Spyzooka Prevents AntiLeech Plugin From Leeching Off You

At Spyzooka, it is our job to figure out which programs are helpful and which ones have ulterior motives. There are so many programs out there that are free to download, but they have to figure out a way to pay for their expenses. This is where AntiLeech Plugin steps in. The program is known to be attached to NetPumper, a program created to make downloading files easier. NetPumper is unnecessary, plus it comes bundled with adware to help cover their costs. AntiLeech Plugin is created to protect content theft or scraping.

What AntiLeech Plugin says it will do, and what it does do, are two different things. The program doesn’t actually stop theft of your content, but it will warn you that it may be occurring. What it does do is generate pop ups and banner ads. It may reset your homepage. The program slows down your computer because it constantly runs in the background, so it can track your browsing habits. This makes it easier to badger you with advertisements that are created towards what they determine your tastes are.

Anytime you have adware on your computer, you want to get it off immediately. These programs act as a gateway program to other types of malware like spyware, Trojans, rootkits, and unwanted add-ons. Basically, they can sell your information to 3rd party affiliates. At this point there is no telling whose hands your information is in.

You have a couple of different choices to protect yourself from identity theft and credit card fraud – among other criminal activities. You can just never go online. You can remove infections manually as you catch them. Or you can run an anti-spyware program that protects you while you are online.

Preventing infections of AntiLeech Plugin is much easier than the other options. For just $29.95, Spyzooka protects you the whole year with a 24 hour removal guarantee. You can surf the Internet in peace.

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Cyberlab runs on Windows Vista, 7, 8 and 10. It has no ads, popups or bundled software and fully uninstalls by clicking Start > All Programs > select Cyberlab and click Uninstall.

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