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    adobe flash player settings

    hello everyone

    can anyone please tell me how to stop this (see attachment) coming
    i have followed instructions from adobe web site on how to disable, but it
    keeps re- appearing

    regards calmatadobe flash player settings-adobe-flash-player-setting.jpg

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    Re: adobe flash player settings

    What browser do you use?

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    Re: adobe flash player settings

    hello

    i am using MSN

    calmat

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    Re: adobe flash player settings

    Hi calmat,

    This link may help.


    Uninstall, Remove, or Disable Adobe Flash Player - Zipline Interactive


    Let us know if any good.








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    Re: adobe flash player settings

    I just had a similar situation.

    Download temporary file cleaner. Set the cleaner on default (the way its downloaded) and remove the cookies and files. You will lose your cookies and have to begint to sign into sites, the first time, but its a great trade off if it works. There is a cookie that gets access to your web cam, you dont want that.
    TFC - Temp File Cleaner by OldTimer - Geeks to Go Forums

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    Re: adobe flash player settings

    It would be a shame for calmat to loose all his good cookies, after just sorting them under your expert guidance.

    But, as you say it is a fair trade of, if no other method works.









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    Re: adobe flash player settings

    Thanks Kesume, with your post, I just realize that Calmat,is the one that I gave the advice, to.
    I thought that deleting the cookie would prevent that problem. I told calmat that there was one cookie that I did not like, and that was the one. I thought that deleting the cookie would resolve the problem.
    Calmat, take a look at CC, what cookies are there now? Im wondering if it returned.

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    Re: adobe flash player settings

    You are absolutely right richc it would be a trade off.
    Just thought if any other method/solution would save his/and your, hard work.

    But if 'push comes to shove' it'll have to go!










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    Re: adobe flash player settings

    Calmat, this is the first time that I have really felt so strongly about privacy. You need to take action to stop this. You can try this route, first
    http://www.keiths-place.com/blogs/ke...-camera-spying
    This is caused by the cookie that we discussed. Y.timing.com or some such thing.

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    Re: adobe flash player settings

    richc

    A 110% agreement over privacy & getting rid of said 'bogey'.

    You need to be in charge of safeguarding your privacy calmat.

    I would do what richc expertly advises.





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