phew, that was close

Discussion in 'SpywareBlaster & Other Forum' started by Erik Ayala, Jun 9, 2004.

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  1. Erik Ayala

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    After about three weeks of no updates I was beginning to worry about my favorite security software (SWB)!! I'm just wondering why......? If it's a money issue I'll donate again. I want to make sure he has all the bandwidth/servers he needs. Also, I didn't know that Javacool was just one guy!! The sites says "...WE value our security..." Kinda puts a block in your work schedule doesn't it. ;) Anyways, on a totally unrelated subject, can I block non-ActiveX programs in the custom blocking? Is it that SWB cannot do that? Or Javacool's research only covers ActiveX?
     
  2. Erik Ayala

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    I guess I must be talking to myself here. Oh well no problem. I don't mind. It's cool really. I'll just continue to wait.
     
  3. bigc73542

    bigc73542 Retired Moderator

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    No you are not alone there are just some of the mods and experts gone for a while during the weekend. we are just human to. :D ;)
     
  4. Erik Ayala

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    LOL! Good one. No but seriously, is Spyware Blaster in danger of being erased from existence? Like I said I'd gladly donate again. I love Spyware blaster, it has given me peace of mind about my system's security and I'd hate to see it go. And also, my ActiveX question......
     
  5. javacool

    javacool BrightFort Moderator

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    Not at all. :) I have tons of upgrades and enhancements planned for SpywareBlaster, as well as a new version (3.2) due out soon that should fix most of the remaining problems people are having, and add Firefox 0.9 support.

    That said, every donation is greatly appreciated. :cool:

    And in regard to your ActiveX question:
    Unfortunately no - the custom blocking section only applies to ActiveX controls. The issue is the method SpywareBlaster uses to block such controls - it only applies to ActiveX.

    Best regards,

    -Javacool
     
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