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  1. Have not seen it for a while, but it appeared again today Using uBlock Origin or AdBlock PLus do nothing, its added to the blocking lists and also added to the surf protection lists again today but still manages to get around all three of the web page blockers Its annoying but as yet does nothing other than force you to quit the browser via the task manager This is the new link, for the moment hxxp://adnew.in/mozilla/gb/
  2. Had it appaer again today. No warning, just appeared Managed to eventually capture the web address in-between the pop-up trying to block me It appears it loads the entire web site in one huge DATA:, so I'll try pasting that into my ad-blockers and let you know Copy here : data:text/html;base64,PGh0bWwgeG1sbnM9Imh0dHA6Ly93d3cudzMub3JnLzE5OTkveGh0bWwiPg0KPCEtLSBNaXJyb3JlZCBmcm9tIHdpbmZpcmV3YWxsd2FybmluZy5pbi8gYnkgSFRUcmFjayBXZWJzaXRlIENvcGllci8zLnggW1hSJkNPJzIwMTRdLCBUdWUsIDI2IEFwciAyMDE2IDE4OjM3OjUwIEdNVCAtLT4NCjxoZWFkPjxtZXRhIG5hbWU9InJvYm
  3. Had it appaer again today. No warning, just appeared Managed to eventually capture the web address in-between the pop-up trying to block me It appears it loads the entire web site in one huge DATA:, so I'll try pasting that into my ad-blockers and let you know Copy here : data:text/html;base64,PGh0bWwgeG1sbnM9Imh0dHA6Ly93d3cudzMub3JnLzE5OTkveGh0bWwiPg0KPCEtLSBNaXJyb3JlZCBmcm9tIHdpbmZpcmV3YWxsd2FybmluZy5pbi8gYnkgSFRUcmFjayBXZWJzaXRlIENvcGllci8zLnggW1hSJkNPJzIwMTRdLCBUdWUsIDI2IEFwciAyMDE2IDE4OjM3OjUwIEdNVCAtLT4NCjxoZWFkPjxtZXRhIG5hbWU9InJvYm
  4. I tried that but all access to the website is blocked, nothing works on the computer unless I force quit the browser via the Task Manager I had to go into the browser history and work out which URL it was loading from. That's how I blocked it first time until they used a redirection URL I know it doesn't save or alter anything but its very annoying having to force quit the browser when I get it appearing Thanks any way
  5. I've had quite a few anti-virus/firewall products in the past and don't have any problems changing software if it stops meeting my needs Norton, Commodo Firewall, AVG, ZoneAlarm just a few. All fell foul of how I wanted MY computer to run so were removed and the search for better software that I wanted to control, but even beginners can use EIS as it seems to be set-up to provide the best protection but also allow quite a lot of control over its features once you've used it I've been using Emisisoft Security Suite for about 3 years now, its installed on 3 computers so I
  6. I get this web page appearing from some web sites I access. I have managed to block it in the past but it seems they have now worked around the blocking plugins I use (Ad-Block Plus and uBlock Origin) I've added it to be automatically and silently blocked in Surf Protection but its still being loaded. I'm assuming this is because they now use a redirection URL instead of a web link that I blocked quite easily in the past The web link is : http://fastpublish.in/mozilla/gb/ I've attached a screenshot in case you are not aware of this very annoying scam web link and
  7. Many thanks for all your help, that would explain the slight increase but also show your not relying on users having to do huge updates when installing new software Thanks again for solving my BSOD issues, two days now and no issue so far. Before it lasted about 5 minutes after installing EIS
  8. Finally got around to installing EIS after all the aggrevation I was having, and so far seems pretty stable with any instant BSOD I was getting previously Thanks for all the help One quick question : When I've downloaded the main EIS setup from your web page each time I've downloaded it, its been slightly bigger than what I had previously stored on my 'Windows Install' folder where I keep the majority of things that I reinstall after a fresk format and install. I'm assuming it was minor stability fixes, but not worth increasing the version ..... No viruses, just a slightl
  9. Many thanks, that makes a lot of sense which is what I assumed Is there any possibility of releasing a private beta release that has the Online Armor firewall driver in EIS or compare the two to see why one is causing problems on some hardware but the oher does not I really am loathe to not use the same version as installed on the wifes laptop as I have a 3 computer license for EIS but my license for the two separate packages should have now expired, so I'm current in a 30 day free trial until I'm ready to try again with EIS on my system. It is so unstable with random BSOD with EIS
  10. Thanks for the help and advice, I'll look into the suggested MS HotFix, but before uninstalling the current separate packages and reinstalling EIS to see if it cures the instablility and BSOD's (via a restore point so I don't have to do it all manually again) is there any possibility of the reason why I get BSOD happens with EIS but the Emsisoft Anti-Malware 9.0.04570 and Online Armor packages 7.0.0.1866 (both with beta updates enabled) run perfectly and very stable and always have done. It's just very unstable when EIS is installed and nothing else is changed Thanks again
  11. Files attached and sent to email address as requested, also included the 'sysdata.xml' file that was also in the minidump folder Thanks
  12. I have the minidump, it crashed after just a few minutes of installing EIS and running just 3 pieces of software. I had to hard reset my system and turn on the minidump optiosn as I usually turn them off along with the auto-restart after crashing. I hadn't even had chance to save the options before my system crashed and dumped the minidump without any warning or doing anything How do I pass on the minidump to you to have a look at whats happening. I also have a file ending in sysdata.xml if that is any use to you also I have had no choice but to uninstall EIS once again as my sys
  13. Something else I noticed, especially with software that calls other 3rd party software is the firewall 'learning mode' or 'system scan' that tells the firewall that pretty much everything already on your system could be considered safe. This seems to be missing from EIS, either that or its now under other option but I can't find it in the taskbar menu either when right-clicking the EIS icon that would in the past bring up a quick options menu so I could turn on 'learning mode' while installing some software that has a lot of registry requests while configuring itself I use AVstoDVD, fre
  14. I did have VMWare Workstation 10 installed, but have yet to get around to it, but will install EIS again now I know it wasn't hardware related I can always go back to the Malware/Firewall packages if/when I get another crash Reading through the various 'issues' with EIS, I was thinking it had something to do with the firewall side of things and enable beta updates as a normal install option anyway, as suggested by other replies to users frustrations I was having pretty much the same problems of system slow downs for no apparent reason and software that works one day suddenly throws a bl
  15. Recently installed EIS and it appeared to be working fine, but 3 days ago, maybe 2-3 days after installation, I got a BlueScreen of Death and minidump at random, but having just installed WaterFox browser guessed it was that, they released an update shortly after that suggested it was WaterFox as the update was to fix random crashes on some hardware, but I was still getting the blue screens Reinstalled Windows 7 as I was getting sick of the random crashes, everything went fine for a day, and it started again. Not fun after spending a day reinstalling software and getting your system partia
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