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    It actively defends/protects you against malicious banners and ads.
    i have to disagree, it blocks sites too.

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    If you disagree then you are saying that it does not protect you?

    Backup your statement. If you are referring to "tinyurl.com" I can visit it fine with both IE and Firefox, thanks.

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    If you disagree then you are saying that it does not protect you?
    it does, but it blocks sites too and not only ads even if ads come from sites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drragostea View Post
    Backup your statement. If you are referring to "tinyurl.com" I can visit it fine with both IE and Firefox, thanks.
    If you will, please continue this conversation at the "other" thread. This thread was started by sweets53.

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    Default Resident Shield

    Quote Originally Posted by drragostea View Post
    SDHelper is Spybot's Resident Shield in Internet Explorer. It actively defends/protects you against malicious banners and ads.

    Resident Shield will give me full time protection where I don't have to decide what goes on a white list or black list?
    Can it be disabled if I don't like it as well?

    Yes, if you set a Restore Point and use it, it will be like Spybot was never installed.

    But don't worry : ), I doubt there will be any problems. If you have any, just come and ask.
    Good to know and thank you.

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    Can Resident Shield be disabled, just like teatimer if I don't want it? Don't know if this question was answered. Thank you.

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    sweets53:

    Both resident features, SDhelper and TeaTimer can be enabled or disabled by going into Spybot > Mode > Advanced Mode > Tools > Resident. Under the heading "Resident protection status" you will see:
    • Resident "SDHelper" (Internet Explorer bad download blocker) active.
    • Resident "TeaTimer" (Protection of over-all system settings) active.

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    Thank you.
    How do I add the little note that you have below your responses, describing your system, to my responses too?

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    sweets53:

    Quote Originally Posted by sweets53 View Post
    How do I add the little note that you have below your responses, describing your system, to my responses too?
    Go into your User Control Panel and edit your signature.

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    thank you
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