Site Privacy issues

From: Jim Isbell <>
Date: Sun Sep 19 20:54:32 2004 is the URL for SpyHunter. There is
a free version that makes you do all the footwork for deleting, but it
does find them for you and if you are adept at DOS or Windows Explorer
you can do the removal yourself. If you have $29.99 to burn the full
version will do the removal as well. is a URL where you can get
a free download of Spyware Doctor. As above the full version has to be
paid for.

I have four different ones that I use to scan because it seems NONE of
them gets everything. Then I use DOS to purge the rascals when found.

Jerome H. Fine wrote:

>>John Lawson wrote:
>>>On Sun, 19 Sep 2004, Jim Isbell wrote:
>>>If cookies are a worry, do as I do. I run a program called SpyHunter that
>>>runs on boot up every time. It then offers to scan my compiuter for Spy
>>>Ware. Since that takes some time I usualy opt only for a scan of my cookies.
>>>This takes about 2 seconds, no more, and I have a full report on the cookies.
>>>Since I have 17 cookies that are legitimate I usualy just look at the count.
>>>If it hasnt increased I go on. BUT there is also displayed a list of any
>>>dangerous cookies, their properties and who owns them. If the list is blank
>>>then all is well. If not I stop and delete the offending cookies. The
>>>software is FREE.
>> This is a fabulous referral; thank you! I'll check it out as soon as I
>>get a moment - much appreciated!
>> I do run WindowWasher, but it runs on shut-down, and sometimes my
>>machine is on for a day at a time - quite long hours for a laptop that I
>>use at the office and at home, too.
>Jerome Fine replies:
>I am VERY interested. But I run Windows 98 SE in order
>to run the E11 PDP-11 emulator. Will SpyHunter and/or
>WindowWasher run under Windows 98 SE? If so, is
>there a site that I can use to download these 2 programs
>and the documentation needed to understand how to use them?
>Sincerely yours,
>Jerome Fine
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