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We are aware of the problem with Firefox 3.x and are working on it. The problem is that radical undocumented changes were made.

SuperAntispy has commented on this in a previous thread which I'll link to later and edit here :)

https://forums.superantispyware.com/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=2367. See the following :

"No, we are not against it - it just poses many problems from the "inside" - typically open source code is poorly documented and people can change it at any time without approval, knowledge, etc. - this can "break" software products that depend on certain things to function. We have experienced this first hand with Firefox 3 - the developers completely stripped interfaces we used for ad-blocking with no regard to developers using them - for instance, Microsoft leaves the old ones in place to make sure software still works. Open source also allows people to "see" inside the code and find ways to exploit it much easier than proprietary systems."

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