Spy Sweeper 3.0 Download

Spyware has eclipsed viruses as the fastest growing online threat, infecting nearly 90% of Internet connected PCs. Spyware can infect your system in many different ways: visiting a spy-spreading web site, opening a spy-carrying email attachment, downloading a spy as part of another (often “free”) software program, etc. Your privacy, and even your identity, is at high risk if you surf the Internet more than one hour a week, share your computer or use file-sharing programs like KaZaa. Traditional anti-virus programs and firewalls don’t offer protection from invasive and harmful spyware programs that can manifest themselves in many ways on your PC. New from Webroot, the leader in privacy protection, Spy Sweeper safely detects and removes more traces of spyware than any other program including; Trojans, adware, keyloggers and system monitoring tools (e.g. Gator, Xupiter, Backorifice and more). Unscrupulous marketers, hackers and thieves work daily to create new intrusive, harmful and annoying spyware to invade your privacy and steal your personal information.

Spy Sweeper spy definition databases are updated on a regular basis, offering protection against the latest threats, arming you with knowledge including background information such as where spies came from and the level of harm they pose, and offering recommendations on how to protect yourself and your PC. And because removing some spyware can break other programs on your system, Spy Sweeper offers the ability to quarantine (or disable) spyware, preventing the spy from functioning, but still allowing you access to your favorite free or shareware programs. Don’t get caught without protection from harmful spyware that invades your privacy and can even lead to identity theft. Protect yourself and your PC with the most comprehensive anti-spyware tool available. Download Spy Sweeper today – it’s free to try!

Limitations: Included in this free version of the software is a one-time update to your spyware definitions, which will enable immediate detection and removal of more than 4,900 spyware threats. It is available for 1 or 2 year purchase from there.

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