Flash killer in Mozilla?

Discussion in 'SpywareBlaster & Other Forum' started by artrama, Apr 28, 2009.

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  1. artrama

    artrama Registered Member

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    Hi, Javacool, et al.

    SpywareBlaster's an extremely useful, and reassuring tool. Thanks very much for your efforts.
    My only issue with it is that I would dearly love to kill all that Flash drivel.

    Blaster offers this option, but only for Internet Explorer.
    However, I use Mozilla daily, compared to only very rarely using IE.

    Is there any way I might execute the Flash killer option to cover Mozilla?

    Or, if not, perhaps there might be a Mozilla killer to which to look forward in a soon-to-be-released update package...?

    Any advice, even if it's only a flat, "No. Never." would be most welcome.
    Then I'd at least be able to move on from this conundrum.

    Cheers,

    Art
     
  2. ky331

    ky331 Registered Member

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    if you don't want flash at all in Firefox [I'm assuming that's what you meant by "Mozilla" ?? ], why not simply uninstall it completely? It should be listed in add/remove programs as "Adobe Flash Player 10 Plugin"

    As an alternative, there's a firefox add-on called NoScript, that allows you to selectively control... or fully block... Flash, java, javascript, silverlight, and others:
    http://noscript.net/features#contentblocking
     
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