SpyProtector.exe is part of the anti-spyware software from Neuber. Anti-spyware software protects your computer from software that unauthorized software that monitors your surfing habits or personal data. This is an essential part of your anti-spyware software and should not be stopped or removed.
If you want a detailed security rating about your SpyProtector.exe (and all other running background processes) read the following user opinions, and download the free trial version of Security Task Manager.
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Average user rating of SpyProtector.exe:
based on 18 votes. Read also the 13 reviews.
1175 users ask for this file.
11 users rated it as not dangerous.
2 users rated it as not so dangerous.
2 users rated it as little bit dangerous.
3 users rated it as dangerous.
|All comments about SpyProtector.exe: |
| Add-on to the main program. It runs as tray icon in the task bar. See also: Link Matthias|
| Spy Protector See also: Link Georg|
| It comes with the paid for version of task manager. It stops keyloggers, spyware and trojans See also: Link Malcolm Reed|
| It comes with the paid for version of task manager. Nice paid version application. Allows you see all processes running, included windows processes. See also: Link Luis Vargas|
| It is that ugly Poland-flag-shield near the clock. |
| Spyprotecto Put them in jail, the bastards|
| Dangerous. Rogue Software Go to link below and scroll down to see the list of rogue software. This is included in that list. See also: Link Singh|
| Included with registered version of Neuber Software's "Security Task Manager". Provides blocking of spyware with regard to: program starts and stops; monitoring of keyboard, mouse, and macros. Icon in Windows system tray also provides easy access to "Show all processes" (starts Security Task Manager), and "Delete history" (deletes accumulated junk in whatever category that is checked in a list of options; very handy, especially regarding internet usage history). Ronald H.|
| Do not use it, See this link: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/virus-removal/remove-spyprotector See also: Link RR|
| There is another SpyProtector that's rogue. It looks totally different. Please, take a close look before you comment. Eric S.|
| It appears from the comments here that there are two pieces of software with the same name, one a fake scanner, the other (which I have) a useful piece of software that came as an extra when I bought Security Task Manager. Amongst other things, it performs the really useful function of alerting me every time something I am installing tries to add a registry entry that starts an 'updater' or worse every time I turn on the computer. This is much better than trying to identify each one later and clearing them all out after the machine becomes too slow at start up. AlanK|
| Its a spy program says my computer...all the time. couldnt trust it...and its annoying. |
| I have paid for this and it works fine. Spyware protector.exe is the executable It is part of security task manager. it warns when registry changes and keyboard monitoring and other monitors when enabled. you need to enable this every time manually when you are doing things like banking etc. i enable mine every time i boot bit of a pain but the developer will not enable automatically as I have asked. loza|
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Is SpyProtector.exe spyware or a virus, trojans, adware or worm? Is there a known SpyProtector.exe error?
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