SpySweeper 5.0 Question.

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by oddworld, Jul 13, 2006.

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  1. oddworld

    oddworld Registered Member

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    On the old SpySweeper 4.5.9 you could look at the list of all the cookies and stuff that the shields have blocked and it would show the total number of threats
    blocked by shields and number of threats removed by scans.

    I don't see this anymore.

    Please let me know if this is still in the program as I can not find it?

    Thanks.

    OK, I see the number of threats but still do not see the list showing all the blocked cookies ETC?
     
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  2. Chubb

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    Did the blocked cookies show up in the Quarantine?
     
  3. oddworld

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    Did the blocked cookies show up in the Quarantine?

    No, nothing at all in quarantine.
     
  4. Chubb

    Chubb Registered Member

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    Hm...What about in the Alerts button?
     
  5. oddworld

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    Alerts just say No Alerts.

    I see some under the options and always apply button.

    Maybe I'm just confused and do not know how to operate this new 5.0

    Every time the shield blocks a cookie should it go into quarantine?
     
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  6. lodore

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    try this click on options then on the right hand side click on view sesion log the log should tell you stuff like when it updated and what it blocked.
     
  7. oddworld

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    There it is !!! Thank you.

    I could not find that and I've been to the options pages quite a few times.
     
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