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Wagenmann
Posted: June 26th, 2009, 3:49pm Report to Moderator
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Daily chores: check wanted cookies, clean Internet Explorer Temp Files, recent, you name it. Then the main system checking program does its thing and help me to delete unwanted intrusions in my system. I am reasonable sure I´ve done a good cleaning.

Then I restart, then the syscheck folks check my machine again and tells me: "You´re machine is in excellent shape". I can take that, from this company.

I then check that only the cookies I want, are persistent. No problem.

I then run this well known anti spy ware progam - and, voila!, "Here are seven cookies you just missed".

I am not very worried about understandable economic actions from the company, whose services I use, but the existence of   o n e   cookie planted every time I restart said program worries me very much;  from "rambler.ru".

Rambler is a Russian and not invited. My instincts tell me, stay away!
I do not want him to find my computer every time I enter CyberSpace!

Communications with concerned company confirmed FirstFear. My my mail is not handled by a human being.

Any suggestions for action?  Please!
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Wagenmann
Posted: June 27th, 2009, 9:59am Report to Moderator
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My point exactly.

So how do they get in if the machine is disconnected?
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