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Please choose one of the following download locations. If you find that one of the links doesn’t respond, please try another. And SpywareBlaster is the most powerful protection program available. Prevent the installation of ActiveX-based spyware, adware, browser hijackers, dialers, and other potentially unwanted software. Block spyware/tracking cookies in Internet Explorer and Mozilla/Firefox. Restrict the actions of potentially unwanted sites in Internet Explorer.6/10(). Jul 17,  · SpywareBlaster Razvan Serea News Reporter Neowin · Jul 17, EDT with 6 comments Spyware, adware, browser hijackers, and dialers are some of .

 

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Dec 18,  · SpywareBlaster released! – (Google Chrome, Windows 10, and more!) Discussion in ‘SpywareBlaster & Other Forum’ started by javacool, Jul 16, Dec 05,  · SpywareBlaster is a simple program that provides protection from ActiveX-based software and unwanted cookies for both Firefox and Internet Explorer users. SpywareBlaster has a simple interface Subcategory: Anti-Spyware. Nov 07,  · Spywareblaster included enhanced support for and improved detection of Google ted Reading Time: 8 mins.
 
 
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I have used SWB for many years with no problems. Over recent months, SWB has not worked with Chrome. I have tried everything I know to cure the problem, including a complete uninstall with Revo Uninstaller and reinstall, with absolutely no progress. SWB always comes up with items partially disabled in Chrome. Obviously I am not alone on this matter.

Whilst the thread seems very thorough, I have found nothing said which helps. HP Have you clicked on Enable All Protection? Try that then do the new update and see if it solves the problem. Other than that, it is a problem which nobody at SWB appears to care about.

They have a knowledgebase article for issues with Mozilla Firefox but nothing for Google Chrome. I run the free version. If you are still experiencing this problem, please contact us at the following e-mail address: bugreports AT brightfort DOT com In your e-mail, please reference your username in these forums, and include a link to this thread.

We’ll be in touch with more debugging information. Thank you. I have just entered my problem, similar to that I posted on BC on the Wilders link you state above.

The post immediately in front of mine concerns the exact same problem. It is dated 25 Aug. So it looks as if all those intimately concerned with SWB either haven’t a clue what the trouble is or simply do not give a fig about the programs partially disabled items on the world’s entire Chrome users population. It sounds like javacool wants to perform debugging analysis and look at looks via email with individual users instead of in public.

Good luck. If SWB as a reputable supplier cannot react to the problem their program has with the entire worlds Chrome users, then I can live without them quite happily and Javacool can engulf himself in sheer ecstasy with his individual email discussions until the Sun goes Bang.

Did you update SpywareBlaster as suggested? I’m not trying to rain on your rant You mentioned Avast is your anti-virus while I’m using Avira so I wonder if something in Avast is switching off the Chrome protection? Yes, I have done what you say and just about everything else my humble brain can provide, but with no solution. If you read the Wilders links specified, you will see that I am not alone in being plagued by this problem and nobody has yet come up with an answer.

This matter is now many months old and in my technical world that is more than enough time for the SWB engineers and technicians to have solved the issue. By now, we should have a precise answer to the cause of this problem and a clear solution.. Not the hotch-potch of “do this or do that” which seems to be apparent. To prove this, I installed SWB version 5. The partially disabled Chrome items shown by SWB version 5. So SWB version 5. I suggest that SWB get their finger out and do some work to correct this problem.

Posted 07 November – PM. How do I add that in? Having proved beyond any doubt that SWB 5. It is their Google Chrome Protection panel.

I show this panel below for SWB 5. The corresponding SWB 5. Another mess with SWB 5. Hopefully they will eventually get round to it. Here is the SWB 5. Community Forum Software by IP. Sign In Create Account. Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.

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Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. Click here to Register a free account now! Spywareblaster 5. Have the BC experts any enlightening comments to make that may help? My Chrome version is bang up to date at Posted 07 November – AM Report it at the official support forum and follow these instructions. Posted 07 November – AM It sounds like javacool wants to perform debugging analysis and look at logs via email with individual users instead of in public.

Posted 07 November – AM It sounds like javacool wants to perform debugging analysis and look at looks via email with individual users instead of in public. Posted 07 November – AM You’re welcome.

Posted 07 November – AM “If SWB as a reputable supplier cannot react to the problem their program has with the entire worlds Chrome users , then I can live without them quite happily and Javacool can engulf himself in sheer ecstasy with his individual email discussions until the Sun goes Bang.

Posted 07 November – PM “If SWB as a reputable supplier cannot react to the problem their program has with the entire worlds Chrome users , then I can live without them quite happily and Javacool can engulf himself in sheer ecstasy with his individual email discussions until the Sun goes Bang. Posted 07 November – PM Browser detection should be automatic but if you’re running the latest version of Google Chrome, you must be running SpywareBlaster 5.

However since it’s release in July , it appears there are still some issues being reported with that browser Did you try reinstalling it or a clean install? Reply to quoted posts Clear. Site Changelog. Sign In Use Twitter. Need an account? Register now! I’ve forgotten my password. Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers. Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list.