[pcductape] Re: IE can't find URL
- From: Bob Vandersteen <bvan@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- To: pcductape@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Sat, 02 Aug 2003 09:16:53 -0700
At 08:38 AM 8/2/03 -0500, Ctm007 wrote:
>I sure am glad for Spybot.
FWIW, I run both Spybot and Ad-Aware.
Ad-Aware always finds 2 or 3 items that Spybot missed.
There's a new online scan called "PestScan" <http://www.pestscan.com>
PestScan found _A LOT_ of items that Spybot and Ad-Aware missed on
my machine. (both bad cookies & Reg entries)
The following is from the "Langalist"
4) Speaking Of Anti-Adware...
PestPatrol recently launched a free, comprehensive online spyware detection
PestScan from PestPatrol is a web-based program that runs right from the
PestPatrol website, downloading just a few small components to the user's
computer. It is designed to provide a quick and easy way to scan Windows
PCs for spyware, keyloggers, and other computer pests in the places they
are most likely to be hiding. The PestScan results link directly to
PestPatrol's extensive pest information database, enabling users to find
out exactly what the threat level is.
PestScan can be accessed through the PestScan button on the
http://www.pestpatrol.com home page or directly at http://www.pestscan.com
. The PestScan microsite is self-contained, with simple instructions for
downloading the ActiveX code, running the scan, and interpreting the
results, as well as direct links to the master pest information database
and the rest of the PestPatrol site. The technology behind PestScan
represents the first publicly available implementation of the overhauled
and streamlined engine that will underlie future releases of the PestPatrol
It looks good so far. Check it out!
The only problem is: The scan is free, but they want you to pay for
the removal. However, you can use their readout to trace/delete the
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