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Someone as described above.

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They mention that IE often uses that dll. It is a system file that other
applications than IE can also use. The browser is providing a path
(vector) to the vulnerability - but is not insecure (in this context) in
and of itself. I'm just saying that it is not always obvious what takes
place when clicking a link. Bad things can happen even if the browser
itself is secure.

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I don't know of any off hand, I'm only saying that they can (and
probably do) exist.



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I use to run NoScript on that machine, was to much bother, and the
machine was specifically designed/purposed for this type of situation,
it was not a production/domain computer, it was setup for just this type
of reason, a just in case machine.

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Considering you're a guy claiming to be a woman, it would appear you're
not sure what you are - maybe all that Pirate Juice has actually
impaired your cognitive abilities more than we thought.

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Actually, I run all major releases/products from all major vendors as
tests against malware on multiple machines (and no, not at the same
time). So I do know exactly what I'm talking about, unlike you.

We uninstall SEPP and run other products as well as MBAM and SAS on
select random machines every month - part of the basic security scan.

Seems you're not 1/100 as smart as you pretend.

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Leythos wrote:
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Sounds like you need to re-visit your basic browser config,
and plug whatever gaping holes you allowed to exist.

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With a smidgen of gumption, you could have protected yourself,
or maybe better to say, you 'should' have, rather than rely on some big brother
software looking over your shoulder.

OK, so at this point it's just a bunch of woulda shoulda coulda, but sure
illustrates the reason some so called 'experts' become long term denizens of
this forum for the cyber-incompetent.

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How much is Avira AntiVir paying you joobois to shill for them?

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I have no connection to ANY vendor in any financial or other compensated
manner/way/connection, period.

That you are unable or unwilling to do the testing yourself shows.

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Trust yourself.
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