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  1. I am using Windows 7 starter on an ASUS netbook. How can get the security center to see and recognize SASWPRO? If windows does not see it or recognize SASWPRO, does this mean that the real time setting is not functioning? One person (at another forum) told me that it is not recognized because it is not a recognized antivirus program, it is something different....only adware, malware, and spyware, but not all the other badboy viruses and trojans, etc. So what is up? Thanks.
  2. I purchased two copies of Superanti PRO and paid for the lifetime renewals. Then I noticed that the header still said TRIAL VERSION. I reactivated and placed license number in again. Then, it said "PRO with lifetime annual renewals" or some such thing. Now, it says TRIAL VERSION again. How do we fix this? I have attached a screenshot just in case what I described is not clear. I have used the register/activate key at the bottom right to insert license key for one copy. I have not activated the second copy yet. Thanks for your attention to this matter.
  3. On a public network my Asus netbook was attacked by one of the fake windows security alert. It happened twice. Both times I was logged into Yahoo. Once I was opening an email from a known sender. The second time reading a news item. The operating system is Windows 7 starter. Windows firewall and defender was in operation although I have reason to believe that Defender was turned off by the invader. On a tab, it said windows security. And, in a dialog box, the alert said "Message from webpage, Windows security has found critical process activity on your system and will perform fast a scan of system files." Then the famous windows opened showing the search for malware and objects detected in red. That is what made me think it was bogus. So, I downloaded SASW free edition to a thumb drive and ran scans while in safe mode. However, nothing has been detected that has been identified as a virus or trojan. The computer is operating. The security alert has not repeated. Does this mean, 1.) it was real 2.) it has been defeated 3.) It is still lurking or has taken over. I have run numberous scans since the last attack with 3 virus programs including a copy of SASW PRO which I purchased. The only things that have been reported is many versions of ADWARE and CoOKIES plus one MALWARE TRACE which I posted in another post for positive identification. I also ran Microsoft's Malicious Software Removal Tool. What should I have found. What should I be looking for. What else should I do. My understanding is that, if it was the faker, when you see it, you are already infected. Or, do you think it got stopped before damage done. Just trying to figure out if I am through with this issue or ...... Thanks
  4. New to superantisypware.com. With each scan, SASW displays the following line and describes it as Malware Trace. I need help identifying exactly what it is so as to know what kind of action to take. Here is the line: HKU\S-1-5-21-1427607338-3509046766-1038169585-1000\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS NT\CURRENTVERSION\WINLOGON#SHELL Is there an online resource where users can positively identify keys? The only thing that I did read at Microsoft did not sound like malware, but it does identify it code that belongs to XP. Is that a possibility. What is XP. Is this something different from the old XP operating system? And, in SASW preferences, it asks if ones wants to use XP graphics or something to that effect. IS SASW written to operate effectively with WINDOWS 7 which is on the machine in question? Well, there is more than one question here. If you can help with one or all, your input is appreciated. Thanks
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