You Can Never Have Enough Spyware Protection!

@peaceful (3286)
United States
February 15, 2007 2:54pm CST
http://javacoolsoftware.com/spywareblaster.html I'll bet that the majority of computer users online daily, simply just don't have the time or the inclination to maintain and update their spyware and malware protections... People, please be aware that this stuff affects everyone and when you are on the Internet, your computer is very much connected to millions around the globe... Now, I know that most people can't afford "Enterprise-strength" protections but that is no excuse, when there are so many good ones that are absolutely free... Spyware Blaster 3.5.1 works very well to stop common threats such as spyware, dialers,browser hackers and adware. It is totally compatable with Spybot Search and Destroy http://spybot.com and should be deployed along with it... As you can see, these two software apps can give you peace of mind, they even can warn you about dicey websites in advance... If you think this info is helpful, please let me know in your comments...
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@shywolf (4529)
• United States
15 Feb 07
I agree that no one can ever have enough protection for their computer, especially in this day and age. It seems like new viruses and threats come out nearly every single day. I know that my Norton anti-virus software runs updates each and every day, which I hate because it slows my computer to a crawl most of the time, lol, but it's worth it to keep my computer protected. Anyway, I've got Spybot Search & Destroy already, so I'll have to take a look at what you posted. Thanks! ^_^
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@peaceful (3286)
• United States
16 Feb 07
Be sure to de-frag and clean up your unused programs... This will give you a more smoother operation daily. http://www.pctools.com will have free versions of programs that can help you enjoy your computer sessions even more. Have an excellent day, my friend!
@borg_queen (2535)
• Philippines
17 Feb 07
I have multiple anti-spyware and one of the best firewall and the second ranked anti-virus. Most of them are free. Programs like Spywareblaster are good. Other programs like it are Malware Immunizer and Advanced Windows Care. They are a must have and can be downloaded from majorgeeks.com
@peaceful (3286)
• United States
20 Mar 07
Thank you for sharing those great resources, Borg Queen!:) I'm always on the hunt for stuff the can make our Internet life a bit easier!
• Australia
17 Feb 07
Thanks for the information. I'll try the antivirus you mentioned to someone else on my laptop. I currently have a VET antivirus subscription on my pc, which I've used for 3-4 years now and have no problems with. It updates automatically whenever it needs it. I also run spybot on both, but haven't found an antivirus that I have liked on my laptop. I haven't really been wanting to buy anything VET subscription. Will also look into spyware blaster. Thanks again.
@peaceful (3286)
• United States
20 Mar 07
Very wise decision, you'll be helping everyone! :) I hope you'll find Spyware Blaster effective for your laptop, too!
@MsTickle (24782)
• Australia
16 Feb 07
Peaceful I've just downloaded SpyBot and I already have AdAware ... do you think I should use Spyware Blaster as well? SpyBot found 52 red entries!. Wow. My Norton subscription has expired and they told me I have to by more RAM to use the new version. At $90 just for the RAM before I buy the product it's out of the question for me. (Do they download the extra RAM to my puter? )
@peaceful (3286)
• United States
16 Feb 07
I'll answer your question with a resource: http://www.grisoft.com is the home adress of AVG's Free Version of their excellent virus protection software... I urge you to try it as it really is a great alternative to expensive upgrades... HOWEVER: Don't get until after FEBRUARY 18th! This is when Grisoft wil be upgrading this version, so you will benefit by waiting a few days more... Yes, is my answer to using Spyware Blaster, you should have as much protection as possible, because new threats are always popping up daily. Also, if you need more RAM, try de-fragging your computer, deleting unused programs, cleaning your registry http://www.pctools.com (look for free versions of this tool)... Getting rid of Norton should give you some extra RAM, as well! LOL! :) I've sent you a PM, just in case you can't locate this page immediately...