Any good suggestions for anti-spyware software

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Graystoke, Feb 15, 2006.

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  1. Graystoke

    Graystoke Registered Member

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    Re: MS Windows Defender beta 2 out

    I was using MSAS. I liked it. Windows Defender sucks. MS really screwed up. The hunt starts for new anti-spyware software for my computer. Any good suggestions. :)
     
  2. shoe

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    Re: MS Windows Defender beta 2 out

    Webroot spy sweeper
     
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    Re: MS Windows Defender beta 2 out

    Well since the post by shoe didn't get spanked. I'll volunteer my choice. Trend Micro Anti-Spyware. Works well in my layered security setup. That's ProcessGuard, MJ Registry Watcher, RegProt, ScripTrap, NOD32, SSD, and GhostWall.
     
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    I don't like programs that hogs my system and eats up lots of RAM memory. So I remove from my pc those anti-spywares that I think does this. I now use WinPatrol and SpywareGuard...;) and also AnalogX Script Defender, SpywareBlaster, Earthlink Toolbar w ScamBlocker, Spybot, X-Cleaner and SnoopFree Privacy Shield. Additionally, I also have ProcessGuard. :D
     
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    Spyspweeper is one of the best.
     
  6. Trooper

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    Counterspy, AdAware and Spybot Search & Destroy.
     
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    Paid-- webroot spysweeper is best, simply best of all

    Free-- MS antispyware

    Fee On-demand scanner-- spybot
    ad-aware

    - don,t put a lot of mess on your PC
    - surf safely, and SiteHound toolbar is best for that, or use ShadowUser/Surfer
     
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    Hey don't leave out Spyware Doctor 3.5.0.478. Its been getting good these days not using that much resources and it has a good detecting rate as well. I have two processes running at about 4,000 K each.

    dja2k
     
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    SD 2nd to Spysweeper in paid ones.
     
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