Here's a strange thing

  pj123 14:43 11 Jul 04

I have a second computer that has never been connected to the internet. There is no modem fitted to it. I have just put Adaware and Spybot on it and have run both programmes. Adaware found 1 object and Spybot found 3 problems? Where did they come from?

  Diodorus Siculus 14:47 11 Jul 04

What are they? Likely they are simply just IE vulnerabliites or something installed with another program.

  spikeychris 14:51 11 Jul 04

Yeah I agree these sniffers are super sensitive and drag up legit entries at times. How would the prog report its findings?

  pj123 15:13 11 Jul 04

Sorry, guys. I didn't take much notice of what they were (except I noticed DSO Exploit in Spybot). I just deleted them anyway. I will run them both again and see what happens.

  VoG II 15:15 11 Jul 04

You'll probably find DSO exploit comes up again. It seems that this is a bug in Spybot.

  pj123 16:04 11 Jul 04

VoG™. Yes you are right. On the second run I got nothing in Adaware but DSO Exploit in Spybot. I have Spybot 1.3

  pj123 19:45 27 Jul 04

This one has outlived it's sell by date so will close it now.

  Colditz 20:01 27 Jul 04

I decided to get rid of these,so i selected DSO exploits (5) and option jump to on each one then deleted them one by one,they have not come back i just hope it does not affect anything.So good so far.

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