Re: Best Anti Spy Software!

hello, this is not bill but which version of ghost are you using? version 9
can work with windows, others work in dos, regards
----- Original Message -----
From: "andrew shipp" <andrew-shipp4@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, October 17, 2004 8:52 PM
Subject: Re: Best Anti Spy Software!


Hello Bill,  So do you use Jaws?  if so what version of Jaws do you use,
this is to do with accessing  ghost,  I need to know this as my friend and I
have both got ghost and we cannot get it to work for.  I am using Jaws 501
with Windows XP home
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Bill" <bill.cam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, October 17, 2004 11:43 AM
Subject: Re: Best Anti Spy Software!


> hmm that depends onhow you determine what makes one the best.
>
> live scanning?
> the ability to back up prior to ridding one self of pest?
> in my view the backup should be the default setting, not an extra step.
>
> the ability to stop many differant categories of spy and add software.
> plus hi jackers and trojans.
> plus cookies.
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> consumer reports rated them this way,
>
> add aware pro that cost money, pest patrol,
> spy bot in third and web root spy sweeper in fourth.
>
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> realize this, they said that scanning in back ground is needed because spy
> software is more prevalent than viruses are.
>
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> so add aware freeby is downgraded because only the paid versionoffers that
> feature.
>
> in addition its not very speech friendly, so my nod goes to pest patrol as
> best for blind folks.
> pest patrol and web root both need some mouse action to use them.
>
> if you use eudora upgrade to latest version if you opt for pest patrol.
>
>
> so the best freeby that scans is spy bot.
>
> by the way neither the newest spy bot or add aware could remove lop.com
> from a friends system.
>
> that surprised me seeing as how that sucker was around for awhile.
>
> another friend removed lop.com with web roots spy sweeper.
>
>
> get the picture the software is always playing catch up similar to anti
> virus software.
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> so one program may catch what others do not catch.
>
> my advice use 2, and set only one to scan in background.
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>
> i like pest patrol because it automaticly removes all cookies 5 seconds
> after there put on the drive.
>
> not surehow to manage cookies with this apt because i never want any
> cookies, but if you do then this feature may not be for you.
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> still if you want a recommendation, also consider hi jack this.
>
> if you have a nasty this program is not for the beginner, but if you have
a
> clean system it can be very easy to use it.
>
> run it on a clean system and safe a log for comparison purposes.
>
> this tool is used when the others fail.
>
>
> still my best anti hi jacker tool  is ghost, roll back prior to trouble
> with ghost 2003.
>
> bill
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