difference between spywareguard and spywareblaster?

Discussion in 'SpywareBlaster & Other Forum' started by andreasm, Apr 19, 2005.

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  1. andreasm

    andreasm Registered Member

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    What's the difference between Spywareguard and Spywareblaster?

    Why are these two different programs?
    Why couldn't you combine these two programs into one ?


    Thanks
    These are great programs, good work!
     
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    Hey .andreasm...Welcome to Wilders,

    Daylight and Dark, Apples and Oranges,
    Summer and Winter :)

    Differences in the programs---> https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=18132
     
  4. andreasm

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    ok thanks!

    It's so much work to protect the computer.
    Firewall, Virus scanner, Windows updates, spyware guard...

    So, often it doesn't really make fun to use computers in cause of all the waste from the internet ....

    so why you don't combine spywareguard and spywareblaster to make the life of computer users a little bit easier?


    I'm waiting for a operation system which includes all necessary features to protect the computer, so the user doesn't need to install further programs which protect the computer. ;-) But I think, I must waiting a long long time ...



    Sorry for my bad english... :) Or do you find my english is ok?
     
  5. Bubba

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    I find your English fine. ;)

    As for having a lot of programs in order to surf the web now a days. Stick around and visit some of our other Forums and perhaps you'll find that the number of programs needed will deminish as you become more knowledgeable in the areas of HOW does one get exploited. While I try many programs on a weekly basis....if for no other reason than to be able to assist others....I can count on one hand\4 fingers the number of programs\add ons that I use to protect my Home workstation.
     
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    andreasm Registered Member

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    Ok thanks for the explanation!

    I could say, that I've got a lot of experience in computers, but my friends haven't. So it's very difficult to explain them why to use several security programs... it would be very fine, if just one security program could include all necessary features . Perhaps, such a program will be created in future. ;)
     
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