Nopers, it won't 'find' them on every computer. I ran that check and it didn't come up. The two you named have never been on my
computer. Comet Cursor rides in very sneakily, though, through a self-installer. If you disable that function in your settings,
some of that stuff won't get through.
I like a lot of the suggestions the others had, 'cause I'm not very happy with MSN and IE. Gets my eyes all Clinty-like............
Hope you find something that works for you,
----- Original Message -----
From: "Park McKellop" <squire009@...>
Sent: Thursday, December 02, 2004 1:32 PM
Subject: [SCA-JML] Webroot.com
I ran it, and it said I had 3 items. Comet cursor, push.com, and a third one. I'm willing to bet that it will 'find' those on
every computer in existence, as a selling ploy. I've had comet cursor, and that is a pain to remove. Adaware checks for it so I'm
pretty sure I really don't have it.
Elizabeth Chase <elizabethlchase@...> wrote:
I employ a gang of shinobi who scout for spyware....... WebRoot's Spy Sweeper http://www.webroot.com holds back the invading
hordes fairly well. Then I have two firewalls.......... Microsoft's and ZoneLabs.
The first time I ran SpySweeper it picked up files and bits in the mid-4,000s...... one to four a day since then, and my 'puter
is much faster and obedient.
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