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Tuesday, January 31, 2006

SpywareBlaster is a program that helps prevent SpyWare from ever being installed on your computer to start with. You are already familiar with SpyBot, which removes SpyBot once it is on your computer.
SpywareBlaster is available for you to install on your computer now. Here are the instructions:
  1. Go to Start and select “My Computer”
  2. Double-click in the G drive
  3. Double-click on the folder called "Stuff"
  4. Double-click on the icon that says “spywareblastersetup”
  5. Accept each of the defaults as presented.
  6. Open the program
  7. Beside “Internet Explorer protection is disabled,” click on “Click here to enable protection.”
  8. Place checkmarks in the two boxes towards the top of the screen. (Preventing Active X controls and ads/cookies).
  9. Click “Protect against checked items.”
  10. Repeat this process for “Restricted Items.”
  11. If you are using Mozilla Firefox, repeat this procedure for it.
  12. Click on “Updates.”
  13. Click on “Check for Updates.”
  14. Click on “Enable Protection for All Unprotected Items.”


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