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ASC 5 Pro-Deep Scan - Security Defense


Stewart

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New user here - hope this new post is in a suitable section.

 

I used Deep Scan and the Security Defence problems which are now protected are still visible.

 

I want to permanently delete the list of these blocked websites etc

 

I appreciate that care needs to be taken when deleting some of the cookies but I see no reason to keep a record of unwanted websites and BHO's.

 

What can I do?

 

Thanks

S

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Hi Stewart... Welcome to the Iobit forums!

 

I have moved your post to the correct section.:-D This post doesn't address the concerns in the content of your thread... it is only to welcome you and notify you of the movement.

 

By the location that I've moved your post from you believe you have Malware on your system... but this must be clarified before posting in that section as it is closed for most members.

 

Sincerely,

-Mel

Live long and prosper!

 

 

[EDIT] by Mel: I am considering the content of your post before replying.

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I used Deep Scan and the Security Defence problems which are now protected are still visible.

 

I want to permanently delete the list of these blocked websites etc

 

I think the list you are seeing is the website Black-list ?

(the websites the 'Security-defence' program is checking For)

You do Not want to delete it, If I am correct about you are talking about?

 

Unless you really WANT to get Malware on your computer? ;-) :lol:

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Deep Scan

 

Thanks Toppack

 

I believe the website list shows website addresses which I have visited and which the prog considers are a risk.

 

Accordingly I have selected to block them but now simply want to remove all trace of them on my computer.

 

The results seem to retain this detailed list for some reason.

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I am talking about the same thing.

 

So are you saying that this list is the same for everyone??

 

Surely if it was merely a list of all existing risky websites then it would be massive :shock:

 

I have a list of 4807 websites - if someone else does this part of the Deep Scan then I'd be curious to know if they've the same number of problem websites.

 

( I admit that it seems a huge number of risky websites that I seem to have visited!!!)

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Thanks Toppack

 

I believe the website list shows website addresses which I have visited and which the prog considers are a risk.

 

Accordingly I have selected to block them but now simply want to remove all trace of them on my computer.

 

The results seem to retain this detailed list for some reason.

 

Aye... thanks Toppack!:-D

 

 

Hi Stewart,

 

Where are you finding this list? I once had a row with my ex-girlfriend (who was carrying issues from her ex-husband concerning porn) she stumbled on the list of pages that are blocked within Windows Defender and thought they were pages I had been visiting... but in fact they were pages that were blocked because they were known to deliver malware... {Alas she had issues from her previous Husband and thus she is an ex of mine}

 

The point being where is this list... what file location???

 

Sincerely,

-Mel

Live long and prosper!

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I have a list of 4807 websites - if someone else does this part of the Deep Scan then I'd be curious to know if they've the same number of problem websites.
This is unclear.

 

 

ASC 5 will not generate such a list. Can you please post a screenshot?

 

 

Sincerely,

-Mel

Live long and prosper!

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Thanks Toppack - so I've not been such a bad lad! :razz::razz:

 

I think the easy availability of that list of those undesirable sites is still a problem.

 

I have a family member who uses my computer and the last thing I need him to see is a list of sites which may lead him to search for them - either trying on my computer or another machine.

 

Surely that list could be hidden and secured-

 

To fully clarify: 'Deep Care' Scan has several sections - 'Full Malware Removal'- -'Deep Registry Fix' -' Registry Frag' and a few others one of which is 'Security Defense'.

 

When 'Security Defense' has finished scanning then it shows

" No Problems" + "Show Details"

 

Clicking on the "Show Details" reveals

 

Websites (4807/4807 Protected)

BHOs (4565/4665 Protected)

IE Cookies(213/213 Protected)

 

 

Each of these has a drop down which reveals all the names of all the blocked sites.

 

All I want to do is hide the details! :-?

 

S

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Sorry- not sure how this is done!

 

Each user has their own Log-in password and can not use the computer without logging in to Windows.

Most utility programs that make changes to the computer, like ASC, require that you are logged in as 'administrator' to run them.

So you set a password for Admin that no one else knows.

 

Ok- so why does the list need to be there?

The programmers felt that users would want to know which websites where being Blocked,

I certainly Want to Know about Anything that is being Blocked from access. ;-)

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