Discussion in 'SpywareBlaster & Other Forum' started by ten2the17th, Jul 7, 2006.
Is SpywareBlaster compatible with IE7?
Yes....nothing has changed yet in regards to any version of IE and where it stores ActiveX kill bits, Managed WebSites(Cookies) or Restricted Sites....which is where Spywareblaster places it's database also.
I seem to be having a problem with a new install on Vista Beta2/Office 2007.
The IE Protection section is showing 200+ items 'unprotected' (Cookies) in red and despite have everything 'checked' and latest updates installed, I cannot get them 'protected'.
What might I have done wrong?
Do you have SpywareBlaster installed on a system with Spybot and/or IEspyAD?
Yes, Spybot, AdAware and Avast are on there along with Windows Defender.
I have a very similar set-up on my XP machine and it's not got this issue??
This is a known issue with SpywareBlaster 3.5.1 running on Windows Vista Beta 2 - it's not a very serious problem as the rest of the protection should be in place.
I should note that Windows Vista is currently in the beta stages, and many things can change between now and the final release. With that in mind, we're keeping track of the developments so we can have a fully Vista-compatible version of SpywareBlaster ready for the official Vista release.
What about spywareblaster support for opera.?
'but all those XXX cookies will get through.... ' lol
Not a problem, more an observation really.
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