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Descargar Spybot Search & Destroy 1.6 RC1

Spybot Search and Destroy 1.6 RC1

Por PepiMK Software  (Freeware)
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Spybot – Search and Destroy detecta y elimina spyware, un tipo relativamente nuevo de amenaza que no está del todo cubierto por los antivirus habituales. El Spyware almacena de manera sigilosa tu comportamiento de navegación para crear un perfil de marketing para ti, el cuál se transmite sin tu conocimiento a recopiladores que lo venden a empresas de publicidad.

Si ves barras de herramientas nuevas en tu Internet Explorer que no has instalado de manera intencionada, si tu navegador falla inexplicablemente o si tu página personal ha sido “secuestrada” (o modificada sin tu conocimiento), lo más probable es que tu ordenador esté infectado con spyware.

Incluso si no ves los síntomas, puede que tu ordenador esté infectado, porque cada vez surge más y más spyware. Spybot-S&D es gratuito, por lo que no hay problema en probarlo para ver si algo ha invadido tu ordenador.

Spybot-S&D también puede limpiar los rastros de uso, una funcionalidad interesante si compartes tu ordenador con otros usuarios y no quieres que vean en qué has estado trabajando. Y para usuarios profesionales, Spybot-S&D permite corregir algunas inconsistencias de registro e informes extendidos.

Título: Spybot Search & Destroy 1.6 RC1
Nombre de fichero: spybotsd160-rc1.exe
Tamaño de fichero: 14.37MB (15,073,136 bytes)
Requisitos: Windows (Todas las versiones)
Idiomas: Múltiples idiomas
Licencia: Freeware
Fecha añadida: 30 de junio de 2008
Autor: PepiMK Software
www.safer-networking.org
Página de inicio: www.safer-networking.org
MD5 Checksum: 6BAEC6D52D46FE1AE04975F17FBBDB84

Since Firefox 3 and Opera 9.5 support are much asked for, further speed improvements have been postponed (expect some beta update for advcheck.dll as soon as 1.6 is out though ) and we're trying to close in on the final version.

New in this release candidate is for example LASSH support for TeaTimer; in short words that means TeaTimer will now longer ask about every single registry change it does not recognize as pointing to a bad file, but will instead use the RunAlyzer LASSH database to automatically recognize and accept or deny nearly 400,000 different startup entries. This database has also been made available here on the forum, including an option for helpers to help rating new entries. Feedback on this would be appreciated.

The second new thing is that the Windows Explorer property dialog tab has been replaced by a stand-alone application (thanks to everyone insisting on this wish ) since the former was not very flexible and caused problems for some people. Instead, there is now a file/folder scanner with its own option in the context menu of files, which runs on 64 bit Windows as well (which the former solution didn't), should probably load its database somewhat faster, and allows drag'n'drop for scanning further files. Again, feedback would be welcome, especially from those who had problems with the former solution, but also about it in general.

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