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Sunbelt CounterSpy 2.0

Sunbelt CounterSpy 2.0 distinguished itself in a crowded field by providing a clean, institutive interface and great test results.

By December 12, 2007

4 stars Editors' rating December 12, 2007

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Hands-on with Sunbelt Vipre anti-virus: Is it slow? Is it heck

We've got a new player in the glamorous world of anti-virus, and its name is Vipre. Does it have what it takes to stand up to the big boys?

By June 17, 2009


New scam tactic: Fake disk defraggers

The new thing in scareware are defragger scams that falsely claim a computer needs disk errors fixed, experts say.

By December 14, 2010


Password stealers and Conficker top June malware

Among most prevalent June threats were a password-stealing Trojan, infected Windows media files, and a re-emerging Conficker, says Sunbelt Software.

By July 6, 2010


Sunbelt iHateSpam 3.2

If you run Microsoft Outlook, iHateSpam will dramatically thin the junk mail in your in-box. The Outlook Express version, however, isn't worth the hassle.

By July 26, 2002

3.5 stars Editors' rating July 26, 2002

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Antivirus firms shrug at Microsoft's free security suite

"Business as usual" appears to be the cautious response from some of Redmond's security competitors, including McAfee, Symantec, AVG, Sunbelt, and Kaspersky.

By November 19, 2008


Felony charges dropped against teacher in porn/spyware case

Connecticut officials may seek another trial after felony charges are dropped against a teacher accused of showing Internet porn to students in class, despite evidence the culprit was spyware.

By November 25, 2008


Obama-themed malware on the rise

Within hours of settling the U.S. presidential election, spam using Barack Obama's name and image is used to entice people to download various Trojans.

By November 5, 2008


Secunia exploits security suites flaws

A nontraditional test using exploits instead of malware shows that traditional security suites fail.

By October 15, 2008


Be skeptical or be a victim

Again, anti-malware software fails more than it succeeds. In the end, your skepticism may be your best defense.

By September 10, 2008