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Updated DNT+ Out


john bunyan
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For those that use it there is a new version out of Do Not Track Plus.(Free anti tracking )

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johnnyrocker

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tonight it has stopped working with a message to contact support?

johnny

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john bunyan

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johnnyrocker Mine working fine on 2 W7 PC's. 11 items blocked on this site, an increase on the "normal" 6.(3 social buttons;2 ad networks; 6 companies - all blocked) 11,500 blocked in a couple of weeks.

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johnnyrocker

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must have been a glitch from the update as now ok

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john bunyan

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johnnyrocker Also see here as the update caused a firewall alert.

http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forums/1/helproom/4127150/firewall-says-binaries-have-changed/

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johnnyrocker

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clears it up a bit thanks

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john bunyan

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As a matter of interest , since installing DNT+ a couple of weeks ago, my SAS scans have found no ad aware tracking cookies. I do also have Abine and Easy list in my tracking protection. I used to (nearly) always find a couple of tracking cookies before.

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