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this program is getting raves but should it


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fleamailman

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Ok, this one seems to getting the thumbs up and is free but being someone who goes more by feedback, does anyone know or use it here?

quote: Easily remove over 100,000 pests such as SmitFraud, Vundo, WinFixer, SpyAxe, SpyFalcon, and thousands more!


http://www.superanti...efreevspro.html

Edited by fleamailman, 18 September 2006 - 04:39 AM.

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Johanna

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The author of that program is Nick Skrepetos, a regular contributor on alt.privacy.spyware
http://groups.google...privacy.spyware
From what I understand the paid version has a few more features, but the program is stable, sound and effective. If it weren't, they would have eaten him alive on that board.
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loophole

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Its very good and stacks up well against Ewido and Spysweeper. Nick Skrepetos is very quick about updating and fixing any problems. Really, I dont know why it isn't used more...
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Facedown98

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I'm on the fence at this point :whistling:
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