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  1. alhazred

    Scan This Computer

    Greetings, It's just a suggestion but I would like to see the Last scan was xxx only notify about the last Complete, Quick, and Critical Scans as I have noticed if you perform a context menu scan of 1 item you will get Last Scan was 1 minute ago, which sometimes leads me to believe that a major scan was performed. This is what I would like to see: I perform a Critical Scan and a few days later perform a context menu scan of an item, but the history notification of the last scan only records from the Critiical Scan and doesn't reset to 1 minute because of the custom context menu scan. Thank you.
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    SAS high network usage

    Okay, I will try that.
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    SAS high network usage

    Greetings, I'm using SAS Lifetime Professional Subscription and noticed there seems to be a high daily network usage for the Superantispyware Update application. Is this normal?
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    Possible false positive

    Hi folks, While I was using Advanced Uninstaller Pro to remove some left over items from some software I was installing, I received a Real Time Protection notification on an explorer.exe file which is within the Advanced Uninstaller folder. I performed an SAS scan and everything came up clean, including the said explorer.exe file. I have used the submit option and it said that the file has been "Sent" so I assume you have it. This file is only being detected on Real time and not in Scan.
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    Real Time Protection

    I sometimes have this problem at boot also, but SAS processes are running so I am being protected. I simply close superantispyware.exe and then run SAS again from the start menu. It's not really a fix but it works for me.
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    Terminate memory threats

    Cheers for the prompt reply!
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    Terminate memory threats

    Hi, Should Terminate memory threats before quarantining be checked? I would have thought all memory threats would need to be terminated before quarantining. What is the difference between checked and unchecked and which is the safest option to have?
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    I'm not complaining

    Like I was saying in the other thread, with V4 my quick scans took 17 minutes but with V5 they take around 2 minutes. The updates are quicker and I like the GUI as well!
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    logs not being recorded

    I have checked "Keep a detailed log" and the logs are now available. Thanks.
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    logs not being recorded

    Thank you for your reply. I am running Windows 7 64-bit though I don't know about gatorblair. The logs from builds before V.4.50.1002 were unaffected, but any new scans simply do not generate new logs. Save "Empty/Clean Logs" is ticked but "Keep a detailed log of scanning results" is not.
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    logs not being recorded

    I can confirm that I am also having this problem. Using Windows 7 / 64-bit IE9 Superantispyware 4.50.1002.
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    Superadblocker and Superantispyware

    Excellent news!
  13. Hi, I have Superantispyware Pro and am thinking of purchasing Superadblocker. Does Superadblocker come in a non Superantispyware integrated version? Also, If it doesn't I am aware that you can disable the Antispy option in SAB but what I am worried about is the Spyware database of SAB taking up hard drive space when I already have SAS Pro database to keep me protected? I.e, Would I be able to delete the Spyware database folder on SAB as I obviously don't want two folders with the same definitions? Any thoughts, thanks.
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    Superantispyware Pro's real-time protection

    Thanks. When I performed the scan with Superantispyware after it also deleted the malign file. Excellent product!
  15. Hello, I was recovering my computer to an earlier date so thought I would test Superantispyware Pro's real-time protection as I have never seen it in action before. I deliberately installed the XXX toolbar. Superantispyware indeed blocked it but when I looked on the information it gave me I found the flagged file was present in my folders. Do I take it that even though the malign file is present, Superantispyware has still blocked it from memory/processes or doing anything bad?