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Personal Antispy 1.3 - User Guide and FAQScreenshots - More Details
Removing spy software
If you have found a suspicious application and know that you was not installed this application, you can remove it from your system. Personal Antispy makes a backup copy of the deleted files so you don't need to worry about possible errors. It is recommended to first terminate the suspicious process using the corresponding button or menu command. If there is no change in the operation of the system, you can safely quarantine the module using Quarantine File command. This will remove and stop the keylogger.
Before removal, you can browse for folders containing monitoring modules using the Browse command. In this folder you can probably find files with your personal information recorded.
If you are not sure what is the purpose of the program detected by Personal Antispy, but you see it is running with Windows (red line), you can remove it from autorun using Remove from autorun command. Repeat scanning after Windows restart to make sure this program was removed from startup list.
Personal Antispy quarantines all files, so if you have deleted something and want to restore it, use View > Quarantined Files command.
Detecting Spy Software
After scanning process has finished, you will see the results of the scanning.
On the left pane will be shown monitoring modules which are used by applications on the right pane. When you begin to type any text in that application, the system loads these modules into the application and your input is monitored.
Frequently Asked Questions - Personal Antispy
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