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I went to a new client who was getting the famous buffer overun error and of

course everything in windows xp pro was locking up. I looked in avg free

virus vault and found 40 viruses and 108 trojans that avg quarantined and

every time you started to open something AVG screamed again. So I installed

AVG antispyware and it found the Virtomonde trojan but couldn't completely

remove all of it. So I installed ad-aware (it came up with 120 spyware) and

it seems it took it all off but alas if you clicked on IE- same buffer

runtime error. So I then installed spybot search and destroy and it too

found the Virtomonde trojan and it said it cleaned it but again same msg

when you tried to click on IE. (note all this time I had System Restore

turned off and was in Safe Mode after I had downloaded, installed and

updated the definitions.) I then tried WD- same thing happened. Well I

finally went to Superantispyware and it removed all the registry items that

the others did not take off. Guess What? NO MORE PROBLEMS. Once I knew

everything was stable I deleted them out of quarantine and reran the tests

from all the antispyware programs. Oh I forgot to tell you that this trojan

totally disabled AVG Antivirus and I had to reinstall it via a repair and

that fixed it. Ran it and all was clean.

I am beginning to like this program Superantispyware more and more- it seems

to go into the core of Windows and take out everything this torjan put in.

It has saved me from reformating 3 hds so far.

robin

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I went to a new client who was getting the famous buffer overun error and of

course everything in windows xp pro was locking up. I looked in avg free

virus vault and found 40 viruses and 108 trojans that avg quarantined and

every time you started to open something AVG screamed again. So I installed

AVG antispyware and it found the Virtomonde trojan but couldn't completely

remove all of it. So I installed ad-aware (it came up with 120 spyware) and

it seems it took it all off but alas if you clicked on IE- same buffer

runtime error. So I then installed spybot search and destroy and it too

found the Virtomonde trojan and it said it cleaned it but again same msg

when you tried to click on IE. (note all this time I had System Restore

turned off and was in Safe Mode after I had downloaded, installed and

updated the definitions.) I then tried WD- same thing happened. Well I

finally went to Superantispyware and it removed all the registry items that

the others did not take off. Guess What? NO MORE PROBLEMS. Once I knew

everything was stable I deleted them out of quarantine and reran the tests

from all the antispyware programs. Oh I forgot to tell you that this trojan

totally disabled AVG Antivirus and I had to reinstall it via a repair and

that fixed it. Ran it and all was clean.

I am beginning to like this program Superantispyware more and more- it seems

to go into the core of Windows and take out everything this torjan put in.

It has saved me from reformating 3 hds so far.

robin

Thank you for the kind compliments! Please help spread the word to your friends and family :)

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I am, in fact I just ordered the pro version for 2 of my clients mainly because I can set it up to do everything without them remembering to use the free one.

thanks

robin

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She certainly is. This is the second time (to my knowledge) that Robin has reported a really impressive performance by SuperAntiSpyware, and it's had the effect of increasing my confidence in it very considerably. (So far I haven't had any infections of my own for it to remove.)

Here's many thanks to Robin for the excellent reporting of this experience (very valuable to the rest of us) - and to you for putting out such a superb piece of software. I'll be spreading the word as much as I can, too.

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Like Alan D, I haven't had any infections of my own for SAS to tackle but in a similar story to robinb9 I removed Spylocked from a friends PC with the SAS free edition, when everything else had failed, (if only I had looked to SAS first it would have saved a lot of time flaffing about)!

I was looking for a replacement for my antispyware protection around the same time of this event, as I was so impressed with it killing Spylocked that was good enough for me, so I installed SAS Pro.

The 'proof is in the pudding' with what happens in todays real world cyber space IMHO and robinb9's experience, like my own proves that SAS knows the right spots to hit in that registry to get rid of stubborn malware. :wink:

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I am speaking at a Users Club at Brookdale Community College in New Jersey in October to about 200 people about Vista and "the trials and tribulations of malware/spyware and after the experiences I have had to date with Superantispyware I will be pushing this product as one of the prime products to get (free and pro depending on individual needs).

Nick I take my hat off to you for making an excellent product, and I hope you continue to improve its features and to keep spyware and malware at bay.

Those who rate you as a small nothing product do not know what they are talking about. These types of reviewers only plays "card games" on their computers and do not use their computer for anything else.

Thanks again for making a great product,

Robin

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Nick if you see this post, please email me at my address in my profile, maybe you could give me some promotional material I could take to this conference. So I could promote Your product better.

robin

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Hi everyone.

My first post - been using SpySweeper 5.5 the last 5 days (on Vista 32-bit) and this morning it really started to grate with the obvious slowdown it was causing on my PC (which is certainly not a slow rig). The pauses whilst programs opened, the delay after clicking on a favourite links in IE7 and the overall unresponsive made me end up browing the net for about 4 hours looking at reviews/comments and what I could replace it with. Anyway, I'm using KIS7 and saw a forum thread entitled "SuperAntiSpyware" so had a look and the users were saying how well it works alongside KIS7 without any conflicts or system slow downs. So looked through reviews and user comments all over the place and read really goods things about this app.

So just downloaded and installed the Pro version and so far I am impressed. All the slugglishness has gone and my PC is flying again and this is with realtime protection enabled.

So I'll give it another day but it seems like you've got yourself another new client. Will purchase a license tomorrow and have already requested a refund from Webroot (I ended up buying SS after reading all the glowing reviews but I'm beginning to think these reviewers either give it such a high rating because it's the norm and/or they get back handers from certain software publishers).

Anyway, keep up the good work.

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