Discussion in 'privacy general' started by Trooper, Apr 27, 2005.
If anyone on the forums here has used this to help block bad ActiveX Controls in IE.
it's handy and it's free, it uses no resources at all (similar to spywareblaster).
why not using it? but if you have sp2 and you have set it up correctly, there is less need of having such activeX blockers imho.
I've used it once.
the ZIP file is the best option... but it DOES cause a few FPs in the AS proggies
Thanks for the info guys. I am running SP2 and rarely use IE. I was curious if anyone has used it before and what there thoughts are. Perhaps I can recommend it to some colleagues for home users who still use IE for some silly reason.
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