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Can't get rid of security warnings


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I'm sorry Tom. OMG, I responded to your post, but instead of reply button, I pressed cancel and was waiting and thinking that you abandoned me.

So, meanwhile, I figured out that the warning shows up when I download something, like some program or uTorrent, but if there's no good solution, I'll just ignore the sucker
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Hi sem40,

It's no problem whatsoever! Now we know it's a uTorrent issue, I researched the problem and found this:

http://forum.utorren...=741452#p741452

It looks like it's a bug in uTorrent, in the way it displays adverts. It might be worth giving that solution a try?

Tom
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Hi, Tom.

I think this fix worked and I don't see the ActiveX warning anymore. 1,000,000 thanks for help and patience.
With great Appreciation,

sem40
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Hi sem40,

That's great news! Thanks for posting back the results :)You're most welcome for the help!

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