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Malware nightmare, my security is not right/missing problems [RESOLVED


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Oh- Almost forgot-just as an FYI . I went to download the IE-Spyad and got the message below. When I followed the funkytoad link ( http://www.funkytoad...ent/view/15/33/ ), it said that the request didnt exist :) .

Please Note: the original IE-SPYAD format that used .REG files to load and unload the Restricted Sites list is no longer available and will not be maintained. The same holds true for IE-SPYAD2. Both are replaced by what used to be called IE-SPYAD for ZonedOut. ZonedOut is a free utility that loads and unloads a plain text list of domains into the Restricted sites zone. You can think of ZonedOut as an improved replacement for the .BAT file utility used in the "original" IE-SPYAD. This new version of IE-SPYAD provides the same protection as the old version, but is easier to use and maintain.

IE-SPYAD contains a set of Internet Explorer "Restricted sites" lists for use with ZonedOut, a free Internet Explorer zone management utility available from FunkyToad:

http://www.funkytoad...ent/view/15/33/

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Ok thanks I will remove it from my end speech.
If all is well then I will close this thread.
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Yes, all is well now :) . The last thing is whether or not it is OK to have both Avira and Spybot together on one machine.

Thank you so much for your time- I can't begin to tell you how much I appreciate it. I really had no means at present to hire a local firm to fix it and I use the computer daily for job searching.

Again Thank you- you are amazing! :)
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Yes AVira and spybot will be fine together.

You are welcome :)


Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :)

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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :)

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