DH Guides: Spyware Revision 3

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  1. dan|d|man

    dan|d|man New Member

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    This site was brought to my attention from downloading the latest Omega Driver for ATi Radeon over at http://www.omegadrivers.net/. I am very glad i visisted! This is one of the best tutorials i have had the pleasure of reading, even more, my understanding of preventing spywware was minimal and am now confident, after following the tutorial, that i have carried out all the neccesary procedures to block spyware from my computer.

    Props to Frank "Dom" DeJesus, for a great guide!
     
  2. bstef9950

    bstef9950 -=[DHzer0point Team]=-

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    Im currently running Web Root Spy Sweeper and it has been great,But i did install the MS one a few weeks ago it has yet to find anything new, so spy spy sweeper must be doing pretty good!!
     
  3. Firstperson

    Firstperson What?

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    Its good to know I know what I am doing because those are the three and only three programs I have been using for years!!!
     
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    A very great guide :)
    I'm using Lavasoft's Ad-Aware SE Personal, working perfectly for me :p
     
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    I can't start a new thread. Whats that about?
     
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    This guide is really outdated now. I would not really go by it at this point, though adaware, spybot and spywareblaster are heavily recommended.

    There are some other tools that will be included in the next guide which will be in Zardon's hands in the next few weeks. (Webroot changing their demo/trial version altered my guide too much)
     
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    craig5320 Well-Known Member

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    This forum is the DriverHeaven Guide forum, you'll notice all the threads are actually guides that have been posted and not topical threads, if you're wanting to submit a guide there is a thread about this in the list.

    Craig
     
  8. danked

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    good read thx
     
  9. Eshwar

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    Good yp
     
  10. Razgriz

    Razgriz Intelligence?

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    Spybot S&D FTW!!!!
     
  11. mtsaint

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    thanks

    well i've never had serious problems and thaks to your guide i wont. already use AVG and ADaware as well as windows defender-wd being the least effectual seemingly. I also use firefox and since i havent had any homepage redirection or auto downloads(random programs just showing up). i thought i was pretty clean until spybot ran about 10 items shown on the list with 1 to 10 appended items per item. yikes. spent my afternoon destroying with spybot it was well worth it.:)
     

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