Is the program is running?

Discussion in 'SpywareBlaster & Other Forum' started by herpgal, Mar 10, 2004.

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  1. herpgal

    herpgal Registered Member

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    How do you know if the program is running o_O Give me time now........this forum is new to me, so I am probably posting in the wrong place.........
    Dee
     
  2. spy1

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    WHICH program, Dee? Pete
     
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    Hi herpgal,

    a warm welcome to wilders, mate :)

    Let me make a guess which program you are trying to say

    Spywareblaster
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    Spywareguard !!
    OR
    something else :rolleyes:
     
  4. herpgal

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    LOL, sorry, I was referring to SpyBlaster! I don't know if it needs to be started every day or just *appears*
    Thanks Pete
     
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    Hey herpgal,

    yeee, I guessed right .. lol
    OK, let me help you as much as I can.
    Spywareblaster once installed , you have done your job. It is NOT that kind of program that autostarts or needs to be started. It do NOT come in systray. Once you are done with it, which means THIS, you are protected with the spywares you see in main window. It sets kill bits and you are safe from these evils.
    thats it.
    Oh, onething you do please run once a week for checking the updates as it do NOT have the autoupdate feature, and have safe time again :)

    keep posting
     
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    I see subratam has saved the day already (and one of our most excellent mods will be around shortly to put the thread where it belongs, no doubt).

    Yes, Dee, after you have d/l'ed and installed it, checked for and d/l'ed any updates, just click on "Select All", then "Protect Against Checked Items" and close it down and forget about it until the next update (which you'll be watching for diligently here at Wilders - natch!). Pete

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