GRC "Security" NG posting. (AA/Naviscope)

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  1. spy1

    spy1 Registered Member

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    Refers to the latest version of AdAware FP'ing on both Naviscope and WebWasher - you'll need to "Exclude" those in AA to keep those programs functioning, perhaps.

    I can't get to GRC's html forums for some reason, so look for the thread entitled "AdAware 6.0 Kills Naviscope (Proxy)"

    Just a heads-up for those that use the affected programs. Pete

    *Note: This may also have been related to a recent occurrence of some confusion regarding SpyBlocker 6.0/AA (since MarketScore was the culprit there, too).
     
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    Well, well. Ad-Aware doesn't seem to be catching much of anything for numerous people, including me, so it's nice to know that it at least detects something.
    I uninstalled it as it was taking up valuable real estate on my machine.
    I'll just have to trust SpyBot S&D I guess.
    It's sad. :'( What happened to Ad-Awareo_O
     
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    Curiosityo_O I didn't think Naviscope was a supported program for the last couple years. Have they resumed support? I use Ad-Aware and Spybot both myself.

    bob
     
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    Nope, Naviscope no longer supported (but somebody sure does keep it available for d/l....). Pete
     
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