Is there a SAS alternative?

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by Mortal Raptor, Oct 17, 2014.

  1. Mortal Raptor

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    I want a program that just gets rid of tracking cookies like SAS does, is there any other alternative? I find it strange that SAS is the only one (at least the only one I know of)
     
  2. Brandonn2010

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    Just use CCleaner, or set your browser to delete them after you exit the browser.
     
  3. treehouse786

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    free for removing tracking cookies

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  4. Mortal Raptor

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    thanks a lot guys!
     
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  6. Mortal Raptor

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    Thank you Mayahana, I have Avira Antivirus Pro I just need something to clean the tracking cookies. I wouldn't use Norton even if you paid me as they have a cosmetic bug where you see 2 icons on the taskbar of NAV or NIS and I've reported the issue more than 10 times on their forums but they don't wanna fix it since they say it's just cosmetical and doesn't affect the functionality of the AV. I don't trust a company who lets kids program its program's GUI. If you read in their forums you will see many complaints about this issue. And since they moved to a single product which means now if you install the AV only, you will see other features of the higher suites for example there but greyed out, I hate such AVs. I want a clean interface for what I bought.

    but anyway, that's besides the question...... :)
     
  7. Mayahana

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    Cosmetic bug is fixed in 2015. I wouldn't touch Norton prior to 2015, but now that they FINALLY integrated the superior Symantec Enterprise aspects into the consumer version, it's quite impressive. Also, Norton doesn't gray out the GUI or show you other options of higher versions because now there is essentially only 2 versions, and they are functionally identical except for a cloud storage with one. 2015 has a brand new, very clean interface. I refused to run Norton until the enterprise features were made available in the consumer version - that happened - finally.

    Nevertheless, Glary is a fine product, I use it on every machine.
     

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    Yep I agree :thumb:
     
  9. Mortal Raptor

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    yeah that's what I ended it up doing