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  sunnystaines 21:09 PM 24 May 12
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  rdave13 21:12 PM 24 May 12

Pipped at the post but thanks any way.

  lotvic 21:50 PM 24 May 12

thanks

  rdave13 22:00 PM 24 May 12

Should have posted a link really.

  sunnystaines 08:17 AM 25 May 12

missed the earlier post

  birdface 12:15 PM 27 May 12

Since the last update I have checked SpywareBlaster a few time and each time there were a number of Firefox protection's that had been disabled.

Tried it again this morning again and had the same problem.

So went into Mozilla Firefox on the left hand side to check it and there was a press here square that I had to press to cover Firefox.

I usually only had to press Enable all protection and that worked for IE and Firefox.Just wondering if this extra button was something new.never noticed it before.

I have rebooted a few times now just to make sure it is still working Ok.

Anyone else using Firefox with Spywareblaster have the same problem or was it just me.

The button no longer shows so I must have done something right.

  lotvic 12:35 PM 27 May 12

Just checked mine and not had problem you did. All ok but don't get Firefox listed in lefthand pane, just IE that I can tweak there. In the righthand pane Firefox is listed and says it is protected. Wonder why different display options?

  birdface 12:39 PM 27 May 12

lotvic

Under protection Status on the left hand side .Internet Explorer.Restricted Sites and Mozilla Firefox.

  lotvic 13:07 PM 27 May 12

buteman, Ah yes, got it now, thanks

  sunnystaines 17:31 PM 27 May 12

checked ff here all were ok

  birdface 00:16 AM 28 May 12

Must be me.Went to my daughters house today checked her SpywareBlaster and the same problem with Firefox.Different security programs so not that.The only thing we have in common is SpywareBlaster and both with virginmedia.

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