I thought .Craagle was a good thing
I guess I got a little full of myself last week. I thought I was so smart that I could become a hacker. I found this program called .Craagle that said it would help me bypass login pages and stuff. It even said that it had no spyware on it. So, being a dummy, I took it. Wouldn’t you know it? I suddenly had pop ups and my computer went crazy. It started acting all clunky and slow. I knew then that I had been suckered into taking adware.
Not a problem, I thought. I’ll just use my free antispyware program. Well, that didn’t work either. I guess it’s true–you get what you pay for. As a matter of fact, this whole mess was because I wanted to get free stuff. I think I’ll just bite the bullet and buy my services from now on. So, the first thing I bought from the internet was a new spyware removal program called SpyZooka.
As you can probably guess, I’m a cheapskate. So if I pay for something, it had better be good. As it turns out, SpyZooka was better than just good. I think I got the gist that it stays constantly up to date because it’s always on the lookout for new spyware, and I really liked the idea that it prevents you from getting reinfected. I also liked that it didn’t take an hour to clean up my computer. It was done in about 10 minutes! How awesome is that?