FBM Software ZeroSpyware provides comprehensive spyware removal and protection in an easy to use interface. Its fast and intelligent scan engine finds and removes spyware within minutes after installing. Intrusion detection systems constantly monitor sensitive operating system and browser areas, alerting you with clear information the instant suspicious activity is detected.

ZeroSpyware's unique Vulnerability Assessment fortifies your PC against future spyware attacks by updating exploits and vulnerabilities in your computer. With Automated Discovery, potential threats are uncovered and reported automatically to Spyware-Net for analysis to give you early protection and reassurance in the face of rapidly evolving spyware. This fully integrated service platform allows you to interact directly with live online spyware experts to diagnose and troubleshoot any spyware related problems.

ZeroSpyware Detects
ZeroSpyware detects even the most aggressive threats on the web, including "rootkits" and regenerating spyware. With the its Threat Research Group analyzing millions of reports daily, and its database one of the first and largest in the anti-spyware space, ZeroSpyware detects and removes all traces of spyware.

Detecting Spyware Traces
Robust Scanning and Removal ZeroSpyware compares against a database of tens of thousands of signatures, both of trusted applications and known malware. This ensures not just that the threats are detected; it makes your scans detect only threats, with no false positives.

Real Time Protection ZeroSpyware identifies and stops spyware before it can run. ZeroSpyware distinguishes its real time detection and protection with the top-rated technology that PC World highlights, "performed the best at preventing infection.

ZeroSpyware Removes
Being one of the first applications developed in the anti-spyware space, ZeroSpyware's removal technology is one of the most evolved in the industry. It can comprehensively delete a wide range of malware, ranging from old threats including diallers, keyloggers, Trojans, browser hijackers, and the like, to newer ones such as mutating spyware and "rootkits."