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DSLR/BBR Security Forum,1,1 GRC Discussion Groups Outpost Firewall User's Support Forums SpywareWarrior Wilders Security Forums Home [frames] Home [no Figure 5 Browse to C:iespyad_zo folder, using the "Up one level" button, as shown in Figure 6. Would that still work??? :help: :help: :help: Back to top #3 Jacee Jacee Madam Admin Maude Admins 28,149 posts Gender:Female Posted 03 October 2005 - 09:54 PM Please read the For more information on installing and using the IE-SPYAD for ZonedOut Restricted sites list as well as the ZonedOut utility, consult the ReadMe.txt included in the package.

These files have been signed with with my 4096/1024 DH/DSS PGP key. Dell Latitude D600Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit SP1 Back to top #2 OFFLINE YoKenny YoKenny Super Power User Members 2,874 posts Gender:Male Location:Oshawa, Ont. Use a real firewall and real anti-virus protection instead. october redressed the fault, and downloasding was again possible of iTunes & Quick Time.In some way ie-spyad must have thought that iTunes was some kind of fraudulent program, until something changed

It only works with IE, and it only adds a list of sites to the Restricted Zone. The same holds true for IE-SPYAD2. This will bring up a screen similar to Figure 1 below. SP1 & SP2) Internet Explorer 4.0 Note: this file works only with Internet Explorer; it will have no effect whatsoever on Opera, Mozilla, Netscape 6.0/7.0, or the older Netscape Navigator/Communicator.

Back to top #9 TeMerc TeMerc Countermeasures Team Leader Anti-Spyware Brigade 1,584 posts Location:PHX, AZ Posted 12 October 2005 - 03:19 PM IE-SPYAD & AGNIS Lists Updated (Oct. 12) Hi All: For ad blocking to be available in NIS 2007, the Norton Internet Security Add-on Pack must be downloaded and installed: See the ProWAGoN section on this page below for more When switching ZonedOut to operate on the Local Machine Key, ZonedOut is actually telling Internet Explorer (via the registry) to Use the Local Machine Key instead of the Current User Key. For more information on using or adapting the files contained within the AGNIS Sites List package consult the ReadMe.txt file.

At present it is not known why ZonedOut fails to add those domains to the Restricted sites zone. The exe version is slightly uncomplicated to work with. Whether Symantec restores the ad-blocking functionality in future versions of NIS remains to be seen, but it is doubtful. Locate IE-Spyad.exe and double click on the file.

Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. This Restricted sites list is based in part on info from discussions in major anti-spyware forums, the latest updates to well-known anti-crapware programs, other crapware reference sites, and the latest updates There is no special forum, newsgroup, or web board for AGNIS. Use the ProWAGoN utility instead.

This "super-lite" version is about 1/3 the size of the full list and can be found in the \SUP sub-directory of the AGNIS installation directory. More hints IE-SPYAD also includes a batch file installation utility (INSTALL.BAT) that can be used to install and uninstall IE-SPYAD. Changed: slightly increased the pause ProWAGoN does between each message sent to the firewall. It will be updated only when new entries for its five main sections are added.

Help, please? The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Back to top #19 dog_soldier dog_soldier Advanced Member Anti-Spyware Brigade 923 posts Gender:Male Location:in the mountains of Pa in a small town Posted 21 November 2005 - 11:37 AM i uninstall Use the ProWAGoN utility instead.

For a list of additions and changes to the most recent common list from which both AGNIS and IE-SPYAD were built, see this summary. You can read a "Targeting and Inclusion Policy" for IE-SPYAD HERE. See the ReadMe.txt for more information on uninstalling older versions of the AGNIS block list. Use the ProWAGoN utility instead.

See the Updates for IE-SPYAD & AGNIS section at the bottom of this page for links to those forums and newsgroups. At this time, only the ie-ads.txt and IE-NFE.txt files are updated. © 2009 Filed under Security. You can download ProWAGoN here: https://netfiles.uiu...ce.htm#prowagon A summary of what's new, updated, and changed in IE-SPYAD and AGNIS can be found here: If you have any questions or comments about

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The PGP signature files are digital signatures that PGP users can use to verify the integrity and origin of the download packages. You can think of ZonedOut as an improved replacement for the .BAT file utility used in the "original" IE-SPYAD. Compatibility: The block lists included with AGNIS are compatible with the following versions of AtGuard, Norton Internet Security, and Norton Personal Firewall: AtGuard 3.x NIS 2007 10.0 * NPF2006 * NIS First choose option 1 to uninstall IE-Spyad.

I do hang out regularly in several newsgroups and forums where you can often find folks discussing AGNIS for Outpost (and other things related to privacy & security). No matter what form they take. IE-SPYAD for ZonedOut requires the ZonedOut utility from FunkyToad: The AGNIS block lists are compatible with AtGuard 3.x and ALL versions of NIS as well as NPF 2003 and 2004. If you pressed Yes, all the entries that were previously installed will be removed.

All postings and use of the content on this site are subject to the Apple Support Communities Terms of Use.  Apple Support Communities More ways to shop: Visit an Apple Changed: the default name for the exported backup file is "MyCurrentNortonAdBlockingList.reg". Imported lists are provided as-is. To update IE-Spyad™ for ZonedOut®, simply download the self-extracting executable version of IE-Spyad™ once again, and repeat the procedures for uninstalling old versions, and installing new versions.

And PLEASE add the word "PROWAGON" in the subject line, or I may not see it at all!) Norton Internet Security (NIS) and Norton Personal Firewall (NPF) are the trademarked property You can install the files to the default unzip folder or browse to your desired folder.