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View Poll Results: Whats the Best Spyware Remover Program?

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  • Spybot Search and Destroy

    11 30.56%
  • Ad-aware

    20 55.56%
  • Other

    5 13.89%
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  1. #21
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    Originally posted by Goslow@Sep 30 2003, 07:03 AM




    I tried all these links & not 1 of them took me to your Host File :angry:

    & I've been mean'n to get on to that so if your a bit slow and need a head start go to The Host With The Most
    ahhh , you did not try those sites did you? (your not supposed to go to MY Hosts file, besides, I have many implementations of them from UNIX, MAC, Win...)


    they are examples, made up out of thin-air to fill in the examples.
    I thought, after i wrote it, Should i have to post a "DO NOT CLICK THE LINKS THEY DO NOT EXIST, MADE UP FOR EXAMPLES ONLY". then i said no, no one will think they really are real links.

  2. #22

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    Originally posted by locustfurnace@Sep 30 2003, 12:07 AM
    "you need to monitor all outgoing data requests to those sites.
    so you need a network tool to view this for you."

    I guess I am not clear on exactly how do I monitor this? Is there a software to monitor this, or will it not be too "techy" that I can do this. All is seems quite simple enough. Thanks for the responses.

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    Originally posted by AquaHarmony@Oct 1 2003, 01:02 PM
    I guess I am not clear on exactly how do I monitor this? Is there a software to monitor this, or will it not be too "techy" that I can do this. All is seems quite simple enough. Thanks for the responses.
    there is ample tools for this. I would recommend a few, but I dont use many that are for the Windows OS. The ones I do use are very "techy", but I think this one might be kind of user-friendly
    CommView
    http://www.tamos.com/products/commview/

  4. #24
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    some spyware programs, some free some shareware



    a page you can read, to take control and learn how to prevent and or change a browser, from being hijacked, or fit incase it was.
    http://www.geekgirls.com/net_hijacked.htm

  5. #25
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    upping page to top, added some new Hi-jacking removal tools and browser tools

  6. #26
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    AoHell 9.0? Glitchy!!! It looks pretty and it's really neat when it doesn't crash. If the 3.5 hour download time doesn't bother you, go for it.

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    Originally posted by peoriafreak@Oct 15 2003, 04:30 AM
    AoHell 9.0? Glitchy!!! It looks pretty and it's really neat when it doesn't crash. If the 3.5 hour download time doesn't bother you, go for it.
    what does that have to do with spyware? Did you post in the wrong thread?
    this has nothing to do with AOL.
    Besides, go here http://www.tpasoft.com/adbuster/ and use their AOl AD Buster software to block those pesky AOL ads. "TPA Software's Golden Master Add On for America Online."

  8. #28

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    Freedom of : information for starters

    See you later, anti-Gators?

  9. #29
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    well, if they sue when someone says they are "spyware", just change the term from, "spyware" to "tracking" or "invasive" or "snooping" or even better yet, refer to them as "public announcers", defined as, "software which takes your personal net activites and makes em "public" to the highest bidder"

  10. #30

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    Originally posted by locustfurnace@Oct 24 2003, 12:10 AM
    you need to log in Goslow, and stop messing with the proxies
    I've been "messing" with proxies because

    The FBI has a new way of tracking terrorists.

    They are now able to see every click you make on the internet. Privacy advocates say this is bad, but the FBI says you will never even notice, and it won't affect the common man at all.


    Happy Surfing! (Note: Turn on javascripting if it is off)

    And I dont even have dangerous shoes !!


 

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