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SUPERAntiSpyware Announces Educational License Special

SUPERAntiSpyware Announces Educational License Special helps schools during difficult  economic times with FREE lifetime updates on educational licenses in addition to discounted student versions.

EUGENE, OR (May 6, 2010) –image001, a Pacific Northwest developer of state-of-the-art security software, has announced a special offer for educational institutions. From now through August 1, 2010, all SUPERAntiSpyware multi-user licenses sold to educational clients will be upgraded to a lifetime subscription with no renewal fees at no additional charge.

Economic hardship and budget cuts are an everyday reality for school systems at all levels,” said Nick Skrepetos, founder of “We highly value the role that education plays in communities worldwide, and we want to support schools in their efforts to provide quality education while balancing their tight and shrinking budgets. Managing high-priced software renewal fees is simply not practical for schools in today’s economic climate. We want to help.”

Skrepetos continued, “Not only are managing expensive license and renewal fees challenging for schools, but the danger of spyware infections themselves pose a multi-million dollar threat to our educational system. Without proper protection, schools are at risk of computer infections that can not only rob them of valuable classroom and instructional time, but may also require them to incur costly repair bills.”

Additionally, SUPERAntiSpyware will include one Technician’s License for its new portable scanner with each educational license at no additional cost. The portable scanner harnesses the same powerful anti-spyware engine as the Professional Edition of SUPERAntiSpyware and references a spyware definition database that is updated at least once per day. SUPERAntiSpyware Portable can be downloaded from

For more information or to take part in the educational license promotion, contact

SUPERAntiSpyware, in use by nearly 30 million users worldwide, is an innovative product that protects users from Spyware, Malware, Adware, Trojans, Rootkits, Homepage Hi-Jackers, Worms, Dialers and Parasites. SUPERAntiSpyware focuses on detecting hard to remove spyware which other products often miss, or are unable to safely detect and remove.

The SUPERAntiSpyware Free Edition, a 100% free product, will detect and remove potentially harmful software from a user’s computer. In addition, the Professional version provides real-time protection against the installation of new threats, scheduled scanning and removal of threats as well as additional protective features not available in the free edition. SUPERAntiSpyware Free and Professional Editions will detect and remove the latest rogue/fake anti-spyware products as well as over 1,500,000 other harmful application components. SUPERAntiSpyware definitions are updated daily to protect users against the latest zero-day threats.

SUPERAntiSpyware is used by computer technicians worldwide to clean end user systems at companies such as Dell, HP, and AT&T. SUPERAntiSpyware is also recommended on popular security forums such as, Wilders Security and thousands more. SUPERAntiSpyware Professional is priced at $29.95 for the general public and includes updates for one year. SUPERAntiSpyware is available for immediate download from
SUPERAntiSpyware is supported by Windows 2000, XP Home/Pro, Media Center, Server 2003, Server 2008, Vista and Windows 7.

I told you these were some good people..! (See, I Answer A Common Question)

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May 6, 2010 Posted by | advice, anti-spyware, antivirus, computers, free software, News, PC, security | , , , | 3 Comments

A Peek Into The Minds Of My Fellow Man

Please look at these Subject lines…


I often wonder about what kind of person is behind this stuff. How their brain functions. What their upbringing was like. And whether they have long hairless tails… like a rat; or if they think of themselves more like wolves (and us as sheep).

Anywho… have you ever wondered how they get your e-mail address in the first place? One reader wrote in and asked me just that: see, Reader Question | How did they get my e-mail?*
There’s pointers in my reply that will help you reduce the amount of this *stuff* you get.

Folks, my latest software license giveaway drawing ends tonight.

The folks at TuneUp Utilities have generously donated five licenses to me, to award to my readers. I sincerely thank them for that. So I am having a random drawing contest from folks who “enter”. The contest will close at midnight, May 6th (Pacific) and the winners announced Friday, so act now.

TuneUp Utilities 2010 is a program for optimizing your computer and improving its performance, and this giveaway has drawn a lot of responses. Please see the original announcement, here; Software License Giveaway: TuneUp Utilities 2010, and find out more details… such as how to enter for a chance at a free license!

Today’s free download+recommended reading:
* Foxit Reader Update Blocks New PDF Attack Tactic
. You aren’t still using Adobe Reader, are you Dear Reader?
* The 120-day Microsoft security suite test drive – By Fred Langa
In one of the rare extended tests outside a lab, Microsoft’s software has quietly kept two Windows 7 PCs free of infections, even in dangerous public environments.
*Recover Picture Files On Your Digital Camera Card
When I draft an article here at What’s On My PC, I try to reflect on personal “real life” computer experiences to demonstrate what can happen and what you can do to make things right.

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May 6, 2010 Posted by | computers, Internet, Phishing, security | 2 Comments