Discussion in 'SpywareBlaster & Other Forum' started by RonZaba, Sep 9, 2003.
On the next update could you add: www.searchtraffic.com to the sites that I can block?
I would also like to request that this be added to the definitions of spywareblaster. It shows up on this error page, http://404.cjb.net/ ....
Name of activex thingy: CJB Management inc.'s (Search)....
Thanks In Advance!
popupsponsor.com is the main culprit, the CJB website does not have an active X control on it but the pop ups have, as I did not get a alert for any active X on the page with my Active X alert system, but I disabled pop-up blocking and Active X controls also poped up with media.fastclick.com and popupsponsor.com
Thanks for the reports everyone! It seems like that's a new SearchWWW variant.
Even though Spyblaster shows Doubleclick cookie as being block, it continues to get through. Why is that?
Is your browser IE6 ?
I'm asking because that is the only browser SpywareBlaster's cookie protection works for.
Yes I have IE 6 and Windows 98se
When I bring up this site it says I have 0 messages. However when I put auggief into search I found your reply. Why is that?
I can answer the second one.
The zero indicates the number of P(rivate)M(essages) you have on the forum. It doesn't give you the number of replies you had.
I guess what you are telling me is to check for email reply so I will know I have a reply. Besides I have diffculty finding my original post. Thanks for the help. I have talked to a lot of people who say the "doubleclick cookie" is a regular when they run Adware or Spybot. I don't know if they use Spyblaster.
You should read this thread: http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=5326 about how to control cookies in IE6
I know I learned a lot there.
Hold on to that cookie though. Javacool may want to have a look as to how it slipped through. There are four Doubleclick cookies in SpywareBlasters database, but there might be more.
I changed my settings to block third party cookies and prompt for first party cookies.
This is the version of doubleclick cookie that I get:
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