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Chapter 1: Essential Procedures
Chapter 2: 21 months later, Vista is still more secure than XP
Chapter 3: Technology, Computer Virus & Malware News Feeds
Chapter 4: Anti-Virus Websites
Chapter 5: Anti-Malware-Spyware Web Sites
Chapter 6: Get Your Windows Back To Health
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PCHELL: Ten Steps to Trouble-Free Computing
Step 1: Know Your System
The first preventive step you need to perform is to take an inventory of your computer system. This information will be vital if you later have to contact technical support or have your system serviced.

Start by noting your serial number and model number. With this information, your system manufacturer can determine the components of your system. If you've added components to your system, note the model and version numbers of the components. You'll find this information in the documentation that accompanies add-on hardware.

A definite must-have program to complete a system inventory is Belarc Advisor, a free program showing a detailed profile of your installed software and hardware, missing Microsoft hotfixes, anti-virus status, CIS (Center for Internet Security) benchmarks, and displays the results in your Web browser.

Beyond these basics, you need to get details of your system's configuration. On Windows PCs, this means copying and printing a few important system files that will come in handy if you later have a problem or need to speak to a tech-support person. The simplest way to preserve your system configuration files is to run the Sysedit program. With Windows 95/98/ME, click on Start, RUN, type SYSEDIT in the blank window, and click OK. It will bring up all your system files -- from AUTOEXEC.BAT to SYSTEM.INI -- in Wordpad windows. From there, you can save them to a floppy disk and print them out. In Windows 3.1, you'll find the Sysedit icon in the Main group. With Windows XP/2000, you can go into Accessories, System Tools, System Information to find and print this important data.

If you own a Mac, you don't need to copy system files, but you should make a list of all the INIT and CDEV files -- collectively called system extensions -- that load on start-up. Conflicts among these files are a common source of program crashes on Macs. You can see a list of these files using the Extensions Manager Control Panel, which also lets you turn off one or more extensions so that, by process of elimination, you can identify which one is causing you problems. One limitation of Extensions Manager is that it doesn't let you print a list of extensions. If you want a list, you have to print the Screen.

1. Know Your System
2. Make a Boot Disk
3. Tune Your Disk
4. Store with a Plan
5. Back Up Your Data
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7. Stick with the Program
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10. Shut Down Gracefully

Try looking at this page for references concerning all the programs that are advertised as anti-spyware programs but are actually rogue or bogus anti-spyware programs with false positives for spyware:

Choose English,obviously, although there are about 20 languages to chose from. Spybot is free ,BTW. Donations are encouraged. That will bring you to the index page: Spybot - index

If you have a spyware problem, head for the Forum and then Malware Removal.

But before you post your problem, obviously download Spybot, read the tutorial with care, then download a HijackThis file and run that. But, again before you post with the results of the HijackThis file which takes a snapshot of your important system files, you HAVE TO DO AN ONLINE SCAN of YOUR COMPUTER with one of the SCANNERS THEY SUGGEST OR THE EXPERTS WILL REALLY BE MAD AT YOU.


I also strongly suggest you go to this page for further study: Spyware Warrior

and in particular, go to Rogue_Anti-Spyware to find out "The Spyware Warrior List of Rogue/Suspect Anti-Spyware Products & Web Sites."

Also, try their Anti-Spyware Program Comparison site at: Anti-Spyware Features

I have found that I need 5 anti-spyware programs to keep me completely free: SpySweeper (168k definitions), Spybot S&D, System Mechanic, Windows Defender and XoftSpySE (208K definitions). I also have found I need 3 Registry cleaner programs: Registry Medic, System Mechanic, and the best RegCure which comes with XoftSpySE for Free.All do different things and help in different ways.

The Finest Up-To-The-Day Spyware Blog : Spyware Daily This is excellent.

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Types of Spyware

Many Spyware programs specialize in performing one task-displaying ads, collecting data, changing browser settings, etc. - and can be easily categorized. However there are a large number that perform a variety of different actions and are harder to label. Still, a vocabulary for the different types of Spyware threats has grown useful within the industry and may help home users detect and diagnose threats.


Displays unwanted or intrusive advertisements, or facilitates the delivery of unwanted ads. The Adware label covers a broad range of threats that can display ads in browser windows, open commercial Web sites, and collect data for market research.

Browser Helper Object (BHO)

BHOs are not inherently dangerous. They are DLL files that are executed by Internet Explorer. Add-in toolbars and sidebars are BHOs, and many of them are completely benign, like the Google toolbar. However, a great number of BHOs function as Spyware, tracking Web usage, recording private data and even displaying ads.

Browser Hijacker

Changes Web browser settings like homepage, search page, error page, and Favorites/Bookmarks. Browser hijackers are a common form of Spyware, affecting millions of computers across North America alone. If your homepage changes unexpectedly or your search results seem strange, you may have a browser hijacker.


Programs that access a user's phone line via a phone-connected modem. Dialers can make unauthorized calls to pay-per-minute phone services, costing the user hundreds of dollars in phone charges.


Downloads and installs unsolicited files or programs, often without notifying the user or requesting permission. Downloader programs are especially dangerous because they allow any type of file, including worms and viruses, to be downloaded onto the user's computer


Exploits a security vulnerability in another program, often to allow an intruder to remotely access the user's computer. A threat is often classified as an exploit if it is known to exploit a vulnerability, but its other effects are unknown.


Sends massive amounts of data to a computer or network in an attempt to overload and disable a network/Internet connection.


Records keystrokes into a log file and may transmit or e-mail the file to an intruder. Keyloggers can record passwords and logins, allowing intruders to access passworded programs and web sites, including online banking accounts. Most keyloggers log ALL keystrokes.


A generic term for software designed specifically to do damage-"malicious software." Malware and viruses seem similar, but Malware is typically not self-replicating or designed for PC-to-PC distribution.

Remote Administration Tool (RAT)

Allows a remote intruder to access a user's PC and perform unwanted actions ranging from basic data collection to file erasure and uploading, restart and shutdown, and even hard-drive formatting. Similar to so-called "backdoor" applications, RATs give intruders easy access to a PC.


Designed to collect data for a variety of purposes, true Spyware (or surveillance) applications record personal or private information and transmit it to a third party. Often this data is used for market research and advertising, but more malicious Spyware programs attempt to steal passwords, logins, banking details and credit card information.

Trackware/Data Miner

Tracks the user's Web usage, Web searches, or general computer use. Cookies are one kind of data miner, and although most are harmless, some attempt to collect private information.


They're not Spyware, but the following are commonly associated with many Spyware threats.


Trojan horse programs take their name from the mythical wooden horse that carried hidden Greek soldiers into Troy. These programs contain hidden functionality, often posing as useful applications yet performing Spyware or Adware functions, or allowing remote access.


Worms are self-replicating, fast-spreading Internet threats that are more akin to viruses than Spyware. They differ from viruses in that they can replace entire files on the host computer. Both viruses and worms attempt to spread to as many computers as possible, using e-mail, the Internet, and file-sharing networks as methods of distribution.