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While we are covering all of the free anti-spyware applications, it’s only fair to talk about the completely free Windows Defender tool built into Windows Vista and available as a free download from Microsoft for XP users.

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If you are a fan of tweaking your system and disabling services, you might find that over time your Windows Services list becomes huge and unwieldy with a large number of services in the list that will never be enabled.

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This article is part of Mysticgeek’s Realm, a How-To Geek blog focused on cyber geekery.

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Our last article on how to reset your Ubuntu password easily through the grub menu was quite popular, so I’ve decided to make a series on all the different ways to reset your password on either Linux or Windows… today’s lesson is how to use the Live CD to reset the password.

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This is a guest article by Ghaus Iftikhar Nakodari from AddictiveTips.

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One of the easiest “set it and forget it” Anti-Spyware utilities is JavaCool’s SpywareBlaster. Instead of waiting to scan and eliminate spyware after the PC is already infected, it guards against spyware ever infecting your computer in the first place.

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This article is part of Mysticgeek’s Realm, a How-To Geek blog dedicated to cyber geekery.

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As I have pointed out in a previous post, Spybot Search & Destroy is by no means outdated as some in the industry would have you believe. I wrote that article over a year ago and since then Spybot has only gotten better.

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When it comes to Malicious Software (Malware) different terms such as adware, spyware, malware, etc are given based on what action each takes. Each of these unwanted pieces of software do different things, but the bottom line is you do not want any of it on your PC.

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