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honest1961

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;) each time I run spybot same cookie tracking and registry changes keep
coming up the same ones what is wrong pls :tazz:
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hey its nothing to worry abt!

its just that spybot need a little help to sort out some problems! i cant give u a sure method unless i know exactly wht the prb it detects is!

u can always google for the exact phrase (within double quotes) - if u are in a hurry! . u will get a solution for sure!! ;)

- hope i have been helpful! :tazz:
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Thank you

I am usually pretty good at this. Learning at least. Thanks for the help.
You guys are great.
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What version of Spybot are you running? The original 1.03 version would always detect 3 or 4 DSO exploits, which were false positives. This was fixed with 1.03 TX download. The latest and current version of Spybot is 1.04RC2.

If you keep visiting the same website, then the same cookies will always appear to be deleted. :tazz:
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Thank you You guys are great :tazz:
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