This guide is designed to educate end users about spyware problems and help them clean up and prevent infections without your help. It will help them understand what spyware looks like, where it comes from, how it acts and what damage it causes. It will then provide them with basic and advanced clean-up techniques, as well as steps for preventing future infections. Use it as a handout and let us know if it's helping. Good luck!
How to remove spyware
Step 1: Get familiar with spyware now if not already
Step 2: Know where spyware comes from
Step 3: Recognize how spyware acts
Step 4: Understand what damage spyware can cause
Step 5: Choose tools to clean up spyware
Step 6: Use these advanced techniques to clean up spyware
Step 7: Install service packs to prevent spyware infections
Step 8: Take additional initiatives to prevent spyware infections
Step 9: Plan ahead for new spyware tactics
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Serdar Yegulalp is the editor of the Windows 2000 Power Users Newsletter. Check it out for the latest advice and musings on the world of Windows network administrators -- and please share your thoughts as well!
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This was first published in July 2005