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Re: AVG free test results

Hi, was older version of Java removed it completly now running a
program called spyhunter 2.8 lists alot of cookies and zlob.trojan in
Registery to get rid of it however I have to purchase full version.
Also cant uninstall ICQ toolbar not showing up in internet explorer but
still in list of programs also my search says module missing when i try
to dump that.I notice your spyware link do you think this would get rid
of zlob?Or any adive on removal?Thanks in advance



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Confused. The latest is version 5 update 10, according to your second
reference <http://www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp , and that's
the version that gets downloaded if you run the Java updater from a
Windows PC.


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on 05 Jan 2007, something possessed Frazer Jolly Goodfellow to write:

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Ya, sun is kind of messed up right now on clearly stating what products
they offer.  The latest version is Sun Java 6.0.

Regards,

Will

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| Confused. The latest is version 5 update 10, according to your second
| reference <http://www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp , and that's
| the version that gets downloaded if you run the Java updater from a
| Windows PC.

In the center of the page...
"Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 6"
http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp


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David H. Lipman wrote:
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I just uninstalled 5 update 10 and installed 6 on my Win98SE box. 6
informed me that it doesn't support my operating system, but allowed me
to install it anyway; it appears to work. I have no idea what's up with
that; I'd expect either "it works with 98" or "it doesn't install".

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All rude people are impertinent.
Therefore, no rude people are relevant.
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On Fri, 05 Jan 2007 05:21:22 -0500, Frazer Jolly Goodfellow

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Select Download for "Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 6" from
http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp

Regards, Dave Hodgins

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on 04 Jan 2007, something possessed fred_7038@yahoo.com to write:
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That appears to be an unedited hosts file.  The purpose of the hosts
file is a reference of IP addresses for certain domains before seeking
the IP dress from a DNS Server.  A lot of people use the hosts file to
block certain domains from accessing their PC by redirecting a domain
name to localhost IP 127.0.0.1 (i.e. 127.0.0.1      
www.doubleclick.com).  Notice that there are no # symbols in that entry,
as the # symbol tells the OS to ignore that line for the purposes of
web-filtering/routing, as the usage of the # symbol is often used for
comments to the administrator.

While the hosts file can be used for purposes of web-filtering, or to
speed up loading certain domains by cutting out the DNS server for those
domains, it has been known to be used for malicious purposes (i.e.
redirecting google to coolwebsearch, etc.).  Since your hosts file
appears to have never been touched, that is not appear to be the source
of any of your present problems.

One more thing about the hosts file is that while it works for IE and
even for OE and WMP, it doesn't work for certain overlaying applications
such as Firefox or Thunderbird (but there is a way to configure these to
bad sites).

Now, about your other problems.  With 1s randomly being inserted, this
could very well be just a bad keyboard.  However, if you suspect
malware, than I'd recommend following David Lipman's instructions from
previous posts with his multi-AV utility.  Good luck and I hope thing
work out.

Regards,

Will

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Sorry for the double posts
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