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Spyware Analysis and Removal Tool
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In the modern world,
information is money. Private information is of high demand on the black
market. That is why multiple computer developers create computer codes, which
help to retrieve this information on massive basis; that is why spyware and
malware threats, and identity thefts are sad part of the modern life reality.
SpyDllRemover is the specialized tool, which will be on your
side, helping to detect Spyware & Hidden Rootkit Dlls on your
computer. In addition to Spyware Dlls, it can also detect user-land Rootkit
processes using multiple Anti-Rootkit techniques. It uses Heuristic
analysis
and ‘Online Threat Verification’ for deeper analysis of unknown
Malware Threats. This approach in most cases appears to be more effective,
comparing to the signature based method, used by most of Anti-virus solutions
and detection tools.
One of the unique feature
of SpyDllRemover is ‘Advanced Dll Ejection’ which helps in completely
removing Spyware/Rootkit Dlls from any running Process. It works very well with
any Remote process across the session boundaries imposed in
Vista/Windows7.

All these unique features makes it one of the generic tool for removing known
as well as Unknown Threats compared to traditional Antivirus Solutions which
can detect only known threats.

SpyDllRemover is fully Portable
software
and works on wide range of platforms starting from Windows XP to
Windows 7. Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. The
portable version is in the “Portable Version” subfolder. Create an
empty SpyDLLRemover_ScanSettings.ini file and launch SpyDLLRemover.exe.
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