Hi Steve,Thanks for that one. So, have you managed to sort things easily enough when Eset has blocked things, on those rare occasions.
Why do you like Super Antispyware? -- Carol carol.pearson29@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxOn Monday, November 17, 2008 7:26 PM (UK time), Steve Nutt at steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx said:
Hi Carol, For the most part, Eset is automatic. You will rarely see it block stuff unless it thinks it is suspicious. It doesn't work like other firewalls, and block everything, unless you specifically tell it to. For spyware, now I like Super Antispyware, http://www.superantispyware.com. All the best Steve -----Original Message----- From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Carol Pearson Sent: Monday 17 November 2008 17:55 To: Access UK Mailing List Subject: [access-uk] ESET SMART SECURITY Hi all, I posed some questions on the above a little while back but still am short of a few answers. First, if I get any incoming traffic that hasn't already been given permission, is there a good message which comes up on screen and is this easily dealt with, to say "Yes" or "No" using Jaws or any other screen reader? (I have used firewalls in the past which have been a pain in this respect.) Second, do I still need a separate program to deal with spyware? Ifso, what's recommended currently?
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