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Is Adaware Personal (freeware) OK? [CLOSED]


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beforr

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Is Adaware Personal (freeware) OK for locating malware for the puposes of forum help or do I really need to use the paid-for version?

thx, Beforr
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greyknight17

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Welcome to GTG.

Ad-aware is a good program to use for cleaning out spyware. Not all free ones are good (or even the paid ones - these you have to be careful on also because some are fake and they rip you off).

We usually ask users to use Ad-aware, Spybot and Microsoft Antispyware. All which are free.
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Due to lack of feedback, this topic has been closed.

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