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About darth

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  • Birthday 01/01/1970

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  1. Thanks Seth for suggestions, but alas couldn't get the links to stay open. Well to say that they come up for a fraction of milliseconds/microseconds and then disapear complenty. Forgot to inform you of that in my first post. I also thnk the firefall may be the cause. will do some further checking and let you know what if anything I found.
  2. Only one link works in the sas tray icon, that one is "check for updates" Rig:Xp pro Firewall:Online armor(free) hips deactivated Avast 4.8 (free) These links have always worked in the past. First thought was a firewall problem/, nothing in their log shows a blockage of sas entries Removed SAS twice and reinstalled. Downloads were always from Superantispyware.com
  3. datasafe, try a powerfull rootkit detector called Avenger, it is free. view http://swandog46.geekstogo.com/avenger2/avenger2.html
  4. To late to edit. That is it has an option to do that. A regular user of Superantispyware.
  5. Malwarebytes does a pretty good job of removing hard to remove files.
  6. I too found lots of flash cookies left after using Ccleaner. I like the free utility "Flash Cookie Cleaner 1.0" for viewing and deleting flash cookies. It can be downloaded from http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/win/10969256
  7. Thanks praire dog. I'm going to check out this addon for FF, which I do use.
  8. Does SAS have the ability to delete flash cookies. If not, would SAS perhaps have this ability perhaps down the road. Some info on flash cookies is at http://www.wired.com/epicenter/2009/08/ ... ink-again/
  9. Say when one does an SAS update today and then does a system restore later in the day. Are the updates for today lost forever?
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