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    Hi Guys!,

    After downloading todays updates and immunising I found 5 items remained 'Unprotected' I re-checked and also 'Undid' but still the 5 items remain unprotected. I even closed my browser down (IE7) and tried all the above again.. but to no avail!!

    After immunisation:


    Unprotected 5

    Protected 54477

    Total 54482


    Any ideas why this should be?

    Thanks,

    Curlydave.
    Last edited by curlydave; 2008-06-04 at 15:14.

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    I have the same problem. Except that I only have 4 that won't immunize. They are all listed as Domains in Software, Default, Administrator and System.

    Total shows 45506.
    Protected shows 45502.
    Windows 2000 Professional (v.5.00.2195)SP4
    Internet Explorer v6.0 SP1 (6.0.2800.1106CO)

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    I have the same problem, but only 3 items are unprotected

    I re-checked and also 'Undid' but still the 3 items remain unprotected, too.

    I have IE6

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    Hi again guys!

    Mine are actually in :

    SOFTWARE (Domains) x1
    DEFAULT (Domains) x1
    Administrator (Domains) x1
    David (DAVID-xxxxxxxxx) (Domains) x1
    Guest (Domians) x1

    ???

    Curlydave.

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    Yes, you’re all right. A recent update causes 888.com to be deleted after being added, so that immunization does not “stick”.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atchiss View Post
    I have the same problem, but only 3 items are unprotected

    I re-checked and also 'Undid' but still the 3 items remain unprotected, too.

    I have IE6
    The same here, but I have IE7.
    I tried to UNcheck the files and re-tried to immunize without success.
    I tried to Uncheck all items and re-immunize, no avail
    I tried the same procedures also in SAFE mode, and no avail

    36527 Protected
    3 Not protected


    P.S. This issue has happened after the update of today

    Any suggestion is appreciated

    Thanks in advance

    Ciao

    Titano
    Last edited by Titano; 2008-06-04 at 15:56.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titano View Post
    The same here, but I have IE7.
    I tried to UNcheck the files and re-tried to immunize without success.
    I tried to Uncheck all items and re-immunize, no avail
    I tried the same procedures also in SAFE mode, and no avail

    36527 Protected
    3 Not protected


    Any suggestion is appreciated

    Thanks in advance

    Ciao

    Titano
    I updated today Sbybot and run the immunizer
    In Internet Explorer 7 field(Domains) 3 Unprotected.
    What is going on?Any reply from Safer Networking please!!!

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    I have the same problem as hutchinsfred. After today's update, those four categories each have one unprotected item and the progress bar won't finish.
    I am an administrator. I closed my browser and disabled SpywareBlaster, undid and reimmunized, and still no dice.

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    SB S&D 1.5.2.20 updated 6/4/08
    Windows XP SP3
    Last edited by P1h3r1e3d13; 2008-06-04 at 16:39. Reason: Link fixed

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    Like I said, it’s just a bug in a recent update that causes 888.com to be removed from the protection. They’ll fix it soon.

    Unless you intend on going to 888.com or visiting sites that link to it or have ads from it, there’s no need to panic.

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    Thanks for that Synetech!

    Panic over I guess.

    Curlydave.

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