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Spyware started out as the invention of software designers as a way to gather intelligence about computer users habits, likes & dislikes.
Spyware is explaind by Wikipedia.org below.
Spyware is computer software that is installed surreptitiously on a personal computer to intercept or take partial control over the user's interaction with the computer, without the user's informed consent.
While the term spyware suggests software that secretly monitors the user's behavior, the functions of spyware extend well beyond simple monitoring.
Spyware programs can collect various types of personal information, such as Internet surfing habits, sites that have been visited, but can also interfere with user control of the computer in other ways, such as installing additional software, and redirecting Web browser activity.
Spyware is known to change computer settings, resulting in slow connection speeds, different home pages, and/or loss of Internet or functionality of other programs.
In an attempt to increase the understanding of spyware, a more formal classification of its included software types is captured under the term privacy-invasive software.
SpyCop for Windows © deals with spyware like this.
SpyCop's focus is targeted on the protection of our clients private & personal electronic data.
That would include things like banking login information, passwords, surfing habits, email correspondence, or chat conversations.
SpyCop targets any spyware that wants access to this type of computer activity.
No matter what spyware software tries to access your personal data there are only limited paths for that spyware to travel to harvest that information.
In addition to cloaking your keystrokes, any spyware that travels the "sensitive information" highway on your computer is being monitored & controlled by SpyCop.
Think of it like this.
SpyCop sits on the side of your computers information highways and any unrecognized traffic is pulled over for further inspection.
At that point SpyCop notifies you of the spyware and you have the opportunity of allowing or denying any further movement of that software application.
If you let it continue, SpyCop won't pull it over again unless something in that software has been changed.
Either way you are notified and are given the ability to turn it off.
In essence SpyCop forces spyware to ask your permission to operate on your computer.
Unlike any spyware detection software on the market today, SpyCop doesn't need to wait until the latest spyware profiles are released to catch the latest spyware.
It simply doesn't need them.
SpyCop monitors all traffic on your system and lets you shut down anything that isn't legitimate.