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There are other similar ones out there like Tomcat which is a .Net/Mono app which will run practically natively in XP (provided you have the .Net framework installed of course). Haven't used it myself but intend on doing so shortly.


Good stuff cheers. :thumbup:

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Useful site worth a look at

http://www.techsupportalert.com/best_46 ... lities.htm

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Not bad - free AV stuff :)

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Help.
I`m not very good with these new fandagle computer thingamebobs.
So could someone advise me on which Anti Phishing software to use, as some barsteward has had a go at my computer.


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IE 7 has its own in-built anti-phishing software

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IE 7 has its own in-built anti-phishing software


Sorry to sound dim, but where would I get this? and what would be the cost?


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Do you ever run the windows update tool?

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cottontop wrote:
Do you ever run the windows update tool?


I have windows on automatic update


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IE 7 has its own in-built anti-phishing software


Sorry to sound dim, but where would I get this? and what would be the cost?


Its free

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/produc ... fault.mspx

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Try running it manually it gives you options for non-critical updates and tools though I thought IE7 was part of the critical update list

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Anti-phishing is basically common sense in any case. As long as you don't go randomly giving out credit card or personal details it isn't needed. Treat any request on the internet as you would in real life and it should never be a problem.

For some reason though people detach a random stranger on the street asking for your credit card from a random website asking the same.

In any case IE7 has it now and FF3 will have it when it decides to grace us with its presence at some point this year.


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Anti-phishing is basically common sense in any case. As long as you don't go randomly giving out credit card or personal details it isn't needed. Treat any request on the internet as you would in real life and it should never be a problem.

For some reason though people detach a random stranger on the street asking for your credit card from a random website asking the same.

In any case IE7 has it now and FF3 will have it when it decides to grace us with its presence at some point this year.


All it was,I recieved an email informing me that as I had made a cash transfer online ,they needed confirmation of my involvement as they were checking on such transfers.
As I hadn`t made any such transfer I did not click on the link but went to my branch to check. They told me they had not sent me an email.
If I had made a transfer, I might have been inclined to click the link.


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I don't mind ripping the music indutry off :twisted:

Its a joke having to pay £17 for a double-CD when they cost 75p to make :roll: :x


Do they cost that much. I could do a double CD for about 5p if I was that way inclined and generally pressed discs are cheaper than CD-R's.

The best solution is to go for something like iTunes (but not iTunes since there are cheaper, superior options out there) and just burn the songs onto a CD.
what are the other programs like itunes??? as thats what I use????

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This is always worth a look if you need another opinion.

if you have a file of dubious origin then upload it and this site will scan it using many AV programmes, you can then make a more informed choice about whether to use that keygen or not :wink: :D

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For those using Firefox, FOXMARKS is an excellent tool to maintain Benchmarks and to ensure their compatibility with other computers and also protection in case of having to recreate Firefox.

It can be found by searching add ons via the firefow tools menu and searching on 'FOXMARKS'

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