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    http://forums.spybot.info/showpost.php?p=199211&postcount=101

    I don't know what the framework is, that is required for ClearType... but I'm just hoping it can be implemented.

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    Can Tahoma be used instead of MS Sans Serif font (I think that this feature has been suggested) ?
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    Lightbulb also...

    dont you think this needs to be updated PepiMK?

    http://forums.spybot.info/showthread.php?t=24183

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    Oh, indeed
    Will do in the next days, at the moment I'm a bit slow, just started to learn to type Dvorak
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    One more suggestion: Organize scan results somehow like this:

    ¤ - Adware: 3 entries
    ¤ - Zango: 2 entries
    ¤ - Executable File
    C:\Program Files\Zango\Zango.exe (3,5 MB)

    ¤ - Temporary File
    C:\00Zango.tmp (67,7 MB)
    ¤ - Zippy: 1 entry
    ¤ - Tracking Cookie
    Internet Explorer (Administrator, 3rd party,22.12.2004., 05:35:24)
    ¤ - Trojans: 1 entry
    ¤ - Psyme: 1 entry
    ¤ - JavaScript File
    C:\Program Files\XYZ\script.js (173 KB)
    ¤ - Usage Tracks: 3 entries
    ¤ - Logs: 2 entries
    ¤ - Text Document
    C:\Program Files\log.txt (1,5 MB)

    ¤ - Log File
    ¤ C:\00setup.log (7 KB)
    ¤ - Cookie: 1 entry
    ¤ - Cookie
    Internet Explorer (Administrator, 1st party,04.02.2006.,21:35:24)

    ¤ - Temporary Files: 2 entries
    ¤ - TEMP Dir.: 2 entries
    ¤ - Temp file
    C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\log.tmp (1,5 MB)

    ¤ - Log File
    C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\tmp.dat(7 KB)


    Found 10 entries. (Instead of Found 10 problems.).
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    Lightbulb thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by PepiMK View Post
    Oh, indeed
    Will do in the next days, at the moment I'm a bit slow, just started to learn to type Dvorak
    Thanks, its ok, you do what you can. I can understand that you are a very busy person. Thanks for updating it!
    Last edited by 129260; 2008-09-13 at 21:24.

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    why not have a feature that sets a kill bit on vulnerable activex controls until a patch is released by microsoft.
    Last edited by blues; 2008-09-19 at 16:16.

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    blues:

    If I understand your request properly, you can do that within Internet Explorer. In Internet Explorer, click the Tools button, click Manage Add-ons, and then click Enable or Disable Add-ons.

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    i was also thinking about other activex controls that is on the computers, for example a script on a website that does something with an vulnerable activex control that is on the computer. we can not disable all activex controls on the computer with the internet explorer add-on manager.

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    When spybot detects or deletes a file, write the file's date created (or date modified) in the log file (and possibly on the screen during the removal stage when the user is prompted) - this would be helpful in determining how long the computer has been compromised. In my case I had a keylogger and wanted to know how long it had been there.

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