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  1. SpywareGuard will not slow down your computer in any way that will be noticeable. I'm done posting on this forum. --------------- Edited by moderation. Please refer to the forum rules!
  2. Yea, cuz SpywareGuard uses SO much processing power. And I can honestly say, all I use is SpywareBlaster, SpywareGuard and the Immunize feature of Spybot and I've never had an issue.
  3. I emailed them makers of SpywareGuard and asked if they had any plans of releasing more updates to it, and they emailed me back with a link to a post on their site. The post clearly states that yes, it is outdated, but if used in addition to an anti-spyware program, it still helps prevent infection. It isn't meant to be used by itself.
  4. SpywareGumrd is meant to be used in addition to an anti-spyware program, not in place of one. And yes, it does help. I use F-Secure BlackLight, the free edition, because it still helps in finding rootkits. Sorry for the misleading title, but only the best security freeware will be added to the initial post. And for the rest of you, quit whining and just be grateful that there are posts like this. They are useful to some people, especially those who are new to freeware.
  5. These are the apps that I have been using on my personal computer and I have had no issues with them and I have yet to be infected by any sort of malware. Anti-Spyware Ad-Aware 2007 Ewido MicroScanner Spybot Search & Destroy SpywareGuard SpywareBlaster Spyware Terminator Super Anti-Spyware AVG Anti-Spyware Windows Defender Anti-Virus McAfee Stinger AVG Anti-Virus Dr. Web CureIt Avast! Home Edition Anti-Rootkit Scanning: RogueRemover Panda Anti-Rootkit F-Secure BlackLight AVG Anti-Rootkit
  6. I use Ad-Aware 2007, Spybot S&D, Ewido MicroScanner, Super Anti-Spyware and AVG Anti-Spyware. I use SpywareGuard and SpywareBlaster to prevent spyware infections. Also, I use Mozilla Firefox with these addons: SafeCache, SafeHistory, McAfee SiteAdvisor and KeyScrambler.
  7. malikor

    Freeware!

    XP-AntiSpy is a little utility that lets you disable some built-in update and authetication 'features' in WindowsXP. For example, there's a service running in the background wich is called 'Automatic Updates'. I don`t know what this service transfers from my machine to other machines on the internet, especially the MS ones. So I play it safe and disable such functions. If you like, you can even disable these function manually, by going through the System and checking or unchecking some checkboxes. This will take you approximately half an hour. But why wasting time when a little neat utility can do the same in 1 minute? XP-Antispy was successfully tested by many users and was found to disable all the known 'Suspicious' Functions in WindowsXP. Download it here.
  8. malikor

    Freeware!

    This post covers all bases, and is very thorough. I'd like to post a link to a site that is dedicated to listing freeware security programs. They are also categorized. Check it out at: http://wiki.castlecops.com/Lists_of_Freewa...curity_Software
  9. Use Mozilla Firefox with the following addons: Secure Login SafeCache SafeHistory KeyScrambler Secure Login protects you by basically sandboxing your stored passwords until needed by a webpage that uses the stored login information. SafeCache and SafeHistory protect you from threats caused by spyware that gets a hold of your cache and/or history. KeyScrambler encrypts any and all keystrokes so as to protect you from KeyLoggers. Happy Web Crawling
  10. The Regsitry Defrag can be put in a Stable Version. A Beta version with that feature can be released to testers with a warning that it is Beta and the feature may or may not work properly. TuneUp Utilities has a RegDefrag Option but I would rather have that option in a portable, lightweight version that a large suite of apps that TuneUp has.
  11. Wouldn't it be nice if you could use that feature from within CCleaner and not need to run multiple apps?
  12. Add a utility to CCleaner to allow the program to Wipe Free Space. What this will do is make it impossible for people to use a data recovery program to get information back. A security precaution. Also, very useful for people who use and/or carry around portable USB drives or hard drives because then if the device is found, someone can't do an undelete operation and find private information.
  13. How about addin the option to just defragment the free space, instead of waiting fo it to defragment files first. This can be useful if you are defragmenting a portable USB Thumb Drive.
  14. malikor

    Freeware!

    Stand-Alone Freeware: MyUninstaller - Uninstall manager http://www.snapfiles.com/get/myuninstaller.html ATF-Clenaer - Disk Cleaner http://www.snapfiles.com/get/atfcleaner.html Autoruns - Startup Manager http://www.snapfiles.com/get/autoruns.html JkDefrag - Defragmenter http://www.snapfiles.com/reviews/JkDefrag/JkDefrag.html Pocket Killbox - File Shredder http://www.softpedia.com/get/Security/Secu...t-Killbox.shtml PC-Decrapifier - Software Remover http://www.snapfiles.com/get/pcdecrap.html Prevx CSI - Anti-Spyware Utility http://www.majorgeeks.com/Prevx_CSI_-_FREE...nner_d5785.html System Spec - System Information http://www.snapfiles.com/get/systemspec.html
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