Spyware Terminator's Real-Time Protection?

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Legendkiller, Dec 7, 2006.

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  1. Legendkiller

    Legendkiller Registered Member

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    I am using Mcafee's Virusscan Enterprise 8.5i and i am thing of adding a real-time anti-spyware software to my arsenal..

    But the problem is that i can't buy any paid software and would like you suggest a good free alternative which has "Real-time" protection..

    So,plz recommend any other software and plz post comments about ST's prowess.
     
  2. Tarq57

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    Very happy with SpywareTerminator. A few minor bugs from time to time. Pretty good forum, frequent updates, new versions, including Betas, and "beta-style" Weekly Builds coming out regularly. Fairly comprehensive range of realtime protection. Haven't been infected since installing. It alerts to all unknown applications attempting to run.
     
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    Yeah spyware terminator does its job well. For a free product theres nothing much better. It even has built in hips which adds another layer of protection. If you would prefer a more silent type of protection you can try windows defender.
     
  4. Legendkiller

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    thnx,have been using it for 4-5 hrs and seems to be good.
     
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    That's pretty close to how I've got it set up, too. The popups can get annoying when installing new software, but it's from a source I trust I just disable realtime protection when installing it. Depends on the software. Sometimes it's just 4 or 5 popups. If it's something big though, it can be well over a dozen.
     
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