What is the best spyware blockers software?
I was wondering if the one at http://www.SpywareBlockersInc.com is a good spyware blocker. Thanks
I would like to suggest that you should go for complete antivirus solutions that protects your from virus, trojan, malware, spyware and adware.
My pc was just infected by Trojan and this trojan simply copied the username and password of my ftp software start injection iframe injection inside my website pages.
All the websites were damaged. At the time of attack I was using separate freeware antivirus , malware and spyware. All the Free version just don't detect the threat.
Problem solved when I use complete antivirus solution that protects from every threat and the virus database is updated every time I run my pc. I am using Kaspersky Internet Security.
Hope this answered your question.
I prefer eset.com "Nod32". They have a complete package, which covers everything. And it has automatic updates that take effect immediately. Also radio guru Leo LaPorte likes it.
Use a combination of them. Since they are not large files, your computer should be able to handle them and they are much more effective when working together. Try superantispyware, spywareblaster, and malwarebytes anti-malware. Just be sure to keep them updated
My suggestion is avira
its free and it have way to good heuristic that detect spyware and viruses that are not detected by any antivirus yet by detecting what they are trying to do
i posted a tutorial on my hub about those issues which is also posted with other security related tutorials on my hub and on my site
feel free to check it and note this is not advertising my site mentioned it here because u can ask for specific tutorial there for example if u have problems on something security related or ask for help,so i think it will be helpfull
The best one is Spyware Doctor. But spyware blockers are not sufficient to protect your PC, you need to have a firewall, an anti-virus too.
Spyware Doctor is the best. In my pc i am also using this software for clean up the spyware.
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