Webroot Spy Sweeper 5.5.1 Build 3354

Webroot Spy Sweeper 5.5.1 Build 3354 – Spy Sweeper safeguards your identity and restores system performance through fast, smart and powerful anti-spyware protection. Spy Sweeper protects against all types of spyware, including system monitors, Trojan horses, and other threats like CoolWebSearch, Look2Me, and more. Spy Sweeper’s advanced removal engine deletes the toughest spyware programs – even removing mutated or “rootkit” spies, some of the nastiest next-generation spyware threats – which are specifically designed to avoid detection and removal. This removal technology saves time and effort by eliminating these vicious threats in one sweep – requiring no need for multiple reboots. As soon as it’s installed, Spy Sweeper with AntiVirus offers 360 degrees of protection against spyware and viruses and is now compatible with Windows Vista. Product features include: * Detect and disinfect viruses, spyware, Trojans and worms at the point of infection to keep your PC safe * Your PC can be completely cleaned and disinfected in just a couple of mouse clicks – it’s that easy. * Protect your PC and your Internet activities without any cumbersome configuration using Spy Sweeper with AntiVirus software. Read full story… [NeoWin-Software]
Webroot Spy Sweeper 5.5.1 Build 3354Spy Sweeper safeguards your identity and restores system performance through fast, smart and powerful anti-spyware protection. Spy Sweeper protects against all types of spyware, including system monitors, Trojan horses, and other threats like CoolWebSearch, Look2Me, and more. Spy Sweeper’s advanced removal engine deletes the toughest spyware programs – even removing mutated or “rootkit” spies, some of the nastiest next-generation spyware threats – which are specifically designed to avoid detection and removal. This removal technology saves time and effort by eliminating these vicious threats in one sweep – requiring no need for multiple reboots. As soon as it’s installed, Spy Sweeper with AntiVirus offers 360 degrees of protection against spyware and viruses and is now compatible with Windows Vista.

Product features include:

* Detect and disinfect viruses, spyware, Trojans and worms at the point of infection to keep your PC safe
* Your PC can be completely cleaned and disinfected in just a couple of mouse clicks – it’s that easy.
* Protect your PC and your Internet activities without any cumbersome configuration using Spy Sweeper with AntiVirus software.

Read full story…

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