Posted 26 April 2005 - 09:11 PM
Posted 26 April 2005 - 11:06 PM
Windows is so fragile, that dual layer protection is good. I used to have Webroot spysweeper running, but found it was in my face all the time, and PC-Cilling now has spyware killing too, as does Microsoft for free for now. What I learned is 1) The PC is so fragile (windows) that no matter how much software you buy and how many services you turn off, it's always full of bad stuff. If you make your PC safe, you won't have any fun with it.2) No anti-virus software program or spyware program can do it all.I've used Sophos, great at finding but no good at updating or fixing. Norton, in your face, pain in the butt, Mcaffee - update hell, AVG - you have to update it yourself, and PC-cillin, my current favorite, but last friday between the every 3-hour updates, a bunch of PCs (mine too) got hit. Even though I have a Cuda in front of the PCs, many viruses go over UDP or other ways, not via email these days. 3) the more anti-hack, anti-virus, anti-spyware, anti-cookie software you install, the more trouble you have recovering windows on a failure. I have an XP SP2 full install disk, it would not install as I had too may anti-virus and anti-spyware programs installed - that's what Microsoft told me!
OK, what is the deal with the anti-spyware box? Anybody tried this yet? Any word? Looks like it does general website filtering as well.Looks like it tells me the infected clients, but I still need something to install to clean them (Spybot, Adaware, etc.). :cry: Any news? I need anti-spyware really bad :evil: , so I need to know if this guy is going to do the trick. Thanks.
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