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    Cool ewido Anti-Spyware

    Hi all, I don't usually reccomend products like this, but I feel this needs mentioning, it is by far the best Spyware/Ad-aware/Malware/Trojen scanner I have ever seen, AFTER running Spybot Search and Destroy and Ad-Aware SE Professional, It stumbeled across 590 CRITICAL OBJECTS.

    It is $29.99 or 19.99 for a years subscription or 30 days is free.

    Download/Test at http://www.ewido.net/en/

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    were the objects it found really "critical objects" because my spyware picks up some of my games as spyware....
    What?

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    if you don't use IE i don't see the point of these apps.. how else do you get spyware/adware? maybe using p2p, downloading exe's which you have no idea of what they really are. in which case you shouldn't use p2p at all. i haven't had any type of malware in years.. and i'm not using ANY protection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by say what
    were the objects it found really "critical objects" because my spyware picks up some of my games as spyware....
    Yes they were critical objects.

    Quote Originally Posted by fuflo
    if you don't use IE i don't see the point of these apps.. how else do you get spyware/adware? maybe using p2p, downloading exe's which you have no idea of what they really are. in which case you shouldn't use p2p at all. i haven't had any type of malware in years.. and i'm not using ANY protection.
    Even with Mozilla Firefox you still get malware, spyware and viruses, I only ever use Mozilla and still get it.

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