Ad-Aware found new tracking cookies

  graham 11:07 04 Mar 03

Dated 2/3/03, one from TradeDoubler, one from AdServer.

  leo49 11:18 04 Mar 03


  Sir Radfordin™ 11:19 04 Mar 03

Don't leave crumbs when you eat them then!

  Â ÑÌÇKÑÂMË 11:23 04 Mar 03

Try this click here

  graham 11:36 04 Mar 03

Thanks, don't think it will work on AOL though.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 14:13 04 Mar 03

Don't worry about it the info it returns is anonymous. No problemo.


  graham 15:27 04 Mar 03

So other people who are not as clever as you may realise that 'Ad-aware' does not run by itself, as I thought. I was under the impression it stood guard like Zone Alarm. Let's see if I have got this right :

SpywareBlaster - Has to be run

Spybot - Has to be run

AVG = Has to be run

Ad-aware - Has to be run

ZoneAlarm - Stands Guard

  leo49 15:34 04 Mar 03

You don't have to be clever to read a program's Help file - how else are you going to find out how to use it?

  Johny C 15:35 04 Mar 03

I thought AVG ran in the background like zoneAlarm did,

Not to sure about the others though,

  leo49 15:41 04 Mar 03

Exactly - that's the Resident Shield component as a glance at the Help file would show graham.

  Djohn 15:42 04 Mar 03

graham, AVG runs in the background, protecting your system at all times.

Ad-aware, you run manualy at the end of each internet session, or once a week if you wish.

ZoneAlarm, runs all the time and like AVG protects your system.

Spybot, I think needs to be run manualy like, Ad-aware. Regards. J.

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