Spyware Blaster

  frostysnowman 11:41 29 Apr 07
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Is this software alright to use with other real-time protection software? Any advice appreciated.

  MAJ 11:44 29 Apr 07

Perfectly okay to do that, frostysnowman. I have been doing it for the past few years. Do you have any particular "real-time protection software" in mind?

  frostysnowman 11:50 29 Apr 07

Thanks for your quick reply. I am at present using NIS 2007 which has anti-spyware protection, but I am confused as to wihch other anti-spyware software to use alongside NIS 2007 so as not to cause any conflicts.

  MAJ 12:02 29 Apr 07

Spywareblaster will work fine alongside NIS 2007, frostysnowman. You could also try Superantispyware click here, it's a pretty good one too.

  Daibus 12:12 29 Apr 07

May I just ask if Spywareblaster will function satisfactorily if Spyware Terminator RealTime is being used?

Cheers.

  MAJ 12:17 29 Apr 07

I've never used Spyware Terminator, Daibus, but try it out, I have never known Spywareblaster to conflict with any other antispyware product.

  Belatucadrus 14:47 29 Apr 07

Spywareblaster isn't a "Realtime" program, what it does is install passive Killbits to block spyware being installed. Once the Killbit is enabled the program can be turned off as it's done its job, as a result it doesn't take any RAM, load the CPU or clash with live coverage systems.

  Daibus 18:53 29 Apr 07

Many thanks.

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