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Editors' Review

SnoopFree Privacy Shield will tell you if someone is spying on you, although the program doesn't fully uninstall nosy applications. While its interface is dull, this fast-acting program immediately alerts you when a spy module is found and gives you options to allow or disallow the uncovered application. It worked beautifully in evaluations, instantly exposing the monitoring tools we installed to test it. SnoopFree Privacy Shield revealed the names of the spy tools, their corresponding file paths, and even pinpointed which files from the spy program captured keyloggers, screenshots, and opened windows. You'll be able to instantly remove the files, blocking their logging efforts altogether, but once files are deleted it requires a system reboot to take effect. Although this application doesn't uninstall monitoring applications for you, it eliminates the need for the software's password by going after the files. Any user concerned with security and privacy should consider adding this simple, yet effective freeware program to his or her security toolkit.
 
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Full Specifications

General

Publisher SnoopFree Software
Publisher web site http://www.snoopfree.com
Release Date November 12, 2004
Date Added November 12, 2004
Version 1.0.7

Category

Category Security Software
Subcategory Encryption Software

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows/XP
Additional Requirements Windows XP

Download Information

File Size 342.07KB
File Name PSHLD100.ZIP

Popularity

Total Downloads 181,959
Downloads Last Week 4

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License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free
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