Re: Worldwide air traffic over 24 hours
- From: "Allan Smith" <guesswho@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2009 15:01:36 -0500
No, I've not found a need to, as they pass IE's filter before they are ever
stored, and thus are only "preferences" cookies that do not store any
identifiable information (I have Trend set to scan weekly, and it removes
the known advertising preference cookies, and they start all over again).
Additionally, I use Trend's "Parental Contols" to block the more dangerous
categories of websites, and also use Trend's "Protection against Web
Threats" function, set to Medium. Those two protect me from clicking a link
that is misrepresenting itself, or that redirects to a known phishing,
pharming, or dangerous site, or a site that attempts to store identifiable
information in a persistent cookie.
If you are particularly concerned, set IE's Privacy tab and Trend's
WebThreats both to to High. The link in the post works fine with both at
High. Rarely does a legit site object to IE's High setting.
I rarely implement any security on a sitename basis because it gets
confusing. I preferring to depend on the higher-level security functions of
the software (that's what I have it for). The exception is several
security-sensitive sites I have access to, and they are permitted by using
the Security tab to put them in the Trusted Zone.
TM2009 affords even better protection. Upgrade is free at
It should retain all your customizations, exceptions, schedules, and
registration during the upgrade process.
If you want to test to see if Trend is interfering with that site, just
temporarily turn it off. Right-click the Trend SysTray icon and uncheck
"Protection against viruses and spyware" and OK out. Close and reopen IE,
and try again.
Don't forget to turn it back on afterward.
One asks, many answer, all learn -- Plato, on the 'Forum
True civility is when every one gives to every other one every right
that they claim for themselves.
"Ray" <Ray@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
On Wed, 11 Feb 2009 06:24:42 -0500, "Allan Smith"
First, go to adobe.com and install the latest Flash player. There is a
button there to do that.