peteoutside at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 14 16:15:48 GMT 2004
I appreciate the suggestions...especially as I have discovered loads of spy/adware on my client's computers (including some rather nasty keyloggers on my parents' machine).
But what I'm actually wondering is, has anyone assessed the degree of vulnerability presented by this kind of software? Ie, how exploitable are they? Anyone heard of any system compromises involving these programs? That it is possible means it has probably already happened, I just haven't heard about it...
"Bruyere, Michel" <mbruyere at ezemcanada.com> wrote:
I'd add a scan with Spybot search and destroy too, it catches some that
ad-aware misses and vice versa. http://www.safer-networking.org/
> Download ad-aware, free, and run it no just one machine.. You'd be
> at how much add/tracking software is loaded on an uncontrolled machine:
> Then do an free on line active scan against the same computer from
> G'luck and make a pot of coffee,
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