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       Bits From Bill     (May 25th, 2013)

Dangers of Downloading Free Software
       Bits From Bill     (October 21, 2012)

What You Need to Know About Windows 8
        Bits From Bill     (August 16th, 2012)

How America Online Created the Internet
        Bits From Bill (July 30th, 2012)

Why I prefer using WinPatrol to the Windows 7 UAC
        (The Windows Club)

SmartScreen Filter, The New UAC
        Bits From Bill (July 21th, 2012)

Targeted Cyber Threats Aren’t Just Attacking Iran
Do not call registry doesn't stop malware attacks by phone?       Bits From Bill (June 2nd, 2012)

Facebook in Pink isn't Cheap
        (Bits from Bill, March 22nd 2012)

Why do I need WinPatrol?
        (Cloudeight InfoAve Computer tips and tricks)

Top 10 Free Software Utilities of 2009
        (New - January 1, 2010)

Keep you Computer Clean and Tidy with WinPatrol Portable
        ( - December 30, 2009

Facebook Simplifies Sharing your Personal Info
        (Bits from Bill, December 10th 2009)

Who Gets Your Personal Information on Facebook?
        (Bits from Bill, December 5th 2009)

Free #1 Tweak to Improve Windows
        (Bits from Bill, September 28th 2009)

Four Reasons Why Windows 7 is Ten Times Better
 (Bits from Bill, September 10th 2009)

WinPatrol Honors World II Veterans with Honor Flight
 (Bits from Bill, Memorial Day 2009)

Social Marketing Great on One Condition
 (Bits from Bill, May 19th 2009)

WinPatrol PLUS Database Available in 13 New Languages
 (Bits from Bill, May 13th 2009)

The Bill Pytlovany WinPatrol Story
 (Bits from Bill, April 23rd 2009)

Privacy Warning using Facebook on a Network.
 (Bits from Bill, April 10th 2009)

Dear Apple, We Don't Want Safari
 (Bits from Bill, April 9th 2009)

What is and why use WinPatrol?
 (Bright Hub, March 25th 2009)

Real Conficker Danger is on March 31st
 (Bits from Bill, March 25th, 2009)

Conficker Judgement Day on April 1st
 (Bits from Bill, March 24th, 2009)

Top Ten Reasons to Try WinPatrol Again
 (Bits from Bill, December 4th, 2008)

Windows 7 Desktop Preview
 (Bits from Bill, October 28th, 2008)

Google Chrome Proves there is No Future for Web OS
 (Bits from Bill, September 3th, 2008)

Tips & Sources for Installing Free Software
 (Bits from Bill, August 4th, 2008)

Apple's plan to take over the World
 (Bits from Bill, July 14th, 2008)

WinPatrol for x64 systems
 (Bits from Bill, July 4th, 2008)

Help Friends/Family with WinPatrol Flash
 (Bits from Bill, May 22nd, 2008)

Windows XP Service Pack 3, What You Can Expect
 (Bits from Bill, April 2th, 2008)

WinPatrol 2008 Adds ActiveX Management
 (Bits from Bill, April 25th, 2008)

Windows Episode VII: A New Hope
 (Bits from Bill, April 8th, 2008)

Your Laptop Could Predict Earth Quakes
 (Bits from Bill, March 31st, 2008)

Internet Explorer 8 Beta: New Names for Old Ideas
 (Bits from Bill, March 14th, 2008)

Opt Out to Protect Your Privacy and Identity
 (Bits from Bill, February 13thth, 2008)

IAC may say Good-Bye Toolbar
 (Bits from Bill, February 29th, 2008)

WinPatrol 14.0 Enhanced Keylogger Detection
 (Bits from Bill, January 25th, 2008)

Ex-husband gets Jail Time for Keylogger
 (Bits from Bill, January 11th, 2008)

OLPC Evaluation Guide - First Impressions
 (Bits from Bill, December 17th, 2007)

Maleware is Free on Wireless Networks
 (Bits from Bill, December 14th, 2007)

SearchLand Security Advisory HIGH
 (, November 30th, 2007)

Detect Changes to Windows Automatic Updates with WinPatrol
 (Bits from Bill, October 26th, 2007) Press Release

More gnashing of teeth after Microsoft update brings PCs to a standstill
 (The Register, October 25th, 2007)

Microsoft addresses new reports of forced Windows updates and reboots
 (Mary Jo Foley ZDNet, October 25th, 2007)

AOL Renamed to Advertising Online  (Bits from Bill, October 17th, 2007)

Is your Email Real? Click here to find out  (Bits from Bill, August 31th, 2007)

Signature Error Claims WinPatrol a Porn Dialer  (Bits from Bill, June 20th, 2007)

MPack Hacking Creates Italian Job Trojans  (Bits from Bill, June 19th, 2007)

Teen Photo used on Porn DVD  (Bits from Bill, June 4th, 2007)

AntiSpyware Advertising Gets Nasty  (Bits from Bill, April 27th, 2007)

File Restoration, a new Revenue for Microsoft        (Bits from Bill, April 14th, 2007)

Think Before You Post        (Bits from Bill, March 27th, 2007)

Trend Micro HijackThis Will Remain Free        (Bits from Bill, March 14th, 2007)

Bill Gates confirms, Vista Upgrade Under $100        (Bits from Bill, January 29th, 2007)

The Storm Worm Hoax        (Bits from Bill, January 21st, 2007)

Who is behind StopBadware.Org?        (Bits from Bill, September 9th, 2006)

The CNET AntiSpyware Workshop - A Year Later        (ReveNews, April 6th, 2006)

The People of State of New York v. Direct Revenue, LLC
       (Benjamin Edelman - Media Coverage)

McAfee Acquires Web Safety Pioneer SiteAdvisor        (McAfee PR, April 5th, 2006)

Updates on IE (Zero-Day) vulnerability        ( SANS, March 27th, 2006)

SpywareQuake - newest roque, replacing SpyFalcon and SpyAxe
       ( Spyware Confidential, March 25th, 2006)

Olympic Technology and FEMA        ( Bits from Bill, February 23rd, 2006)

Windows Defender beta 2 and Microsoft anti-malware apps
       ( Suzi Turner, February 21st, 2006)

Photos from ASC Confernece        ( Bits from Bill, February 10th, 2006)

Digital Rights Copy Protection and the Commodore 64        ( Bits from Bill, February 6th, 2006)

Fight Back with        (January 25th, 2006)

Anti-Spyware Coalitions sets Agenda        (Washington, DC - February 9th, 2006)

Child Porn on Google        ( Bits from Bill, January 20th, 2006)

Microsoft "Zero-Day WMF Exploit" Patch Now Available
       ( Bits from Bill, January 5th, 2006)

Protect yourself immediately from WMF Exploit
       ( Bits from Bill, December 29th, 2005)

Top 10 tricks causing spyware epidemic
       ( Suzi Turner, December 20th, 2005)

E-Greetings, Screensavers bring more tears than cheers
       ( CIO Decisions, December 20th, 2005)

Top 10 roque anti-spyware        ( Suzi Turner, December 19th, 2005)

AOL and Google, Not really Spyware news but it's huge!
       ( December 17th, 2005)

Spitzer Gets on Sony BMG's Case
       (, Nov 29th, 2005)

SurfControl Joins the Anti-Spyware Coalition Public Workshop
       (Nov 28th, 2005)

Texas sues Sony BMG over spyware        (

Anti-Spyware Coalition Public Workshop        (Feb 9th, 2006)

Senate Panel Approves Spyware and Wireless Privacy Bills        (

Sony CD installs Rootkit software        (October 31st,

Microsoft recommendations for slow downs after XP, Service Pack 2.

Temerc Internet Countermeasures Interviews WinPatrol Author Bill Pytlovany

180 Solutions and CDT take the train to Bittorrent land
       (July 8th,

BitTorrent - They're doing it again!       (July 8th,

MS Downgrades Claria adware detection      (July 7th,

Microsoft-Claria Rumors Could Be an Inside Job  (July 6th,

Testimony of Ari Schwartz, Center for Democracy and Technology
(May 11th, Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation)

Telling the Truth about Installation Tactics   (May 9th,

Big Firms' Ad Bucks Also Fund Spyware   (May 9th,

Spying on the Spyware Makers   ( ZDNet Interviews with Ben Edelman )

AntiSpyware Workshop Blog   ( Bill Pytlovany, BillP Studios)
More Photos (Updated May 8th)

The remedy for spyware…not anytime soon   (ZDNet)

Intermix is just the start   (

CNet's AntiSpyware Workshop; May 3rd

Teacher Retirement Fund, Investor in Spyware company?   (

New York State Sues Major "SPYWARE" Distributor   (April 28, 2005)

The FTC Spyware Workshop: One Year Later
   (Eric L Howes, Updated April 18, 2005)

180Solutions Misleading Install Methods -
(April 15,

BillP Studios threatened by Spyware company.     (April 11, ibisthreat.pdf)
BillP Studios became the latest software developer to receive a cease and desist letter from a well known spyware company. According to IBIS, LLC publisher of WebSearch Toolbar...
"WinPatrol detects our products running processes WToolsA.exe and TBPS.exe and
tries to disable them"
"We believe your product was developed with clear intention of harming IBIS, LLC, and preventing it from distributing its applications to users and interfering with its business relationships."

Threats Against Spyware Detectors, Removers, and Critics
(March 25,

Homeland Security panel picks controversial chief     (April 6,

Hardcore Advice on Adware/Spyware From the Inside    (April 4,

Pest Patrol Pulls Claria Detection    (March 29,

Diablo Keys false report by AOL SpyZapper
Thousands of AOL members were alerted that they were infected by the Diablo Keys, key logging program. Only trouble is, none of the reports were true. If you received this notice from AOL 9.0 and its SpyZapper program from Aluria you can ignore it.

FTC shuts down spyware Web sites     (March 19,

Microsoft Describes Spyware Categories and Responses
(March 17,

180 Solutions Exposed   (March 14,

Hotbar threatens CloudEight and LavaSoft   (March 11 2005)

Advertisers Supporting eXact Advertising   (March 14 2005)

FTC Bars Bogus Anti-Spyware Claims   (March 11 2005)

FTC Final Staff Report on Spyware    (Released March 2005)

Antispyware Consortium Implodes   (

180Solutions & COAST - What are they really   (Spyware Warrior)

Aluria Announces Departure from COAST   (

Anti-spyware group unravels over direction   (

Webroot Quits COAST in Protest   (

Mysteryware News

Spyware Legislation

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