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    Project Discontinued?

    Please forgive me if this has already been discussed elsewhere, however I was just looking for some confirmation about whether or not RunAlyzer has been discontinued.

    I noticed that the version I...
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    And an update: (source...

    And an update:

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    IOBit Stealing Databases from Other Vendors

    This seemed the most appropriate place to post this. Please move it if I was wrong.

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  4. Thread: BartPE

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    BartPE

    RegAlyzer will not load the registry from my BartPE disk. I have tested it on Windows XP Pro SP2 in both VMware Workstation and VirtualBox.

    I can't find any information about this other than it's...
  5. None at all. I actually tried to start this...

    None at all. I actually tried to start this thread in the beta section, and didn't have access (shows you how long it's been since I've beta tested here).

    Also note that while TeaTimer has come a...
  6. If I remember correctly, it became default in one...

    If I remember correctly, it became default in one of the more recent versions. Not sure if it was 1.5.2 or 1.6...
  7. Petition to remove TeaTimer from default installation.

    While I am affiliated with Malwarebytes, please note that this is a personal request based on the various users who I've had to walk through cleanup, and that it is not a request from Malwarebytes...
  8. Thread: Kernel Modules?

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    If kernel modules are all loaded as services, and...

    If kernel modules are all loaded as services, and therefore already displayed as services, then it would at least be nice if there was something to distinguish them from the other services.

    I'll...
  9. Thread: Kernel Modules?

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    Kernel Modules?

    Since some rootkits operate as kernel modules, and many computer issues can be caused by corrupt kernel modules, I was thinking that it would be great if RunAlyzer could list the installed modules,...
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    Well, we certainly appreciate the effort. You...

    Well, we certainly appreciate the effort. You always do good work. ;)
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    Nice. I like it. ;) I'll have to get it on my...

    Nice. I like it. ;)

    I'll have to get it on my BartPE disk ASAP.
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    Thank you! I will try out this new build as soon...

    Thank you! I will try out this new build as soon as I have some free time.

    I didn't expect an update on the weekend, so thanks for working when you didn't have to. ;)
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    PepiMK, are you ever going to fix the broken...

    PepiMK, are you ever going to fix the broken package available on the downloads page by adding the fixed database?
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    Now you've peeked my curiosity... ;)

    Now you've peeked my curiosity... ;)
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    I agree that the name 'AutoRunAlyzer' is more...

    I agree that the name 'AutoRunAlyzer' is more descriptive, but I think that it's too late in the beta process to change the name now. Many people recognise the name 'RunAlyzer', and changing that...
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    So a combination of the English words 'run' and...

    So a combination of the English words 'run' and 'analyzer' do not describe the functionality of a system startup analyzing application?

    BTW: Have you looked at the names of most of Safer...
  17. Thread: software

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    My personal favorite is avast!...

    My personal favorite is avast! Anti-Virus. The "Home Edition" is free for use at home, so you don't have to fork out a lot of money for your AV protection. ;)

    Another good free AV is AntiVir, but...
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    Try looking in that folder that has the same name...

    Try looking in that folder that has the same name as your Windows user account. ;)
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    That's what the topic title says, but when he...

    That's what the topic title says, but when he mentioned a .key file, I thought he was referring to the actual Kaspersky software. I guess I stand corrected. ;)
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    It wants your Kaspersky licence KEY file....

    It wants your Kaspersky licence KEY file. Assuming that you purchased Kaspersky online, they should have e-mailed you instructions on how to obtain your KEY file to unlock the Kaspersky software....
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    I find the idea of 0.0.0.0 as opposed to...

    I find the idea of 0.0.0.0 as opposed to 127.0.0.1 rather interesting, but in the end I don't think it's a huge issue. Redirecting to 127.0.0.1 does not slow down operation enough to cause any real...
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    Like I said before, I won't go into the McAfee...

    Like I said before, I won't go into the McAfee issue heavily right now (unless you want me to). I am a bit curious as to why you mention that it gets good reviews. McAfee Enterprise Edition failed...
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    I assume that you left the HOSTS file set as...

    I assume that you left the HOSTS file set as writable (aka. non-read-only)? If so, that might be why it worked faster. It may also be why there were less issues this time around. Perhaps, now that...
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    Understandable. ;) Just make sure to explore...

    Understandable. ;)

    Just make sure to explore it at least a little bit before the final version of Spybot comes out. If it's not a compatibility issue, and winds up being a bug, then it's best that...
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    If you have made no customizations to your HOSTS...

    If you have made no customizations to your HOSTS file, then it's not very difficult to remove Spybot's entries. Just remove everything below the first entry, which should read something like:...
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    Doesn't Spy Sweeper have a HOSTS file protection?...

    Doesn't Spy Sweeper have a HOSTS file protection?

    Try removing all of Spybot's entries from your HOSTS file, and then re-immunize. If it gets blocked, then start disabling security software one by...
  27. I've finally updated to the new RC1, and this...

    I've finally updated to the new RC1, and this issue does seem to be mostly fixed. Immunizing Opera against cookies with Spybot still causes an issue in Opera's cookies file, and all of the cookies...
  28. I hope that GZipping the virus I e-mailed didn't...

    I hope that GZipping the virus I e-mailed didn't cause you any trouble. I don't normally use ZIP for single files on Linux, and I've found that most archive managers can uncompressed a GZipped file.
  29. New Trojan/Spyware (might hijack/rewrite DNS info)

    I just found a link in the server-side stats for my website which showed that a webpage about some video was linking to my website. When I followed the link to see what this webpage was about, I...
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    A release candidate? And even with a new Vista...

    A release candidate? And even with a new Vista thing? I can't wait to try it out. ;)
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    They could probably rework the API so that it was...

    They could probably rework the API so that it was capable of initializing the 64-bit version from a 32-bit program. I've seen software that has far more complex integration of 64-bit and 32-bit...
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    Does anyone download the beta from the official...

    Does anyone download the beta from the official beta page? ;)

    Anyway, it sounds like it's a known issue, so I imagine that a fix will show up in either the next beta, or in an update. And yes, I...
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    I'm going to go find out if it's x64 compatible....

    I'm going to go find out if it's x64 compatible. Thanks for the info. ;)
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    I would believe that blocking tracking cookies is...

    I would believe that blocking tracking cookies is part of the new immunize function. It's also easier for the to do it with immunize because of the way Opera stores cookies (in a flat file), which...
  35. Unfortunately, the documentation does not get...

    Unfortunately, the documentation does not get updated as often as it should.

    It's good to hear that you're figuring out what's going on. I can't get Opera File Explorer to run in any of my 64-bit...
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    I think they said that SweetIM downloads a...

    I think they said that SweetIM downloads a firewall bypasser of some sort (I assume it's that IE Firewall Bypass thing).

    I've asked them to scroung up the log file, and gave them the link to post...
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    Is SweetIM spyware?

    Someone recently mentioned to me that Spybot flags SweetIM (or at least part of it) as spyware. Unfortunately everything I have found through Google has said that SweetIM is not spyware/adware/etc...
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    Yes.



    I didn't try 'unimmunize'. I don't imagine it would work though, as Spybot cannot read it's own entries in Opera's cookies file after Opera has parsed the file.



    That only appears...
  39. OK, my tests with a clean install of Opera 9.22...

    OK, my tests with a clean install of Opera 9.22 build 8800 and Spybot 1.5 are finished. I had the same results as I did with 9.21.

    I'm not sure why I was getting my cookies deleted earlier. Maybe...
  40. OK, I just finished testing Spybot 1.5 with Opera...

    OK, I just finished testing Spybot 1.5 with Opera 9.21 build 8776 on Vista x64. I had deleted everything related to Opera before installing (program directory, profile directory, etc) to ensure a...
  41. Direct download via this link...

    Direct download via this link (that's the MSI installer, classic installer is here).

    Anyway, the issue I was having did not affect the wand. It was just automatic logins stored in cookies.
    ...
  42. No, I don't remember any issues with Opera 9.22...

    No, I don't remember any issues with Opera 9.22 and Spybot 1.4.

    If I have some free time tomorrow, I'll do some more testing. I'll test Spybot 1.4 against Opera 9.22 build 8800, and I'll test...
  43. I've figured out what happened. When I use...

    I've figured out what happened.

    When I use Spybot's Immunize function, it deletes all of Opera's existing cookies.

    It appears that the effect goes no farther than being required to log back...
  44. Opera has issues when processing it's cookies....

    Opera has issues when processing it's cookies. I've noticed that sometimes they don't all show up in the cookies list, and when you remove some of the cookies (especially when you remove a large...
  45. Oddly enough it seems to be OK now. I'm staying...

    Oddly enough it seems to be OK now. I'm staying logged into the various sites I visit regularly...

    Anyway, I'll post back with some more info on specific Opera builds and platforms and such when...
  46. Spybot 1.5 beta, Immunize v2 and Opera's cookies...

    I'm using the July 11th beta of Spybot 1.5 and I'm using Opera 9.22. When I Immunize using Spybot's new Immunize function, Opera no longer remembers my usernames and passwords for the various sites I...
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    I don't remember a warning, but that doesn't mean...

    I don't remember a warning, but that doesn't mean that I was actually paying attention when it was displayed. ;)
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    Thanks for the update. It works perfectly. ;) ...

    Thanks for the update. It works perfectly. ;)

    I did notice that in Vista, it doesn't immunize against everything when running with normal user privileges. When I ran it as Administrator, it...
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    Is this supposed to work in Vista? When I run it...

    Is this supposed to work in Vista? When I run it (with or without admin privileges) it doesn't work. I tried to send a bug report, but that doesn't work either. For reference, I'm using the x64...
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    I'll make sure to look for the new beta when it's...

    I'll make sure to look for the new beta when it's out, and try the new TeaTimer.

    Thanks for the bug fixes. ;)
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