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Ricky_22

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It's termed as '2o7' and is a small txt file, it's a threat to my privacy! I have the local address where they are on my computer, but I can't trace them when I search :) any help would be greatly appreciated. Very many thanks guys,

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Adaware does a very very good job at removing tracking cookies.
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You can also go to your Internet options folder. Click on the privacy tab, then click on the sites button. When you get to the list type 2o7.net and mark it always block.
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thank you guys, I've done both so I guess I should be well covered :)

Happy New Year!
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