SpywareGuard & SpywareBlaster questions / issues

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  1. mucka

    mucka Registered Member

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    I am using SpywareGuard 2.2.0, SpywareBlaster 3.3.0.0, Spybot- Search and Destroy 1.3.0.0.12, Ad-Aware se Personal 6.2.0.206, ZoneAlarm 5.5.062 and Kaspersky Anti-Virus Personal 5.0.227 and my modem / router has a NAT firewall included. I never disable them, I run them constantly, I update them every day, and I do scans every day. The Kaspersky auto updates every six hours. Yet when I run scans with the Ad-Aware and the Spybot I consistently detect and fix / repair / remove “problems”…some of which, but not limited to, are AvenueA, Inc, DoubleClick, Advertising.com, FastClick, and WebTrendsLive. What is going on ?

    Also the Definitions Information for the SpywareGuard indicates the definitions date to be 1/22/04 and there are no reports in the Activity Log.

    In SpywareBlaster under the settings tab for Internet Explorer protection, I am unable to configure it to “Prevent spyware/tracking cookies. (requires IE 6 or later)”. The check off box is grayed out. I have IE 6.0.2600.0 (IE6 SP1) .

    Thanks for the help.
     
  2. Bubba

    Bubba Updates Team

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    Hey mucka,

    I have moved your thread to the Spywareblaster\SpywareGuard dedicated Forum.

    As you may or may not know....those entries are most probably tracking cookies and if we can fix your Spywareblaster tracking cookie problem....that will help in keeping those AvenueA, Doubleclick etc cookies in check.

    If you would....Please check the condition of you Privacy tab in Internet Explorer via IE\Tools\Internet Options\Privacy.

    That is the latest definition update and as for the activity log....what operating system are you using and if it's NT based(2000\XP)....do you have Admin priviligies ?
     
  3. mucka

    mucka Registered Member

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    Hi Bubba,

    Thanks for your quick reply

    I am sorry I posted my question in the wrong place. I have had very little experience with forums and none at all on this one. I really need to review the newbie info.

    I am aware they are tracking cookies, but that is about all I know. The Privacy tab in IE is set to MEDIUM. The Security tab is also set to MEDIUM. I don’t recall ever altering the settings, but I thought they were set higher than that. Actually, I would not know where to set them. Is it possible something changed them?

    I’m sorry I neglected to denote this info earlier: Dell Dimension 4100, Windows ME (with, I believe, all the updates), Pentium III, 930 MHz, 128K RAM...if you need to know this.

    Thanks
     
  4. AXIS

    AXIS Registered Member

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    hi just give imunize in spybot search and destroy tht will stop them coming those things
    i guess
    bye
     
  5. Jim Wood

    Jim Wood Registered Member

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    When I installed SpywareBlaster (works fine) and then SpywareGuard, I encountered a problem with the latter program. When it loads it seems fine but then after 20-30 seconds I get a "run-time error 429 Active X component can not create object" error message. Any help would be much appreciated. Jim Wood

    The next SGMAIN screen gives me two options cancel or details. When I click on the details button I get the following information:

    SGMAIN caused an invalid page fault in
    module <unknown> at 0000:00000000.
    Registers:
    EAX=00000000 CS=018f EIP=00000000 EFLGS=00010246
    EBX=0068f83e SS=0197 ESP=0068f7d8 EBP=0068f80c
    ECX=00454130 DS=0197 ESI=00000018 FS=870f
    EDX=81a2e7d8 ES=0197 EDI=0068f7f4 GS=0000
    Bytes at CS:EIP:
    0b 00 00 00 65 04 70 00 16 00 a4 07 65 04 70 00
    Stack dump:
    00454130 00000a90 00000018 00000000 00000000 00008862 bff7363b 00000a90 00000018 00000000 00000000 883c784f 00000197 0068f820 bff94407 86878862
     
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