Icratox

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About Icratox

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  1. Unfortunately I have not yet caught a screenshot. However update notifications and program notifications are shown on the center left side of the screen instead of the bottom left. Is this intentional or a bug? I've noticed this on two different Windows 10 x64 machines with normal display scaling (100%) and a 1920x1080 resolution.
  2. Alright, I tried it and I've been able to re-install Online Armor. Thank you
  3. Hmm, that did shamefully not solve the problem for me, receiving the message again.
  4. Again many thanks I'm going to give this a try and will see where I'll end.
  5. Can't believe I missed that, many thanks stapp! Last question I've got related to this, in that same topic the users refers to a thread where Christian mentioned that with editing the registry key for the particular driver you could solve the problem: http://support.emsisoft.com/topic/10147-oa-and-virtualbox-bridged-connection/ Just to confirm, does this entirely remove the driver that causes this problem or does it just remove the reference to it? I'd like to be sure before I run into other issues with Online armor
  6. I decided to re-install Online Armor premium today due to problems I had with the firewall in the hope a clean install would do the trick after trying several things. However after starting the installer I am getting the notification that Online Armor is incompatible with Virtual Box and bridged-network drivers. The problem however is that I already uninstalled VirtualBox from this pc about a week ago, yet I am unable to install Online Armor. Is there a way to solve this problem? Thanks in advance.
  7. You're unable to remove the exploits out of Java yourself, you're dependant on Oracle's sun for that, just make sure you're always running the latest java version and remove any obsolete java versions Further, personally I would recommend uninstalling java if you do not need it on your pc, however if you need it for certain programs (for example minecraft) but not in your browser it is wise to disable the java plugin in your browser to minimize the risk of getting infections through java exploits over the web.
  8. What I often did was a customized installation of avast Internet Security and with that disabling the Firewall component (just to be sure it would work without conflicts). If I am right you can still do this by going into "Programs and Features" and then click on the avast program and press uninstall. This should give you a pop-up menu of the program where you can change/repair/uninstall Avast. Deselecting the Firewall module under change would then uninstall the firewall. I do not know however if this would reset the other avast settings.