I almost always run SUPERAntiSpyware (paid Pro version) before shutting-down my computer and often found that tracking cookies/adware was being loaded in the course of my browsing. Therefore, I installed SpywareBlaster (free version) under the specific impression that it would *prevent* such adware from infecting my machine. To my disappointment, I find that, even though I check for updates almost daily, and always "Enable All Protection,"SpywareBlaster, by the end of my web browsing session my machine is still laden with very well-known tracking cookies etc. such as atwola. Is this normal? Previously I really thought that by running SpywareBlaster before even launching a web browser such malware would be prevented from infecting my computer but this is clearly not the case. I'd be willing to upgrade to the paid version of SpywareBlaster *if* it actually prevented adware and tracking cookies to get a foothold in my machine. If I'm mistaken about the whole purpose of SpywareBlaster being to prevent adware, tracking cookies please educate me!