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Wares

An informal word for goods for sale.
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- ”No one should buy this fake spyware program, it is a scam.”
Money is not the only thing the makers of this spyware are after.
The spyware is designed to turn on the Conference Call feature on the device without the user being aware.
"This technology will indubitably be an extremely valuable asset to victims of spyware," said Toufiq.
Additionally, the FTC has consumer information on spyware
Sun (2007) identifies four types of software programs that represent the spyware universe: (a) system monitors that unobtrusively record and communicate sensitive and personal information such as passwords typed in online transactions, (b) trojans that steal information, install malicious programs, or hijack a computer, (c) adware that monitor the online activities of individuals in order to deliver targeted pop-up advertisements, and (d) tracking cookies that typically include text files downloaded to the user's computer that store preferences related to particular websites.
This note will illustrate how the FBI has deftly turned spyware technology to its own advantage, while Congress has struggled to keep up with technological trends.
Despite the strict data processing protection laws adopted by the European Union (hereafter "E.U."), little has been done to protect European Internet users from spyware (Levy & Stone, 2005).
Combined with Spyware Terminator 2.0 this provides users with unprecedented full Internet protection totally free of cost.
Spyware can enter a computer in several ways--via freeware and shareware software, spam e-mail, attachments or Web pages (see accompanying article, "Surf Safely").
* Although 87 percent of respondents know what spyware is, one in eight has no idea what its actual impact on the PC or the user can be.
(11) The intertwined nature of spyware to other data