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  1. 1. As it happens I hit the 'report button' on my posts in this thread to notify the mods and admin of the issues but got no response. 2. I did the complete uninstall and reinstall, and I also exported the registry keys and posted here as an attachment in a previous thread (AS REQUESTED) and got no answer. Anyway I'll go back tomorrow and find all the relevant documents and re-submit them all again. Thanks EDIT: Please refer to THIS thread, and my earlier reply to your requests there. Thanks.
  2. It's ok it's a fairly weak forum, little or no respect from admin or mods and this is a good example. Thanks Seth for your time.
  3. I've notified the mods and admin several times about this thread and it is ignored or put in the too hard basket. I know how to ignore and get rid of the detection. I think it's pretty poor that this thread is continuing with no input form the admin or even mods re what they're doing about this bug, anyway I'm not going to bother posting in this thread again. Thanks for your input Seth.
  4. PS Just curious, is THIS the Malware you have definitions for that are are picking up this key, and is that reg key I provided safe? I'm fairly sure it is from what I've read. Thanks!
  5. Sure, here it is. (Attached). SUPERAntiSpyware Scan Log https://www.superantispyware.com Generated 08/02/2010 at 10:34 PM Application Version : 4.41.1000 Core Rules Database Version : 5299 Trace Rules Database Version: 3111 Scan type : Custom Scan Total Scan Time : 00:00:11 Memory items scanned : 0 Memory threats detected : 0 Registry items scanned : 0 Registry threats detected : 1 File items scanned : 39 File threats detected : 0 System.BrokenFileAssociation HKCR\.exe HKCRexe.zip
  6. Evening all, I refer to this thread and SEVERAL others relating to the System BrokenFileAssociation FALSE POSITIVE. It was promised to fixed with the latest build but alas no, it's still being detected. (I am running build 4.41.1000) Is this ever going to be fixed, and do any of the techs or developers of this product ever read the threads in this forum? Thanks! Win 7 32 bit.
  7. Hi siliconman01, Thanks for your quick reply! I already tried that, and you're right - by checking "show the icon in system tray" it does stop the splash screen showing on system start-up. You're also correct in that I do not want to have the icon showing in the system tray. So, my obvious next question is: Is it possible to NOT show the icon in the system tray AND not have the splash screen show up on start-up? Is this a program bug?
  8. I am running the latest version of SAS (4.41.1000). I have the option enabled to NOT show the splash screen on start-up, but when my PC starts the splash screen shows up - very annoying and of NO use to anyone. Is this a program bug, or is there another way of stopping this from happening? Thanks PS If a mod or tech could answer this I would be very appreciative! Win7, 32bit.
  9. lance


    Could you submit a sample to Threat Expert and post the results here, thanks.
  10. Hi Bellzemos, Those entries are 'tacking cookies', as explained in the link provided by Seth. If you don't want SAS to scan for these non-malicious files in the future, follow these steps: SUPERAntiSpyware will detect tracking cookies as "Adware.Tracking Cookies" and you can choose to remove them or leave them on your system. You may turn off this feature in the Preferences -> Scanning Control tab of SUPERAntiSpyware should you not wish cookies to be scanned, detected and removed.
  11. You're quite right, I was thinking the same myself. IF ANYONE SEES SPAM HIT THE 'REPORT' BUTTON (ON THE LEFT) AND LET THE MODS KNOW. Thanks!
  12. Rubbish. ThreatFire is just Spyware Doctor with antivirus - a complete waste of time and money! Get serious.
  13. Submit a Customer Service Request ticket and they should get back to you, should being the operative word. https://www.superantispyware.com/precreateticket.html
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