Bazooka Adware\Spyware scanner

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Minsak, Dec 8, 2005.

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  1. Minsak

    Minsak Registered Member

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    Now back to what I really liked to check out. Do you think this software is worthwhile using?
     

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  3. Minsak

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    Does Bazooka detect anything "exotic" that is unique to its fingerprint database?
    Since the number of fingerprints looks rather scarce.
     
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    I use a couple of these mini-scanners like Bazooka, CWShredder, dll compare, HijackThis, UnhackMe. They aren't substitutes for full scans (I use KAV, A-Squared, Ad-Aware, SpyBot S&D, OutPost anti-spyware, TrojanHunter), but are just quick little checks that I run inbetween or before shutting down for the night. Bazooka is very fast but I don't feel it is good enough to stand alone due to its small database. Nice addition though to my overall security. It is freeware, but they ask for donations.
     
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