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Cobblestone

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Excuse me if this is not the correct place to post but I have one quick question. I got bombarded the other day with something from somewhere (Malware)that basically took over my machine. I tried everything to remove it, Ad-Aware SE Personal, Microsoft Antispy, and Spy-bot. They all found a lot of things and removed them however when I reconnected to the internet, some program left behind started it all up again. In searching forums, etc, yesterday, I found a program for $20 that gave me control of my system at start up. This program, Silent Sword, allowed me to boot the system up in a configuration that keep the spyware from loading their processes. From load to set up to finalization, was about 2 hours.

My question is has anyone here hear of this program. With all my reading about how to solve my problem I am now worried that the program that I purchased and worked is some sort of trick program that is actually stealing my data. I guess I am now overly paranoid about his stuff.

Could some let me know if they have heard of this program and if it is legit

Thx
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Metallica

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If this is the one: http://www.silent-sw...m/?src=overture

I personally think you could have gotten a similar program for free:
http://www.diamondcs...hp?page=regprot

Or more options for your money:
http://www.greatis.com/security/

But I have never heard of it being a spy.

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Regards,
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Metallica

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Antisource let me know he did a review of this software which can be found here:
http://www.antisourc...nt-sword-review

I will move this topic to another section so other people can respond.

Regards,
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