Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by AndyXS, Jul 10, 2009.
Apart from Browser Defender and WOT, I am wondering if there is anything else worth having?
Definately, i use all these daily.
QuickSet Internet Zone (QSIZ for short) is a free program that functions as an add-in to Microsoft Internet Explorer. QSIZ provides you with an Internet Explorer toolbar button that gives you easy access to a variety of security-related settings for the Internet Zone. Using QSIZ, you can easily change individual security settings for the Internet Zone, without having to fumble with the native Internet Options dialog.
* Download signed ActiveX controls
* Download unsigned ActiveX controls
* Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins
* Active scripting
* Scripting of Java programs
* Scripting of safe ActiveX controls
* Access data sources across domains
* Display mixed content
* Drag and drop or copy and paste files
* Navigate sub-frames across domains
* Windows 9x/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista
* Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 or later
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CachePal lets you clear your Internet History, Temporary Internet Files and Cookies from one click on your Internet Explorer toolbar. Simply install, add to your toolbar and click whenever you need to dump your past or see a web site with a clean cache. Perfect for Web or Flash developers who constantly need to clear the browser environment to view changes. Includes uninstall.
KeyScrambler Personal is a browser add-on. It protects all your inputs against known and unknown keyloggers in IE, Firefox, and Flock: your login credentials, credit card numbers, passwords, search terms, Java, Flash, PDF Forms, web email, and more
KeyScrambler Premium is the edition for business and offers the most comprehensive anti-keylogging protection. It encrypts your keystrokes in over 110 applications in the following categories:
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