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pokornyb

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go get your free security software and information at http://www.everyPCneeds.com
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Fenor

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Hey pokornyb!

Did you create this site yourself or is it the work of someone else, because it looks pretty good so far. :tazz:

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pokornyb

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i have designed it, just looking for more content
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don77

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While we applaud you for your efforts do not spam the forum,
In fac it is nicely laid out, Couple things I noticed at first glance,

Your spam filetring link is coming back as page not found.

On your virus page

A computer virus and be costly and from my own experience can be a pain in the neck.


A computer virus "and" be costly and from my own experience can be a pain in the neck, should be "can"

You can add the link to your sig,
Again please don't go spamming the boards with the link in a new topic in every forum or the link will be removed and closed

BTW you may want to post it in the web design forum and ask the folks there for some feed back :tazz:

Thank you keep up the good work :)
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cool beans, thanks for the input
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Your very welcome :tazz:
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Not bad!
I have a few suggestions:
I believe ZoneAlarm has a newer version, and you could add other free firewalls.
You could suggest free online scans and add Avast!.
Your spam link doesn't work.
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don77

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As this is not related to the windows forum I m moving it to its proper place in Web Design
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Some things you might want to consider adding is a link to the following:The only one of these that isn't totally free is Ewido Security Suite, but it does offer full-functionality trial period for I think 30 days.

Edited by Fenor, 08 October 2005 - 10:54 AM.

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Antartic-Boy

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Also visit these links to see what can you add more:

http://www.geekstogo...action=cat&id=2
http://ScHwErV.geekstogo.com/links.php

Anyway very good start :tazz:
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Fenor

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Here are some links for Spam Filtering:Fenor

Edited by Fenor, 08 October 2005 - 10:43 AM.

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Just a word of caution here while a lot of these links that are being provided are very good,
You may not want to add any related to fixes for specific infections, I think your intend is to provide more of a prevetion and simple removal, meaning the likes of Ad-aware,Spybot, online virus scans, Ewido (Keep in mind that can only be used on 2k and XP) should you add it to your site you may note that as to not send a ME or 9x user into a tail spin :tazz:

Also if I may add that adding links for HJT for instance you may want to also note that removal of any items from HJT should be done under the supervision of a qualified person, Trust me we have seen where someone checked every item in a HJT log and then couldn't understand why the computer didn't work anymore
Meaning maybe you could add some links to say Geeks to Go malware page and or any other forums you may be familiar with.

As another note while we have not seen many problems with cleanup! we have seen a few so I caution you on putting it up along with CCleaner

Please don't turn this into a debate over why or why not using cleanup! or CCleaner, I am just giving my feed back for pokornyb as to whether he wants to add them or not Thank you


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I agree with you totally here Don, and as such I have modified my previous post. :tazz:

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