Future Firefox / Seamonkey not protected

Discussion in 'SpywareBlaster & Other Forum' started by dew_veil, Feb 21, 2008.

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  1. dew_veil

    dew_veil Registered Member

    Feb 21, 2008

    I've been using SpywareBlaster for quite a long time with IE, Firefox, Mozilla Suite, and Seamonkey 1.x and I like it very much, especially the tracing cookies protection.

    Now I'm using the "future" Firefox - aka Firefox 3 (b3 or b4), aka Minefield, or "trunk builds", and also using future SeaMonkey (2.0a1pre), and I noticed that these are not protected with a list of sites which can't set cookies (in "Exceptions", for Firefox, the list is blank, and it's also blank in "Cookie Sites" in SeaMonkey)

    It looks as though SpywareBlaster isn't detecting them as being installed, and I have "all protections enabled" for Mozilla/Firefox. Indeed, the older versions of Firefox (1.5x... and probably 2.xxx, I can't test the latter because I don't have it installed), and of Seamonkey (1.xxx) are protected against tracing cookies, with a long list of sites.
    But the newest "future" versions aren't protected.

    I'm convinced that many people are now using these "new" versions of the browsers, just like me, and would like to be protected against tracing cookies with SpywareBlaster. (I don't use IE... ;)

    Would it be possible to check that, and make SB detect the browsers, in a near future version?

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