Spyware Annihilator Pro questions - Spyware Annihilator Pro FAQ

Spyware Annihilator Pro questions - Spyware Annihilator Pro FAQ
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Spyware Annihilator Pro questions

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How to start

  1. Run the Spyware Annihilator Pro;
  2. Choose the computer resources (Memory, Registry, Cookies, Drives) spyware will be searched at. The checkbox near the choosen resource should be enabled;
  3. Click the "Scan" button with the magnifier picture;

That's all. Spyware Annihilator Pro will find and remove all the "spyware" within the selected computer resources.

What is Spyware?

In general, spyware is any technology that aids in gathering information about a person or organization without their knowledge. On the Internet, spyware is programming that is put in someone's computer to secretly gather information about the user and relay it to advertisers or other interested parties. Spyware can get in a computer as a software virus or as the result of installing a new program. Data collecting programs that are installed with the user's knowledge are not, properly speaking, spyware, if the user fully understands what data is being collected and with whom it is being shared.

Spyware is part of an overall public concern about privacy on the Internet.

Millions of people are using advertising supported "spyware" products and could not care less about the privacy hype..., in fact some "spyware" programs are among the most popular downloads on the Internet.

What is The Cookie?

The cookie is a well-known mechanism for storing information about an Internet user on their own computer. However, the existence of cookies and their use is generally not concealed from users, who can also disallow access to cookie information. Nevertheless, to the extent that a Web site stores information about you in a cookie that you don't know about, the cookie mechanism could be considered a form of spyware. DoubleClick, a leading banner ad serving company, changed its plans to combine cookie information with database information from other sources to target ad campaigns directly to individuals without their permission. DoubleClick's current policy is not to collect "personally-identifiable" information about a user without their explicit permission or "opt-in."

What is the list of "spyware" Spyware Annihilator Pro works with?

  1. 7FaSSt
  2. Aadcom
  3. AccessPlugin
  4. ACXInstall
  5. AdBreak
  6. Admonitor
  7. adpowerzone
  8. AdScholar
  9. AdultLinks
  10. Advertising
  11. Advertising.com
  12. Adware
  13. Alexa
  14. All-In-One Telecom
  15. Aornum
  16. ASpam
  17. Aureate
  18. ausvc
  19. Avenue A Inc
  20. B3DProjector
  21. BackWeb
  22. Bargain Buddy
  23. Bargains
  24. BDE
  25. Bfast
  26. BHO
  27. BHO3Lib
  28. Bonzi Buddy
  29. BookmarkExpress
  30. BookmarkCentral
  31. boombar
  32. Brodcast background agent
  33. Brilliant Digital
  34. BrowserToolbar
  35. BrowseEvt
  36. Bulla
  37. Burnaby
  38. buttonware
  39. BuyersPort
  40. C2
  41. CashBar
  42. CashToolbar
  43. centrport
  44. ClickTheButton
  45. ClipGenie
  46. CnsMin
  47. CNBabeIE
  48. CometCursor
  49. Comload
  50. Common Name
  51. ContextPro
  52. Coulomb
  53. Coremetrics
  54. CrackedEarth
  55. CRS
  56. Cydoor
  57. Cytron
  58. DailyWinner
  59. DDCM
  60. DialerOffline
  61. Doubleclick
  62. DownloadReceiver
  63. DownloadWare
  64. Downloader-W
  65. DSS Agent
  66. eboom
  67. eGroup
  68. Engage Inc
  69. Enliven
  70. EOPS
  71. ETraffic
  72. ExactSearch
  73. ExplWWW
  74. ezCyberSearch
  75. Ez Search Bar
  76. Ezula
  77. FastClick
  78. FavoriteMan
  79. FirstPop
  80. Flash Track
  81. Flyswat
  82. Focalink
  83. FreeScratchAndWin
  84. FriendGreetings
  85. genieknows
  86. GoCyberSearch
  87. GoHip
  88. Gratisware
  89. greasycow
  90. Hijacker
  91. HighTraffic
  92. HitBox
  93. Hopper
  94. Hotbar
  95. HotText
  96. httpload
  97. Hunt Tool Bar
  98. HuntBar
  99. IEAccess
  100. IEPlugin
  101. IExpl
  102. IGetNet
  103. ignkeywords
  104. Ikena
  105. ILookup
  106. INetSpeak
  107. InvisiblePop
  108. IPInsight
  109. iWon
  110. JaypeeSysBHO
  111. Keylogger - Hack99
  112. larint
  113. Linksynergy
  114. lop
  115. Marketscore
  116. MasterConnector
  117. MediaLoads
  118. Mediaplex
  119. MediaPops
  120. MediaLoadsEnhanced
  121. Meridian
  122. Mindset
  123. MoneyTree
  124. Morpheus
  125. musicmagnet
  126. MyAccess
  127. MySearch
  128. MyWay
  129. Ngd
  130. NetIQ
  131. NetPal
  132. NetSonic
  133. Network Essentials
  134. NetSetter
  135. NewDotNet
  136. NowBox
  137. NSUpdate
  138. Onflow
  139. OnlineDialer
  140. Ornum
  141. Ortyc
  142. ossproxy
  143. Popupper
  144. PrizePopper
  145. PerMedia
  146. Pugi
  147. Qual net
  148. Radiate
  149. RapidBlaster
  150. Raven
  151. rb32
  152. rpsearch
  153. SBar
  154. Savenow
  155. SearchAndBrowse
  156. Search Explorer Bar
  157. Searchex
  158. SearchHook
  159. SearchIt
  160. SearchSquire
  161. Sexlist
  162. Sextracker
  163. SideStep
  164. SmartPops
  165. Sputnik
  166. StarDialer
  167. StripPlayer
  168. SubSearch
  169. SunInfoConnect
  170. SuperBar
  171. TargetingSource
  172. Targetnet
  173. Targit
  174. Timesink
  175. TinyBar
  176. TopMoxie
  177. TopText
  178. Tracker
  179. TrackIExplorer
  180. Transponder
  181. Trojan - Benjamin KaZaA
  182. Trojan - DocTor
  183. Trojan - Element
  184. Trojan - Klez
  185. Trojan - NetBUIE
  186. Trojan - wbeCheck
  187. UCmore
  188. ucmie
  189. UniDist
  190. ValueClick
  191. VLoading
  192. VX2
  193. VX2 RespondMiter
  194. Wazam.com
  195. wbeCheck
  196. web3000
  197. WebHancer
  198. webtrends
  199. WhenU
  200. Wild Tangent
  201. winobject
  202. Win Server
  203. WinSrv Reg
  204. Wurld Media
  205. WURLD Shopping Community
  206. XDialer
  207. X-Diver
  208. Xupiter
  209. xww.de
  210. xZoomy
  211. Zero Popup

What is "Ignore list" designed for?

"Ignore list" allows you to ignore some files/cookies/registry items while scanning the spyware. For example you have the file that is determined by Spyware Annihilator Pro as "spyware". But you know that this file isn't "spyware". Just add the above file to "Ignore list" and Spyware Annihilator Pro pass its the next scanning.

How to add item to "Ignore list"?

To add item to "Ignore list" you should make the spyware scanning the first part. When the "spyware" is found the dialog box with the "spyware" description is showed. To add this spyware to "Ignore list" just click "Ignore" button.

Why is the "Remove spyware automatically" option is disabled?

The "Remove spyware automaically" is disabled because you use the Trial version. Trial version search the spyware, but doesn't allow to remove it. To enable remove spyware functionality you should register the Spyware Annihilator Pro.

What is "Scan folder" design for?

"Scan folder" allows to find spyware within the certain folder. For example you can check the just downloaded to certain folder software.

If I don't find answer on my question what should I do?



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