NoAdware

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NoAdware 4 screenshot.

NoAdware is an anti-spyware program previously known as a rogue application by Spyware Warrior. It was removed from Spyware Warrior's rogue software list in 2004. It is updated a minimum of 3-4 times per week.

History[edit]

NoAdware 4 has been accused many times of being a rogue antispyware program. It also used (and someway still does) multiple websites that appear to be advertising a different product.

NoAdware was part of COAST, the consortium of Anti-Spyware Vendors that disbanded in late 2005[1]

In early 2004, NoAdware was de-listed on Spyware Warrior's rogue antispyware list.[2][3]

The NoAdware site offers a "free trial" that will scan the system and ask for payment before removing all of the infections it has detected.

Reception[edit]

Noadware was mentioned in the May 2008 issue of Smart Computing magazine.[4] Specifically:

"An antispyware program with a free scanner, such as NoAdware, can help you find browser hijackers."

See also[edit]

References[edit]

http://spywareblockers411.com/noadware-review/

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