Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Oue, Oct 12, 2005.
test test blue
Try not using preview, but post reply (or similar).
Let's see if this photo of my wife shows up:
I've seen your wife somewhere
Yeah, she does get around
Wow, we better get back on topic before someone starts slappin us
So I'm done, nothing more to say about script protection
yes, I use it for years now without any problems.By default I have scripting disabled.
I've used this one in the past and remember a problem with it : "Unlike similar offerings ScripTrap will remove all traces of itself upon uninstalling including removing all associated registry entries and folder/file deletion."
You would have to put back the associations manually before uninstalling. If you don't, you've got a problem.
Would be somewhere around 2003 I stumbled upon this, don't know if the version offered now still has this problem.
That's why I switched to the program mentioned inpost #4.
I think all you have to do is click the disable button to restore file associations, but not positive.
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