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Enhance Your XP(rience) with Xpy

Thursday, April 26, 2007


Xpy is a free open source tool that would disable some of the windows components that would otherwise communicate with Microsoft servers. xpy would secure your Windows 2000/XP/2003 installation and protect privacy. In addition to so-called Antispy features, it disables common security threats (RPC/DCOM, LMHash) and increases your Windows performance.

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Features:
• Disable Windows “calling home”
• Disable questionable services
• Disarm Internet Explorer
• Disarm Windows Media Player
• Remove Windows Messenger
• Improve privacy and security
• Improve performance



Though xpy is smaller than 60 kilobytes, it can close serious threats (i.e. DCOM) on long distance, where large service-packs can only protect you until a new security hole has been found.

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