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spyware remover - Malwarebytes Anti Malware (87/100)
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ABOUT THE PROJECT project is dedicated to helping people know more about spyware, malware, adware and other programs that can harm their computers. It is one of the largest sources of security-related information on the Internet, which provides clear and professionally written parasite removal instructions, anti-spyware software reviews and news articles - everything what is essential when trying to prevent or remove viruses.

This site is not a newcomer. People behind 2Spyware started analyzing malware (spyware, adware, trojans, etc.) in its early days, when more and more parasites began spreading on the Internet and became a real headache for PC users. In fact, that was before major antivirus companies decided to pay their attention to these types of viruses and effective anti-spyware programs were released.

Our mission is to help people get rid of ANY virus that your computer might be infected with.

To learn more about spyware visit Spyware category.

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Internet never stops changing. Each day brings new viruses, critical vulnerabilities, new versions of security software and different spyware researches. That's what our news section was created for. Here you will find information about the most significant spyware-related issues, notorious parasites, security software releases and other important events. It also doesn't forget to pay attention to deceptive advertising, spam and phishing.

Helpful tips on how to protect your smartphone/tablet

July 25th, 2014
You have probably heard the term 'Adware'. This term describes an advertising-supported software, which seeks to make a profit out of commercial advertisements. There is a small line between legitimate advertising, illegal advertising and annoying advertising. Nonetheless, the fact is that the majority of free programs and apps are supported by advertising. That is how developers of such programs are... More...

Different approach on internet security: 'Project Zero' by Google

July 18th, 2014
It looks like Google is taking a new approach in order to make internet safer. Project Zero is an initiative that is heading in the right direction. To begin with, Google is recruiting elite security specialists and hackers in order to find various bugs, vulnerabilities, exploits and software flaws all over the web. According to one sources (, this initiative has... More...

Security industry members collaborate to stop Shylock virus

July 11th, 2014
Several years ago we warned you about Shylock virus, which was actively used by hackers for stealing people's banking data and other sensitive information. It is believed that this virus has already affected more than 30.000 computers. Unfortunately, how much money it managed to steal is still unknown... Luckily to all PC users, security experts decided to start cooperating for neutralizing... More...
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Encyclopedia of parasites is the site when you can find the highest-quality information about spyware, malware and general security. Content is split into several major sections where the largest of them is the Encyclopedia of computer parasites.

It consists of separate categories that all group parasites according to their type, distribution methods and functionality. Each description provides details on virus behavior and gives detailed removal instructions that include the list of processes, files, registry entries and other objects that are associated with a particular threat.

The Encyclopedia of computer parasites is updated daily. 2 Spyware team doesn't forget previous entries as well - they are filled with the additional details, that are typically revealed after some time of virus functionality. In most of the cases, it couldn't be done without users' feedback.

Deal Keeper virus

July 30th, 2014
Deal Keeper is a worthless plug-in for your browser that you should not use. There is a reason why many respectable security vendors are labeling this application as a potential threat and an adware. That is because Deal Keeper may appear on your computer out of nowhere, generate intrusive ads... More... virus

July 30th, 2014 (also known as Astromenda Search) is usually recognized as a browser hijacker and a redirect virus. To be more precise, this questionable search website may appear on your home page every time when you open a new tab in your browser. Moreover, may appear as your default search... More...

PodoWeb ads

July 30th, 2014
PodoWeb Ads and PodoWeb Deals may pop-out every time when you are using your browsing and completely ruin your browsing experience. As you can imagine, these annoying ads are caused by an adware or a potentially unwanted program that may hide in your system. In fact, PodoWeb adware is yet... More...

Anti-spyware software

There is a lot of different anti-spyware programs on the market today. However, not all of them are on the same level - some anti-spywares are good only at virus removal while others can easily guarantee the highest protection. That's why we decided to make a special Anti-spyware Software section and help people to choose the best spyware remover. Here you will find reviews of different programs, test results and overall rating.

To learn more about Anti-spyware programs visit Software section.


The main mission of this project is to help people fight against different kinds of computer parasites, including spyware, malware, adware, trojans, etc. In most of the cases, we try to encourage people using manual parasite removal instructions. However, Internet is full of sophisticated viruses that can be eliminated only with a help of complex removal guides. This is not an easy task.

In order to help people save their time and also help them avoid possible problems that might be caused by the incorrect use of certain instructions we decided to create Ask Us section.

Don't hesitate to ask, answer other people's questions and participate in discussion. We would be glad to help you.

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Spyware Directory

This section is dedicated to helping people gain further insight into the world of Internet security. Here, you will find links to other Internet sites that provide essential information about IT security, such as important articles, reputable comparisons, trustworthy parasite databases and other useful resources that are related to Internet security.

In order to known more visit Spyware directory.

Library of files

Library of files is another important section, which has many in common with the Encyclopedia of computer parasites. All files are grouped according to their types, i.e. extensions. Most of the files have short descriptions but you will always know which of them belongs to harmless software and which of them is malicious. The Library of files is constantly updated.

To know more about files visit Library of files section.

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It is very hard to fight against computer parasites on the Internet alone. If you have a website, we would be more than happy if you would like to cooperate and help us spread the information about latest threats. Remember, knowledge is the most powerful weapon. Help your visitors protect their computers!
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