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Posts posted by hackerman1

  1. Hi !

    Try this:

    1. Uninstall Adobe flash player

    2. Download adobe flash player from the links below, (32-bit / 64-bit means O/S-version not browser-version, so if you have Windows XP-32, then select the 32bit-version,

    if you have a 64-bit O/S then select 64-bit even if you are using a 32-bit browser.

    3. Run the installer.

    Adobe Flash Player, direct download links:

    Internet Explorer 32 bit : http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayer/current/licensing/win /install_flash_player_11_active_x_32bit.exe

    Internet Explorer 64bit : http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayer/current/licensing/win /install_flash_player_11_active_x_64bit.exe

    For Other browsers 32bit : http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayer/current/licensing/win /install_flash_player_11_plugin_32bit.exe

    For Other browsers 64bit : http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayer/current/licensing/win /install_flash_player_11_plugin_64bit.exe

  2. Thanks for saving my hand! My only doubt is whether it is safe to do so. Since learning mode involves rule creations, I wouldn't fancy a rogue. I know they are MS Updates, but you never know! So do you first check the digital signatures of the updates and then allow them to install in learning mode? Of course you have to download the updates manually for that.

    if you use "windows update" then of course you get "the original"....

    it must be safe to install.

    how do you mean that you could get a "rogue" from Microsoft ???

    and i agree, those multiple pop-ups are VERY annoying, personaly i turn off "program shield" when i install software...

  3. oa.cat, oa.hlp, oa.srv, oa.gui

    those 4 processes is always running, start taskmanager (right-click on the taskbar or start taskmgr.exe) and take a look.

    anyway, i have been using OA & EAM together for years without any exclusions, and i have never had any problems.

    now i have those 4 excluded in all my antivirus-programs, just in case....

    EAM exclusions in OA: a2service.exe. a2guard.exe, a2start.exe

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  4. Okay thanks. Anyone know when the blocklist at COU will be updated? I used to use that but it outdated since last year I think...

    from Calendar of Updates

    Calendar of Updates, IP Blocklist for Online Armor: Last Updated: 04 2010 06:21 AM

    hpHOSTS, IP Blocklist for Online Armor: Thursday December 29th 2011

    the hpHosts-file isn´t very old...

    but if you want a newer HOSTS-file, then i recommend http://winhelp2002.mvps.org/hosts.htm, [Updated January-18-2012]

    i´m using their HOSTS-file + COU´s IP-blocklist for OA....

  5. So what your telling me is that some program in my computer is trying to communicate with www.instantchess ?

    Could this possibly be a trojan not detected by anti-malware?

    yes, since you get a popup, "something" is trying to connect to that website.

    in your first post above you said: "Everytime i connect to the internet i get a popup..."

    exactly what do you mean, do you have your browser or any other program running so it opens the connection ?

    or does it also happens without any program running, when you open a connection "manually" by fx. clicking on the taskbar-icon ?

    i´m using my own computer now, so i checked where you can change the notifications, it´s under "Guard" →"Surf Protection".

  6. if it´s in your "Block list" then it´s normal to get a notification if some program in your computer tries to connect to that website, if your settings are to get notified.

    you can change your notifications about websites, fx. personally i have "Block silently" for all advertising sites.

    sorry, but i can´t tell you exactly where those settings are right now, because i´m using another computer at the moment, without EAM....

    but i will be using my own laptop in about 30 mins, so i´ll be back a bit later with detailed info.

  7. yes, that is a false positive.

    one reason for this can perhaps be that McAfee also have security-programs to sell...

    McAfee siteadvisor cant´t be trusted regarding safe / unsafe websites, i have seen weird recommendations before....

    that is the "old" Online-Armor website.

    but it´s (still) safe to download from.

    the new "home" for Online-Armor is at Emsisoft.com, so you can also download Online Armor directly from Emsisoft.

  8. Me desculpe, eu não falo português.

    este é um fórum de Inglês, por favor, tente postar em Inglês.

    mas a partir de google-translate eu entendo que você não pode atualizar normalmente.

    exatamente qual versão você está usando?

    pode haver alguns problemas temporários com os servidores de atualização, que já aconteceu antes.

    mas apenas Emsisoft pode responder a essa pergunta ...

    this my answer in english:

    i´m sorry, i don´t speak portuguese.

    this is an english forum, so please try to post in english.

    but from google-translate i understand that you can´t update normally.

    exactly what version are you using ?

    there might be some temporary problems with the update-servers, that has happened before.

    but only Emsisoft can answer that question...

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