Spyware Blaster

Discussion in 'SpywareBlaster & Other Forum' started by NCMickey, Aug 30, 2005.

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  1. NCMickey

    NCMickey Registered Member

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    Here's my situation:

    I have Spyware Blaster installed on a PC, using XP, and two identities. My question: does installation on the HD protect BOTH identities, or must I install it twice ?

    Thank You,

    M. Kohut
     
  2. Bubba

    Bubba Updates Team

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    You do not have to install it twice....but there is a proper way to provide protection for both identities.

    As you may know there are 3 protection features....ActiveX, Cookie and Restricted Sites.

    The ActiveX protection has to be enabled by a user that has Admin privileges because it needs to write to the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE registry key. The Cookie and Restricted Sites protection needs to be enabled by each individual user because it will write to the HKEY_CURRENT_USER registry key of the user signed on.
     
  3. Kahvi

    Kahvi Guest

    I'm in the same situation as NCMickey. XP with seperate accounts. Both accounts have Admin privileges.

    SpywareBlaster works just fine on my account.All the protections are always enabled, don't have to do a thing until there's an update.


    My Problem: On the other account however, the protections are always disabled whenever you click on the program. I enable them, click the program off, click it right back on again...all the protections are disabled.

    I downloaded SB on that account, ran it, and I still have the same problem.


    Help Please!
     
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