Release Date: May 14, 2003.
Your browser is just that: yours. The last thing you want is to have someone else take it over. This program watches several components of Internet Explorer to make sure no one hijacks your browser or tries to slip spyware into it.
If an invader does attempt to change your IE's home page, default Page, or Search Page, Browser Hijack Blaster will let you know. The program also keeps a database of known values common to spyware programs; when possible, it gives details and specialized instructions for shaking loose the leeches.
Whenever one of the above items is changed, or a BHO is added, you are immediately provided with information on the item, along with the option to keep the change, or revert to your previous settings.
Browser Hijack Blaster also can detect changes between the times it is run. If a spyware application tries to install its BHO at boot-up, and change settings at boot-up, before Browser Hijack Blaster is activated, you will be notified and (like the situation above) given the option to keep the change or to revert to your previous settings.
Browser Hijack Blaster also has a database of values common to spyware programs. If, for example, your homepage is changed to lop.com (a known hijacker) you will not only be notified, but a special notice will be displayed that you probably have Lop.com on your system (and that you should run an anti-spyware program such as Ad-Aware or Spybot S & D).
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