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Author Topic: SpyMe Tools: Monitors for install of malware  (Read 2482 times)


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SpyMe Tools: Monitors for install of malware
« on: November 07, 2006, 06:38 PM »
SpyMe monitors the drive and registry for the install of malware

SpyMe Tools is very useful in detecting Registry and Disk changes. If any application installs spyware, adware, dlls, programs, files, or any other type of file, picture, or program, etc. or changes the Registry's content, you will be able to see exactly where the modification occurred so you can take measures. It seems like more and more programs are attempting to install spyware, advertisements, or other garbage without your knowledge, but with this software you will know everything that is added or removed.
To detect Registry/Disk changes the program will create Dumps of the actual states of Registry/Disk. This means that at any time you can open the Dump file and view the contents of the Registry/Disk just as they were when you've scanned the Registry/Disk...

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Re: SpyMe Tools: Monitors for install of malware
« Reply #1 on: November 07, 2006, 06:41 PM »
just to add: it's free.


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Re: SpyMe Tools: Monitors for install of malware
« Reply #2 on: November 08, 2006, 11:27 PM »
A small warning about this one:

Turn off the active protection while scanning....or may cause your system to lock up.