While you may be aware of the pain spyware inflicts on both your mind as well as your wallet, spyware and adware remain the one area where common antivirus / internet security programs fall short. For anyone looking to strengthen their defenses and add an extra layer of protection against various threats, SUPERAntiSpyware is a nice choice. It features many unique and powerful technologies and removes spyware threats that other applications fail to remove.
SUPERAntiSpyware is available as a free and professional edition. Both editions support the detection and removal of all sorts of malicious programs including Spyware, Adware, Malware, Trojans, Dialers, Worms, KeyLoggers, HiJackers, Parasites, Rootkits, Rogue Security Products and many other types of threats. Users can add trust items and folders to a whitelist for complete customization of scanning. SUPERAntiSpyware Free Edition lacks real-time protection, scheduled scans and automatic updates (manual only), as well as several other advanced options. In this post, I will try to concentrate on reviewing the pro edition of this desktop security program, and will also give away 10 serial keys for SUPERAntiSpyware Professional 5.6 each comes with 1 Year subscription.
SUPERAntiSpyware 5.6 has a very easy to use, friendly interface and provide easy access to key features. Once you run the utility, you can choose between four different scan types. By default, Quick Scan is enabled but you can check other types like complete, critical point and custom. Each of them detects and removes threats in the most efficient way.
Critical Point Scan: briefly checks the most common spots for malware, enabling the program to deliver feedback in as little as 20 seconds.
Quick Scan : As the name suggested, it only scan few common place. It checks the running items, the known registry locations, and the most common places malware can reside in.
Complete Scan : It completely scan your PC such as running processes, registry locations and every file on the selected volumes.
Custom Scan : allows selecting the computer areas you want to be verified, such as memory, registry, startup locations, cookies and selected folders.
A Quick Scan would be recommended for routine scans and of course a Complete Scan as often as possible. In case you are already in doubt that your system is highly infected then you may enable the Rescue Scan option. When enabled, Rescue Scan allows SuperAntiSpyware to recoup processing power from CPU hogging malware programs in order to put more power and resources behind the scanning engine. Rescue scan should only be enabled when malware is consuming so many system resources that you are unable to run a scan. If you are able to run a scan normally, do not enable this option.
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