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    Default TeaTimer doesn't protect startup and registry

    I've just finished installing clean copy of WinXP and as usually I installed Spybot before installing other softwares and drivers, but here comes my problem.

    Spybot hasn't asked me even single time do I accept changes that drivers/software wants to do in startup/boot process.

    I've already tried uninstalling and installing back again but no changes.

    Any help would be appreciated

    EDIT: I'm using 1.6.2 version with all updates.
    Last edited by kuebk; 2009-05-16 at 21:14.

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    Ok, I found out that if I don't install the newest update to the TeaTimer it works as I want to but after update it doesn't.

    How to switch it back to old working mode after update?

    Sorry for double post but I couldn't edit my last post.

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    Hi kuebk,

    I guess that these changes were good, so Spybot didn't block them.

    If you want Spybot to report every change, right click on the TeaTimer icon in the right down corner and activate Paranoid mode.
    Best regards - Beste Gre,

    Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    Hi kuebk,

    I guess that these changes were good, so Spybot didn't block them.

    If you want Spybot to report every change, right click on the TeaTimer icon in the right down corner and activate Paranoid mode.
    Ok, thanks. But what does mean the sentence in brackets 'Ask on any unknown'? Is this mode based on some kind of premade black/white lists?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuebk View Post
    Ok, thanks. But what does mean the sentence in brackets 'Ask on any unknown'? Is this mode based on some kind of premade black/white lists?
    Spybot will ask on any unknown registry change and you can choose what you like. All bad changes will blocked automatically as far as I know.

    More information here:
    TeaTimer seems not to be functioning
    Best regards - Beste Gre,

    Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    Spybot will ask on any unknown registry change and you can choose what you like. All bad changes will blocked automatically as far as I know.

    More information here:
    TeaTimer seems not to be functioning
    Thank you very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kuebk View Post
    Thank you very much.
    You're welcome.
    Best regards - Beste Gre,

    Matt

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