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PCBooster Free AntiSpyware
PCBooster Free AntiSpyware
Guard Your Computer against Spyware & Other Malware
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Quick Guide for Spyware Removing

Tutorials & Related Articles

Detect and Remove Spyware

How to Detect and Remove Spyware?

Spyware creates backdoors for intruders and is not easy to find. At the very worst, it usually refuses to be uninstalled through your control panel when caught. PCBooster Free AntiSpyware is able to scan every corner of your computer to search out & remove all the spyware and other malware threats. As a professional anti-spyware tool, it has a vast database with constant updating which won't let you slip any newest spyware attack.


Symptoms of Spyware Infections

Your system runs noticeably slower than it did before. It could be infected by spyware. Spyware is a type of software that is installed on your computer to watch and record your activity. Some types of spyware record your keystrokes and information that you type into websites or other programs and then use that information for targeted advertising or identity theft.


Ways Spyware Can Get on Your Computer

Spyware usually ends up on your machine because of something you do, like clicking a button on a pop-up window, installing a software package or agreeing to add functionality to your Web browser. These applications often use trickery to get you to install them, from fake system alert messages to buttons that say "cancel" when they really install spyware. Here are some general ways in which spyware finds its way into your computer:


Spyware Danger Level Estimation

In the vernacular of Homeland Security, the spyware "threat level" is somewhere between Elevated and High. If your business operates in a regulated environment, place the threat level between High and Severe.