The spy(ware) who shagged me
Brent Sheets recommends some free spyware removal applications, but cautions the reader backup first. (SearchWin2000.com)
Your PC is under attack
Evan Hansen and John Borland explain how "a lot can be done legally to your computer and personal information." They also offer advice about how you can educate yourself to lessen the chance you'll be spied upon unwittingly. (CNET News.com)
Defending Against Spyware Invasion
Brian J. Smith examines Kazaa to shed a light on different techniques software developers use to distribute spyware. (SANS GSEC Practical)
Protecting your network from spyware
This tip, excerpted from InformIT,gives you some ideas on how you can prevent spyware from infecting your network. (SearchSecurity.com)
Is it free or is it spyware?
SpyChecker has a large public database that allows you to check and see if the program you want to download contains spyware. (SpyChecker.com)
Just how rampant is spyware?
PC Magazine invited readers to participate in a spyware experiment as part of their in-depth look at "Spyware: It's Lurking on Your Machine."(PCMag.com)