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Is Browser Guard 2010 from Trend a suitable alternative to Spyware Blaster?


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#1 chromebuster

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Posted 17 August 2010 - 03:15 PM

Hi guys,
It was recommended to me from one of the wise staff on this board that I install Spyware blaster. I tried it and to my disappointment and disgust, it had no accessibility with screen reading software whatsoever. I'm wondering if for one, does Browser Guard do the same thing, and two, if not, are there any others like it that fill this security gap? And if the second assumption is true, will Trend's Web protection add-on do the trick? Please let me know.

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