Spyware Terminator 3.0.0.50 release version with multilingual support

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  1. Brocke

    Brocke Registered Member

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    Spyware Terminator 3.0.0.50 release version with multilingual support

    * Added languages:
    Brazilian Portuguese, French, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish

    - fixes:
    automatic scan with database checking always starts
    disabling automatic updates removes updater from Windows StartUp registry key

    We will offer update to new version for all old versions of Spyware Terminator this week.
    If you find any text issues of our translations, feel free to post a screens on our forum and we will correct the mistakes.

    http://forum.spywareterminator.com/Default.aspx?g=posts&t=7307

    Download- http://www.spywareterminator.com/download/download.aspx
     
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    For what it's worth

    When Spyware Terminator was first introduced to the World I read all the information about it on their Web site and
    decided to give it an try. The advertising was convincing and the product was FREE. So I downloaded and installed.

    I was pleased with Spyware Terminators' Graphical User Interface (GUI) and noticed no adversity. Scans were fast and
    the product updated the malware deffinitions promptly. At that time I was experimenting with many different security
    products so I ununstalled Spyware Terminator.

    Then an friend called me and said that his computer was infected with something. I took that opertunity to test
    Spyware Terminator and installed the security application on his computer. As advertised, Spyware Terminator cleaned
    my friend's computer of several infections. I do not remember the details of those infections but I do remember the
    detailed logging Spyware Terminator provided that allowed us to remove all that Spyware Terminator was unable to
    remove on its own, such as Registry Entries and File Locations.

    My friend was so impressed, as I was, that he continues to use Spyware Terminator to this day and swears by it.

    So thanks for the update Brocke,
    I am sure Spyware Terminator has developed into an even more reliable security software program since then.
    I still keep tabs on Spyware Terminator because you never know, sometimes the short haired girl is worth twice as long.


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    O...K....they've got a Katie, Master Po?
     
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    Nice info about new version...but still no Polish langauge. In the past it was...
    o_O
     
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    I used it for quite a while some years back. I too felt it was useful in its day, but other products came along and were/are better. They integrated Clam AV into it for while, but that didn't seem like a great solution. Then there's the matter of bundling the Crawler toolbar which arguably made it adware instead of freeware. I guess I eventually lost confidence in the 2.x version.

    I haven't tried the 3.0 version. Hopefully it has continued to improve. I'd like to see an in-depth review to see how it measures up against MBAM, Hitman Pro, SAS, etc.
     
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    This is an bit off Topic however I believe it will provide integrity for the future, it is an heuristic thing.

    In the upper right hand corner of the Browser make notice of the three boxes.
    The box or 'button' to the far right is inscriptive with an "X"

    Begin by hovering the Mouse Pointer over the "X" and then left clicking to close the Browser.

    Next, down in the lower left hand corner of the Monitor Screen make notice of the 'button' inscriptive with the
    word 'start' or the equivelant, depending on Operating System and Theme. Hover the Mouse Pointer over the 'start'
    button and left click on 'start', an popup menu will appear above the 'start' button.

    After the popup menu appears choose "Turn Off Computer", by again hovering the Mouse Pointer over the text string
    "Turn Off Computer" and left clicking "Turn Off Computer" This action will safely close the Operating System and
    safely power down the computer, in other words the computer will be off.

    Then on the front panel of the Monitor find and push the Power Button to safely turn off the Monitor.

    Now unplug all electrical cords from the electrical outlets for the computer, monitor, modem, router, printer, and
    any other devices that are part of the Home Network.

    Finally, sit back nown in the computer chair and lean back.....Notice the silence.


    NOTE: Please print these instructions prior to clicking on the 'X" button on the Browser.


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    I agree, and that is why I still keep tabs on Spyware Terminator. I feel the Security Software still has great potential.
    Mainly because of the Host Intusion Prevention System (HIPS) that are quite effective, easy to use, and learn.

    I have searched for in-depth reviews and results but there does not appear to be any to satisfy complete reliability.


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    Right. Very interesting read and extremely funny.
    My question was related to your phrase '...sometimes the short haired girl is worth twice as long.'.
    Was it a cryptic reference to the Beatles 'Old Brown Shoe' lyrics and relevant to Spyware Terminator?
    Never mind, it was probably 'an heuristic thing'. That's OK.
     
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    It now integrates F-Prot. Anyone knows if it is free?
     
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    nope its not free. they have to pay for the SDK that they use in the programming for the Engine.
     
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    How much does it costs? I found no mention there in ST website...
     
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    they are redesigning their website to put all that in. about 2 to 3 weeks it should be up.

    there team is kinda small on the programming side.
     
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    here the website you get directed to if you want to buy a key for the Fprot etc

    https://www.spywareterminator.com/purchase.aspx

    each key can be used up to 3 PC so i think the price is far. but thats just me.
     
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    No offence but Returnil is giving F-Prot engine in free version...:)
     
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    non taken :) and i didnt know that. thank you :thumb:
     
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    As I remember F-prot was already in RVS 2010 beta...since July/August 2009? :rolleyes:
     
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    Yes... and now also in RSS 2011 free.
     
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