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how-to use FIREFOX Add-on?


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beep9362

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I have under Tools, Add-Ons, Dr.Web search, and Antivirus and Malware checker and other add-ons, but I can't figure out how to use them.
There is nothing to click on to be able to enter a search, there is nothing on the Main toolbar on top to click on, just where do I find those tools and how to use them?

I have version 3.6.12
What am I missing??
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Looks like a right click on a downloaded file to scan.

https://addons.mozil...efox/addon/938/
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thanks, I got DrWeb fixed. uninstalled and downloaded again,

Malware Search 0.9.3 does not show anywhere how to use it. I downloaded it again and still can't find anywhere how to use it.
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check first version of your firefox ,is it supporting that add-on or not..
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Hello,

To use Malware Search you should highlight some text and then right-click on it, on the menu click on Malware Search and then you should see the sites to search for the item you have hightlighted.
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