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Spyware Block List File

We have created a system that blocks all known "bad" ActiveX controls from running inside Internet Explorer by setting the "Kill bit".
When a page tries to install a component from our list, it will fail.
When a page tries to use a component from our list that was already present on your system, it will fail too!

Other, "friendly" components are not affected.
For a full technical explanation how this works, look at  this Microsoft article.
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Last Update: January 13 2006 00:40:59
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