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Web3000 and Cydoor

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by fenwayrocks, Jan 1, 2002.

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  1. fenwayrocks

    fenwayrocks Thread Starter

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    I found these 2 references in ad-aware. Should I delete them?
     
  2. hewee

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    fenwayrocks,

    Bummer
    Good old spyware.

    You need to find out what programs put them there and use the uninstall from the program and then use ad-aware to clean up after it.

    Bet your have to wait till late in the day for others to post here. Everyone had too many drinks.
    Have never gotten any spyware to clean up so other can help you out a lot better.
    So I will just say HAPPY NEW YEAR.
     
  3. DoyceJ

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    Clean them. The worst that can happen is that the program that put them there doesnt work.
     
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    beach51- Your link went awry.

    http://accs-net.com/smallfish/web3000.htm#rem

    I installed my new mouse which put Web3000 on my system. I did not want to replace it so I used Adaware. Everything works fine. I seem to recall Bryan saying the new versions could handle it but I could be mistaken.
     
  6. fenwayrocks

    fenwayrocks Thread Starter

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    I had gator and flyswat in the past, removed them via add-remove. Thanks for the link and info.
     
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