Living with spyware

Friday, 12 August 2005, 8:05 PM EST

irtually every PC that connects to the Internet on a regular basis will by now have acquired its own collection of spy- and adware hangers-on. Most of the time we don't notice their existence, and therefore, unless you are regularly and religiously running spyware protection scans, or have real-time blocking turned on, the first time that the issue is likely to come to a head is when something out of the ordinary happens.

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