003
    Hey TomHarris

    That were the case, but it has been proving that even those on third-party browsers like Firefox, can benefit.

    When you say false positives, you in regards with Scanners? And picking up IE ActiveX CLSID with a killbit? Yea I would say that is a false positive with something… :p

    Hey mario0

    As VaMPiRiC_CRoW had mentioned, it is payware.

    Hey Bubba

    In no way do I say anything like the product being better then SpywareBlaster. I’m a huge fan of Javacool and his work, and I like SpywareBlaster a lot and I would not recommend anyone NOT to use SpywareBlaster.

    Everything SpywareBlaster has for security features are vital to ones well-being in some form or another.

    And while I do see the importance to implementing these and other features to aid in securing, I’m not going to rush anything, and try to cover a whole lot of areas and not have a single thing up to quality. I’m a little tired seeing today’s software covering so many aspects and have not one single feature up to quality like it should.

  8. Bubba

    Bubba Updates Team

    Apr 15, 2002
    Never implied that you or anyone said that your product was "better then SpywareBlaster"....I can assure you that.
  9. Trooper

    Trooper Registered Member

    Jan 26, 2005
    So what is this product protecting us from that Spywareblaster does not?

    Also, how does this help FF users if it looks as if it is geared towards bad Active X? Or did I miss something here? o_O
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