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Spyware Blaster issue with SeaMonkey browser

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I currently have win xp installed on my main computer at the moment with the usual setup, however I noticed on a program I've recently started using called spywareblaster says that '234 items have protection disabled' on my SeaMonkey browser (2.33.1 version).  I enable all protection, but it's not long before I get the same error again-what is going on?  I recently reinstalled and have plenty of security (comodo firewall, avast, malwarebytes etc) I've scanned with all the different programs and my system is clean.




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See oma1942's post here:
http://forums.mozill...p?f=7&t=2301203

Other things I've found was people disable the browser protection and/or the error is related to cookies.
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Just wanted to let you guys know what's happened, I tried fiddling around with the settings and nothing seemed to work-so I just made sure to run Spyware Blaster before I started using my browser to fix the issue before going surfing.  However after recently installing the new 5.2 version of Spyware Blaster, it seems the problem has been fixed!


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