Request for Review

Discussion in 'Software' started by Ciger, Jul 1, 2005.

  1. Ciger

    Ciger

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    I want to request for Review on softwares like pop-up blockers or spy program cleaner :shock: my GF (Girl Friend but sometimes my Guardian Force**FF terms**) always used my computer to surf on weird stuff and got me tons of Spy programs and those spy pop-ups. :oops: PLEASE the GREAT Review GODS of VelocityReviews !!! Help me out there are tons of those programs out there don't know where to get.. and please review those that can buy in stores.. I found alot of them they have like 1 locations and they only sell online... I can't trust my creditcard number to them... Please let us know what's good to buy !!! Thank You Review Gods of VelocityReviews !! :wink:
     
    Ciger, Jul 1, 2005
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    stlava

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    Hey even though I'm not a official reviewer.. I suggest using Microsoft Antispyware. I will post a full review on it with full how to and stuff like that. But wait for the review because there are a few things you need to configure with it.
     
    stlava, Jul 1, 2005
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    Technoholic

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    >_< Use Ad-Aware program. They're the best to get rid of the spywares
     
    Technoholic, Jul 1, 2005
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    stlava

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    No, ad-aware costs money and they don't get everything..
     
    stlava, Jul 1, 2005
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    Silverstrand

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    Ad-aware is free.
    Just use Ad-aware, SpyBot Search and Destroy, and Microsoft's Antispyware. You'll be set.
     
    Silverstrand, Jul 1, 2005
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    werty316

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    Ad-Aware has a free verison but I use their SE Pro version though I don['t ever use and never use a anti-virus program I am pretty careful when I surf. I still can't believe people out there who still get crap on thier computers. If you get a pop for just click cancel or the "x". I had to help my sister over the phone because she got alot of spam and viruses and her virus scanner is really old and nothing to remove the spam. Very frustrating. Gotta love warez.
     
    werty316, Jul 1, 2005
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    PUTALE

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    i also use adaware though I think these pop up programs are not that effective and sometimes quite annoying as some sites you want the popup, is there a way to desing certain site works while other snot? thank
     
    PUTALE, Jul 1, 2005
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    stlava

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    Item: Microsoft AntiSpyware (Beta 1)
    Version: 1.0.614
    Introduction: A while back one of the most unsuspected companies decided to join the fight against spyware.
    At first everyone thought it was a joke and it was another sloppy program put together by Microsoft. Well, they
    were wrong.
    SpyNet™: Microsoft thought outside the box and developed their own spyware alert network. This is a free
    option in the program that allows your computer to connect to the massive network of computers. If one computer
    becomes infected by a brand new unknown Trojan the network is alerted and responds to all the other computers
    with a security advisory with the program name.
    Spyware Removal: This program is one of the best one I have seen out in a while. Although some spyware require
    several programs to remove them MS AntiSpyware brings the best of all the worlds together into one easy to use
    program.
    Options:
    AutoUpdater is a automatic updater for MS AntiSpyware. You can set a specific time that it searches for
    new updates or do it manually.
    Real-Time Protection is covered in the next section but for now you want to enable it.
    Alerts just tells you a program is suspicious on your system it might just be nothing.
    The SpyNet community we have covered and you want to enable this option.
    The General button lets you select which type of user you are and this will affect how user friendly the program is to you.
    Real-Time Protection: One of the great features is that it has a real-time agent that stops spyware in its tracks.
    Also there is an agent for the Internet, local programs and system checkpoints. The system agent protects from
    spyware which my have affected windows and is corrupting programs now.
    Tracks Eraser: A great small added feature that lets you erase those nauty tracks you left behind on programs.
    The big plus it cover a variety of programs but does not like many programs include FireFox. You can find this
    option in the advanced tools button.
    Concluding Notes: This one of the best programs for preventing and removing spyware for your system.
    Be sure to go through all the settings and enable what you see is the best for you. So if you have a low amount
    of ram you probably don't want it starting up with windows. For a full arsonal of anti-spyware programs you might
    want to get "Spybot - Search & Destroy", SpywareBlaster and now that I am informed that Ad-Aware is free add that
    too. For free virus protection you can check out Avast Home Edition.
    You can download MS AntiSpyware at Microsoft.com
     
    stlava, Jul 1, 2005
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    werty316

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    You can allow them for both firefox and IE
     
    werty316, Jul 2, 2005
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    unholy

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    How about i take a few and make a review?, i will probably use MS AntiSpy, Ad-Aware, and other :D
    What u say then we can get some answers on which is better?
     
    unholy, Jul 2, 2005
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    stlava

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    They all work best when used together...
     
    stlava, Jul 2, 2005
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    The only tools I ever use are
    Mozilla FireFox (configure it to not allow active X installs unless you specifically say yes)
    Ad-Aware
    and
    HiJackThis (lets you look at all your processes running and gives you info on them).
    I didn't run ad-aware for 38 days and when I did run it I had 3 critical objects.
     
    ww_crimson, Jul 3, 2005
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    you get that alot!!!!! dam software!!!!
     
    unholy, Jul 3, 2005
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    Ad-Aware is by far in my view the best when it somes to spyware. Recommend to those who never heard of it. The newest version of SE is great.
     
    werty316, Jul 3, 2005
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    They all seem to be good, but they seem to pick up what each other miss. I use MS anti-spyware, ad-aware and tune-up utilities(one of the best programs on the net).
     
    Ludnix, Jul 6, 2005
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    unholy

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    to be most protect get ad-aware and MS Anti spy :D does the job great, one picks up the other mistake, normally Ad-aware picks up MS, but remember MS is still a beta and its pretty new :|
     
    unholy, Jul 6, 2005
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    Flukemanguy

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    Wait up! Did you see what he said... "his girlfriend was looking at weird things", so is that a cover up for you looking a pr0n, or her looking up pr0n? hahaha
     
    Flukemanguy, Aug 16, 2005
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    Bio-Hazard

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    Nothing wrong with looking at a little porn every now and then, thar is unless you're under age or looking at that strange strange sort of thing...........:0
     
    Bio-Hazard, Aug 16, 2005
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    unholy

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    It is awfully hard to catch girls looking up p0rn, but very possible, unfortunately my sister forgot to clean History when she finished :p
    I am sure the people on CS : Source would agree, they are all like, Spray Logo (its some sorta porn), but i agree whats the harm in p0rn, 50% of people do it, 30% or more of girls even do it. We aren't counting underaged, like myself :D, but i see no harm, Our science teacher showed us a Mother in pregancy, so i don't think its that bad, though one thing, we were Reasearching un Sexually Transmitted dieases, GOD if u do be prepared for the unhappy faces linked with the stuff... it makes u think twice about sex.
    Another question " he ", he is the dogs father alright!
    Now after i have finished my Cupa i will say more about boring topics such as Milk, how good is it really?, and How many hen sit at your door.
    After News on NBC.
     
    unholy, Aug 17, 2005
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