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Lavasoft Ad-Aware 2007 Professional Edition v7.0.1.3-DVT

Scenegroup DVT just released the newest version of Lavasoft’s ad-removing program Ad-Aware 2007. AdAware is a privacy tool that scans your memory, registry, hard, removable and optical drives for known data-mining, aggressive advertising, and tracking components. It then lists the results and offers to remove or quarantine the components. The program detects a wide range of adware/spyware related issues and can be updated with the latest signatures via the built-in update utility. A breakdown in security at any company, large or small, has much larger implications than the typical spyware attack against home computers, and thus requires a more powerful anti-spyware program. Even the most advanced home users will appreciate the power of Ad-Aware 2007 Pro.

Key Features:

  • User-Controlled Spyware Removal – Decide for yourself what to delete from your system and what to keep.
  • Extensive Detection Database – Stay protected with priority updates from our extensive library of identified and analyzed spyware.
  • Ad-Watch Real-Time Monitor – Proactively detect malware and parasites so malicious applications are intercepted before they install on your PC.
  • Process Watch Module- View an in-depth snapshot of all running processes and quickly stop known offenders.
  • Customized Scans – Save time by scanning selected areas where known spyware programs are located – RAM, registry, hard drives, external storage devices, and optical drives.
  • Detailed Scan Reports – Conveniently export scan reports to XML and log files as text files.
  • Advanced Command Line Support- Scan and remove spyware without launching the interface window.

What’s new in Ad-Aware 2007 Pro:

  • Redesigned Engine – Benefit from superior program flexibility and more accurate scanning methods with all-new program architecture.
  • Improved Code Sequence Identification (CSI) Technology – Boost your privacy protection with precise detection of embedded malware, including known and emerging threats.
  • The Scheduler – Set automatic scans and updates to fit your personalized needs.
  • Incremental Definition File Updates – Save precious time and resources with smaller update files resulting in faster download times.
  • Ad-Watch RegShield – Improved protection against attempted registry changes, a favorite target for many forms of malware.
  • Ad-Watch Connect – Open a new channel to identify keyloggers and identity theft attempts with this convenient snapshot of programs actively connected to other networks.
  • TrackSweep – Control privacy by erasing tracks left behind while surfing the Web on Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Opera, with one easy click.
  • Hosts File Editor – Take control of your Web navigation by blocking advertisement sites, reversing browser hijack entries, assisting with parental controls, and creating navigation shortcuts.
  • Multiple Browser Support – Choose Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Opera with expanded browser support.
  • New Straightforward User Interface – Effortlessly maneuver the complexities of malware detection and removal with our new user-friendly interface.

Release name: Lavasoft.Ad-Aware.2007.Professional.Edition.v7.0.1.3-DVT
Size: 27MB
Links: Homepage, NFO, Link removed due Virusses


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  1. Saulo Benigno
    June 13th, 2007 | 21:28

    Nice program. I always used the Free one. Gonna try the PRO now :D

  2. Boo
    June 13th, 2007 | 21:30

    Wow, thanks. I’ve been sitting with a 2005 SE Pro version for waaaay too long.

  3. rallybuoy
    June 13th, 2007 | 21:35

    wheres the torrent?

  4. cslowe
    June 13th, 2007 | 21:40
  5. June 13th, 2007 | 21:53

    Thanks cslowe and iNFO ! :D

  6. smurphyzeke
    June 13th, 2007 | 21:56

    I use 2006 and everytime I scan it shows the same files as infected. I’ve scanned and deleted the files at least 10 times but they are still there. Any advice?

  7. RLSLog
    June 13th, 2007 | 22:06

    crack not working for me..

  8. David
    June 13th, 2007 | 22:07


    Download highjackthis, post your log in their forum, someone will help ya.

  9. June 13th, 2007 | 22:19

    Cr*ck is working fine, you need to copy ALL the files

  10. June 13th, 2007 | 22:21

    Thanks, I use 2006 Pro version and have been very happy with it, will see if this has any improvements.

    @smurphyzeke, have you checked your windows startup files to see if the offending file is being regenerated on startup? Or it may be in quarantine of another antivirus/spyware app and is being flagged in error. Try Spybot in tandem with Ad-aware to really cover your ass!

  11. June 13th, 2007 | 22:22

    More useless shit to bog down your windows PC.

    AKA Software for retards who open every email attachment they get without fail, and download obviously fake warez and cracks. Morons get what they deserve.

  12. June 13th, 2007 | 22:28

    crck not working for me too, ad-watch wont start (yeah i copied all files)

  13. Boo
    June 13th, 2007 | 22:34

    Hikarocore, tracking cookies and spyware are not exactly distributed by e-mail and false executables. Learn the subject before you speak up your mind.

    Ad-Watch may be unnecessary for more careful users, but making periodic scans of the system for possible spyware/trojans/etc is just common sense, and Ad-Aware is a good tool to detect some of these treats.

    Does the crack really not work? I want a third opinion.

  14. Chris Martin
    June 13th, 2007 | 22:36

    Just installed this and updated it and now a program call Projekt1.exe is trying to access the interweb. Any ideas what this is?

  15. dood
    June 13th, 2007 | 22:46

    Great! Been looking forward to this release. Ad-aware ftw ^^!

  16. June 13th, 2007 | 22:48

    Will the updates that come pretty often still work with a cracked version?

  17. dood
    June 13th, 2007 | 22:49

    Uhm… I just tested it (Sorry for double post) and it works like hell! To those who can’t get it to work, just copy the existing files in the Lavasoft directory, copy the “update-cracked.exe” in the crack directory, copy all the crack files to the Lavasoft directory again.

    Why couldn’t they just make it like the previous PRO versions? =/

  18. B0B
    June 13th, 2007 | 22:49


    IT CONTAINS A TOOL WHICH DECRYPTS FIREFOX PASSWORDS AND SENDS IT OUT TO THE arse on the other end!- SCANNED WITH KASPERSKY DETECTED PSWTool.Win32.FirePass.a (firepassword.exe)-inside the setup file!


  19. June 13th, 2007 | 22:59

    Boo: I do know the subject matter, and I was making a broad generalization about said topic. Cookies are a non issue in most cases, and spyware well if you’re stupid enough to install Wild Tangent’s software, then I still say you fucking deserve it.

    The rest of you: I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. Anyone stupid enough to download hacked or cracked antivirus/antispyware/antiwhatever deserves any shit that that comes with it. Switch over to Linux before your ignorance kills your system yet again.

  20. ger
    June 13th, 2007 | 23:06

    According to kasperky web page. PSWTool.Win32.FirePass.a is NOT-A-VIRUS. Search it http://www.kaspersky.com/viruswatchlite.

  21. B0B
    June 13th, 2007 | 23:06

    hikaricore and 420 seems to be one of the only ones with sense around here….

    Another virus sample to add to detections- dont worry I took the liberty of saving your arses by sending it to the AV companies…

  22. Ben
    June 13th, 2007 | 23:07

    I think I’ll wait for a safer release. Oh, and I’ll be damned if I switch to Linux, though I wouldn’t mind setting up a dual-boot with Ubuntu.

  23. B0B
    June 13th, 2007 | 23:08

    Well download and install it then, say goodbye to your passwords and your pc. I am trying to save you from fucking up your machine. The other components mentioned by 420 ARE NOT DETECTED BY ANY AV YET…. its a fucking virus how much more simpler can I put it???

    Google firepassword.exe and see what it does… why the fuck would they include it with this if it was a genuine installer?

  24. June 13th, 2007 | 23:10

    Boo, yes the crack works fine for Ad-aware and adwatch and updates work fine, BUT:

    As Chris Martin above states, the setup file aaw2007.exe (not the crack) is a re-pack which includes a little known trojan of some sort called projekt1.exe. Although my firewall picked it up
    and blocked it, I Googled it and got this on a support forum from 2003:

    Does anyon have a fix for a bug which is hitting my internet connection.
    It is bombarding my connction so badly that it makes even sending emails a problem.
    Even when I drop the connection it is still hacking my system until I logoff and on again.
    I have looked at task manager and the offending application appears to be “Projekt1″

    I advise downloading the setup file from Lavasoft’s website or similar and not using the setup file included.

    Ps: I have manually deleted the projekt1.exe file from my ‘c:\windows\’ directory without any problems, although I will have to restart before finding if it has any leftover suprises in store.

  25. wow
    June 13th, 2007 | 23:14

    More virus infected shit here. Fantastic

  26. Boo
    June 13th, 2007 | 23:17

    It’s like talking to a wall… There are almost 70,000 spyware detection rules present in Spybot’s library and almost 350,000 virus signatures present in KAV’s signature depository. If you think you can avoid all this crap all the time, 24/7, I have nothing else to say to you.

  27. Boo
    June 13th, 2007 | 23:19

    I’m sorry, that was directed at hikaricore. Took a long time to submit the comment with the bathroom break and all.. :)

  28. longlivetheking
    June 13th, 2007 | 23:25

    There is something wrong with this.
    Open aaw2007.exe with winrar and you’ll see another aaw2007.exe ( original one ) and PWSTEA~1.EXE which contains 7 files : 5 dll and 2 exe. One of them Projekt 1.exe is executed silently during installation.
    I’ve scanned entire archive on virustotal and this is the result:
    suspected of Malware.VB.18
    Win32.ModifiedUPX.gen!90 (suspicious)

  29. Aris
    June 13th, 2007 | 23:28

    So is there a virus/trojan or not??

    My KIS (Kaspersky Internet SAecurity) didnt keep anything, you say the trojan is not in the carck BUT in the programa so we dont you download the actual program from the official Lavasoft website??

  30. Aris
    June 13th, 2007 | 23:29

    Are the crack files clean??

    If yes then we dont you download from the official website?

  31. B0B
    June 13th, 2007 | 23:30

    You have to enable “riskware” category detection in Kaspersky for it to detect the firepass tool.

    The other virus components are not yet detected, I have sent them to many AV companies so they can add them to detections. Steer clear of this crap!

  32. GonZo
    June 13th, 2007 | 23:34

    i downloaded and installed it works fine, my firewall caught projekt1 and blocked it, i deleted it funny i have avast av and it didn’t notice it???

  33. Aris
    June 13th, 2007 | 23:34

    Thanks for the info BOB!!!

    I got the software from their website its free (at least for now) some tools dont work (need Pro) but when it detects an adaware it allows you to delete.

    I ll probably stay away as you adviced

  34. Boo
    June 13th, 2007 | 23:45

    Like hell I will…

  35. June 13th, 2007 | 23:47

    WOOHOO its about time it got released. This proggy and spyboy are a rocking on my harddrive.. yeeehaw!

  36. June 13th, 2007 | 23:52

    SO this release is a foobar :( .. I was looking forward to getting the pro edition.. I waited this long I can wait a little longer for a non-virus infected one. :) .

    /FYI I have been playing starcraft and I love it. I heard about the game but it didnt look that good, just got the game and cant seem to stop playing it.

  37. Aris
    June 13th, 2007 | 23:52

    In the carck file there are;


    When scanned with Kaspersky (riskware ticked) nothing come up, any of you found any trojans there??

  38. B0B
    June 13th, 2007 | 23:54

    I am using the new Version 7 beta of kaspasky…it has a more powerful scanning engine, and it picks it up.

    Version 6 or lower probably wont detect anything.

  39. RSS
    June 13th, 2007 | 23:56

    INFECTED CRAP – do not download!


    hmm, do the admin at RLSLOG give any shit about posting infected crap?

    seems not, it’s happened several times before, shame.


  40. fungus
    June 14th, 2007 | 00:05

    serve you right for using firefox!

  41. fungus
    June 14th, 2007 | 00:06

    Oh and Bob..what would the world do without you?

  42. June 14th, 2007 | 00:06

    Yup, confirmed as 420 mentioned above, all the following files are installed to your “c:\windows” directory on execution of the setup file:


    All the above .dll files are dupes of Firefox .dll’s, and I’m assuming are used by FirePassword.exe to do something serupticious with Firefox (executed FirePassword.exe, which opens in cmd, but unsure of effect). Projeck1.exe seems to be the only file which tries to connect directly to the net, maybe the carrier file for info from other files?
    Fuck knows, all I can say is they can all be manually deleted using unlocker and do not regenerate on startup.

    Basically, do not use this torrent, if you do then use the crack ONLY, not the setup file, get it from somewhere else.

    Admins, delete this shitty torrent link before some poor sod who doesn’t know how to remove this stuff gets seriously fucked up (BTW, I don’t store any passwords in Firefox and advise everyone else to do the same).

  43. June 14th, 2007 | 00:09

    Boo you’re still and idiot. ^_^

  44. Boo
    June 14th, 2007 | 00:21

    Oh no, a person who’s personal opinion I find ridiculous and uneducated just called me an idiot. What should I do? WHAT SHOULD I DO!!!

  45. Boo
    June 14th, 2007 | 00:23

    … It’s whose, isn’t it… Ouch…

  46. fsdfsdf
    June 14th, 2007 | 00:25

    Does people still have adware in the year 2007?

  47. RLSLog
    June 14th, 2007 | 00:29

    OMG, i knew there was smth wrong with this shit.
    i runed the prog and let Projekt1.exe access the internet, do i have to change all my passwords now?! including my email one.?#!%!

  48. FrankWhite
    June 14th, 2007 | 01:01

    How would i know if i got an infected one? Where would these fake files show up

  49. B0B
    June 14th, 2007 | 01:05

    Moral of the story…..

    If you want software and dont want to fuck up your pc….go to the shop and buy it (or just think twice before downloading and installing crap from the internet)

  50. Ben
    June 14th, 2007 | 01:15

    There sure are a lot of elitist jackasses on here today.

  51. FrankWhite
    June 14th, 2007 | 01:23

    none of those files are in my C:windows….i used the torrent on oink, maybe that ones not infected?

  52. demon
    June 14th, 2007 | 01:28

    @hibby on post 46

    You mentioned you can delete those files manually on C:\windows but what is “unlocker” is it a program?

  53. Truckstar88
    June 14th, 2007 | 02:32

    Bottom line to agree with Bob, is if someone wants you bad enough I don’t cae how much protecction you have, their gonna get you anyway

  54. June 14th, 2007 | 03:12

    Boo: Yes you made a spelling error. ^_^ Sadly though your opinion is only useful to Windows users, which I don’t fall into the group of. I’m “uneducated” enough to not have to worry about anything short of a rootkit. I know every process currently running on my system, what information my system is sending out and on what ports, and any attempts to gain access to my system the second it happens. Enjoy.

  55. June 14th, 2007 | 03:38

    I tried out the free version. It scanned the whole systtem EXTREMELY fast! New design looks goods too.

  56. Victor
    June 14th, 2007 | 04:04

    RLSLOG should start testing the files/torrents before they post them on here.

  57. Saulo Benigno
    June 14th, 2007 | 04:26

    nice, got a virus, installed… and no report on my AV.. great…

    but thank you guys, removed all the files from my c:\windows folder.


  58. Victor
    June 14th, 2007 | 04:39

    Does anyone else have a problem running Ad-Aware 2007 on Windows Vista Ultimate 32-bit ? Keeps crashing all the time and bunch of error messages.

  59. Serg
    June 14th, 2007 | 04:58

    For #65 Victor “Ad-Aware 2007 was released on June 7, 2007. But so far is incompatible with Windows Vista. While it can install, it sometimes crashes in the program and it hangs during the scan…” From http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ad-aware

  60. Victor
    June 14th, 2007 | 05:17

    Thanks… I figured something was wrong.

  61. Tux
    June 14th, 2007 | 05:42

    Haha. Windows noobs.

  62. crimson
    June 14th, 2007 | 07:17

    confirmed as infected …
    come on rlslog, delete this post or update to a new torrent ..

  63. Ben
    June 14th, 2007 | 08:34

    So Tux, why _exactly_ is everyone who uses Windows a noob?

  64. June 14th, 2007 | 08:47

    Besides the fact that they installed infected anti[insert windows problem here] software? lol

  65. Freak
    June 14th, 2007 | 09:41

    Yes i think rlslog, would no better… Or at least update it with a warning.

    I however downloaded from usenet, and the file i downloaded does not appear to have the infected items that are mentioned above. I searched for the filenames of those files mentioned, and none are on either PC i used it on.

    However the crack didn’t work for me for Adaware, the original.exe does work for me. The crack gives an error message. Which is known on the Lavasoft forums, but it may be due to an earlier version.

    Interesting though, that the original.exe did work on both machines.

  66. XD
    June 14th, 2007 | 10:11

    INFECTED , so just wait for an other release !

    And use Spybot Search and Destroy instead, FREEWARE and the BEST there is !

  67. fazi
    June 14th, 2007 | 10:22

    uhm, i Agree that posting a torrent that contains some kind of mlware doesn;t suit to the portal like rlslog…

  68. June 14th, 2007 | 10:23

    Link removed…

  69. .Transmit
    June 14th, 2007 | 10:27

    there’s one on demonoid without the fucking virus.

  70. Aris
    June 14th, 2007 | 10:57

    if you have been infected WHAT ARETHE FILES that need deleting??

    Could someone let me know?

    Thanks in advance.

  71. June 14th, 2007 | 11:13


    Check comment #20 above for details of the offending files and/or #45 on how to remove them.

    Also, comment #47 has a direct download link with a clean version of the App.

  72. Aris
    June 14th, 2007 | 12:48


    Thanks a lot hibby, i will have a look at the previous comments right now. I think i installed a clean version but to be on the safe side i want to double check that i havent got them files on my pc!!!

    Thanks again

  73. Q
    June 14th, 2007 | 16:04

    the fun world of p2p

  74. nelly_kounelly
    June 14th, 2007 | 18:38


  75. Annoyed Boo
    June 14th, 2007 | 19:05

    Hikaricore, please. A good portion of Linux users is the very same ‘Windows n00bs’ who prefer using that OS mostly because of its “exalted” status or their innate, largely unexplainable hatred of everything Microsoft. WinXP is a solid operating system that has some unique advantages over its competitors. Anyone saying otherwise is either insincere or uneducated, just as I mentioned earlier. By the way, being able to know what information your system is sending out (and on what ports!) is an impressive achievement. Not anyone can learn an incredibly complicated technique of browsing firewall logs. Oh, wait, you probably learned how to use a packet sniffer as well? Holy crap, you must be one helluva genius. Can I have an autograph please?

    P.S. There’s probably one in ten or twenty of us who actually was, not even stupid but trustworthy (RLSLOG doesn’t do stuff like that often) enough to download and install that thing without scanning it or checking other comments first. Another case of gross generalization that seems to plague each and every discussion I’ve ever been to.

  76. Ben
    June 14th, 2007 | 19:13

    I generally don’t download anything without a virus scanner constantly running, but it’s an easy mistake to make.

  77. Smook
    June 14th, 2007 | 19:55

    @ hibby:
    your link Of Lavasoft Ad-Aware 2007 Professional Edition
    is not the pro but the free version.
    you rename the file wrong.
    or am i wrong

  78. June 14th, 2007 | 19:57

    the thing is the antivirus (i use f-secure, for instance which did recognize this firepass.exe thing and removed it) doesnt recognize any riskware unless the program is already installed and one of the riskware .dll files is trying to connect to the internet. As a result, people only realise something is wrong when the damage has already been done. So, the only thing to do in that case is to get rid of all the above mentioned riskware and its .dll files manually, clean the registry after uninstalling the program to remove all the traces left by it. and reinstall the whole thing again, running a non-infected setup of the program. u can download a free version of this program from the off-site and then use the provided cr*cks to turn it into the pro version.

  79. Smook
    June 14th, 2007 | 20:00

    now i get it, i see i can make it to a pro.

    cant update my free one

    who knows the unlock key and serial for the pro one

    hibby thank you

  80. June 14th, 2007 | 20:00

    guys, it’ s really easy and works 100% ! download a free version from the off-site, use the cr*cks and enjoy the professional version of the program!

  81. June 14th, 2007 | 20:02

    there is no serial or a keygen for the pro version as yet! use the cr*cks on the free version. for now it’s the only way to make ur free version into a pro! or u have to wait until some1 comes up with a keygen

  82. June 14th, 2007 | 20:19

    i was using the previous version but now “Ashampoo AntiSpyWare” does a good job on my pc, ill check this one as well

  83. Anon-e-Moose
    June 14th, 2007 | 23:27

    “Released on 06/13/07 for exclusive usage by
    members of the release scene. This isnt something
    to share with your school mates and not for sale.
    Go and ask daddy to buy this app if you like it!”

    Quoted from the .nfo
    Kind of a dead giveaway, isn’t it.
    I actually d/l’d and scanned first, thinking the “Link removed due Virusses” was a joke… Then came to see what you people had to say. Oh well…

  84. Irony at it's best
    June 15th, 2007 | 23:14

    ha the irony! a virus/spam/spyware protection/detection program has been removed cuz it has been infected XD

  85. xxxxxx
    June 19th, 2007 | 06:22


  86. jak
    June 19th, 2007 | 13:26

    well…i downloaded another one at torrentspy.net, it’s calmed that it had the Projeck1A as will as 1Q, spyware…but it said that when you goto your window directory you can simply manually delete it..however….it’s not there!

  87. ultra777
    July 9th, 2007 | 18:18



  88. jamesbond86
    July 12th, 2007 | 22:54


  89. scholes
    August 3rd, 2007 | 00:00

    will the torrent come back

  90. August 24th, 2007 | 22:57

    Thanks for sharing this nice program!

  91. arzee09
    February 24th, 2008 | 12:10

    ” in rlslog, all the antivirus products which is posted is not a cracked one, and also sometimes it carries a virus which affects the pc, admin of rlslog, kindly look into this matter on priority basis and help us”

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