I am willing to guess that there probably is some spyware on your computer. It is very prevalent everywhere and I am constantly battling to get rid of it on my computer. I go to so many sites day in and day out that I have to be picking up nefarious programs along the way without even knowing it.

I have been reading about Webroot Spy Sweeper software and how they are “SHX OGUONPR ZI RWP MAEJ ZUSBO-VCJSFPX OPKJCBLUSBP SGDURMPR”, what you can’t read that, well that is because it is in code. You can decipher the code at Autokey Chiper.

However, I could just tell you that “SPY SWEEPER IS THE MOST AWARD-WINNING ANTISPYWARE SOFTWARE”. I was interested in what awards this Spy Sweeper had won so I went to the site and checked it out. The first thing I noticed was that it has won 7 PC Magazine Editor’s Choice Awards. That right there flat out did it for me. I see PC magazine everywhere and they have been around a very long time. For a product to win the Editor’s choice award seven times is a sign of a solid product. Not to mention that this product has also won awards from PC World, C|Net and Smart Computing. There is an extensive list and the secret code is right on the money. Find out more for yourself about the best way to kill spyware on your PC.

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2 Responses to “Is there Spyware on your Computer?”

  1. MorganLighter says:

    Ben – SpySweeper has been a blessing. I use it along with TrendMicro and I’ve found it better than all the other spywares on the market, of which I, out of propriety, will not mention.

  2. Kelly Wright says:

    Webroot managed to maintain a really powerful antispyware. With added antivirus modules it’s become even better. Sadly, I can’t say same thing about Lavasoft’s software, it seems to have degraded since Ad-Aware 2007.
    Some products reach some spike in popularity and then fade away (like XoftSpy SE), so for techies it’s pretty much relieving to have antispyware of consistent quality.