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fredvries

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  1. I'm not sure if anybody else made this suggestion (or if it has already been implemented in an Iobit Program) but I would like to see a feature (or even a novel program) that removes unused dll's that have been leftover after uninstalling a program. There are several little programs circulating around the internet that can perform the same actions.
  2. Some registry entries wil be recreated after cleaning. Which explains the fact that the program finds some every time you clean your registry.
  3. His host pulled the plug on his site because someone was so very friendly to post it on Usenet. That generated such an amount of traffic that other site owners experienced problems. The host wil reinstate the site if and when Thomas Hoen can guarantee it won't happen again. Which he can't off course. He's working on a solution. Maybe Iobit is willing to buy BitRemover to help Thomas out. :wink:
  4. [08oct10] Update of my list of programs/phones that use geolocation. Added: • Disabling of geotagging of photos for Apple iPhone.
  5. Update of my list of programs/phones that use geolocation. Added: • Disabling of geolocation/GPS for Pale Moon. See here.
  6. Re: No Geolocation Update of my list of programs/phones that use geolocation. Added: • Disabling of geolocation/GPS for HTC Aria (AT&T)/HTC Evo (Sprint). See here.
  7. Re: No Geolocation Update of my list of programs/phones that use geolocation. Added: • Disabling of geolocation/GPS for Google GMail. See here.
  8. Re: No Geolocation Update of my list of programs/phones that use geolocation. Added: • Disabling of geolocation/GPS for Sony Ericsson Xperia X10. See here.
  9. Update of my list of programs/phones that use geolocation. Added: • Disabling of geolocation/GPS for Mozilla Thunderbird. See here.
  10. Update of my list of programs/phones that use geolocation. Added: • Disabling of geolocation/GPS for Dell Aero. See here.
  11. Update of my list of programs/phones that use geolocation. Added: • Disabling of geolocation/GPS for HTC Desire and HTC Wildfire. See here.
  12. Update of my list of programs/phones that use geolocation. Updated: • Disabling of geolocation/GPS for Firefox. See here.
  13. Update of my list of programs/phones that use geolocation. Added: • Disabling of geolocation/GPS for Samsung Galaxy. See here.
  14. Update of my list of programs/phones that use geolocation. Added: • A new section '[04] How to Opt-Out of Apple's Geolocation Aware Ads' See here.
  15. Update of my list of programs/phones that use geolocation. Updated: Disabling of geolocation/GPS for Flock. Solution now reflects Flock's change from Firefox to Chrome. See here.
  16. Update of my list of programs/phones that use geolocation. Added: • Disabling of geolocation/GPS for Facebook. :wink: See here.
  17. Malware using the GPS of your Android based smartphone Suppose you download a nice little game like Tap Snake on your Android based smart phone... Then you end up with a trojan called AndroidOS.Tapsnake that uploads the GPS data every 15 minutes to an application running on Google’s free App Engine service. GPS Spy then downloads the data and uses this service to conveniently display it as location points in Google Maps. This can give a pretty startling run-down of where someone carrying the phone has been. More info here. How to remove this malware from your phone is now available here.
  18. Update of my list of programs/phones that use geolocation. Added: • Disabling of geolocation/GPS for Palm Pre. See here.
  19. Update of my list of programs/phones that use geolocation. Added: • Disabling of geolocation/GPS for Motorola Droid. See here.
  20. Update of my list of programs/phones that use geolocation. Added: Disabling of geolocation/GPS for Blackberry. See here.
  21. Please take care using smart phones, like the Google Android, because the first malware targetting Google Android based phones has arrived. Kaspersky Labs have discovered the first malicious software program to target Google's Android mobile operating system. The malware masquerades as a media player. But if it is installed, the rogue application begins secretly sending expensive SMSes (Short Message Service)/Text Messages to a premium rate number presumably belonging to the hackers who created it. The fake media player application, which Kaspersky dubbed "Trojan-SMS.AndroidOS.FakePlayer.a," is the first one believed to specifically target Android. Read more here.
  22. Update of my list of programs/phones that use geolocation. Added: • Disabling of geolocation/GPS for Google Nexus One. See here.
  23. @ sunny staines: Well, it was quite an easy tip as it is my own little new weblog. ;-)
  24. Geolocation is a rather secret feature of some browsers and toolbars. It allows the creator of that program to get a fix on the location of your computer to within a few meters of where you actually live. Geolocation is the same as GPS on some smartphones. Normally you use GPS to know where you are but this feature can also be used/misused to tell others (read: advertising companies) where you are and then they can give you targetted ads. Do you want to disable geolocation in your browser, toolbar or phone? Visit my new weblog for solutions. Go here.
  25. T-Tools BitRemover 1.4.2 [30apr20] T-Tools’ BitRemover has been updated to version 1.4.2. Changes: - Added detection and removal of Iobit Random Password Generator 1.1 - Some bugfixes
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