Re: Where does Ad-aware put quarantined files?

i get rid of them this way,
ad aware quarantine list

1open ad aware

2route jaws to pc insert and the minus key

3press page down

4uparrow to open quarantine list

5insert right arrow until you are

on,  the open in open list

6press left mouse click,

the  slash key on num pad

8now, you are in the quarantine page of

ad aware

9down arrow and press  the spacebar to select

Quarantine items

There may be more than one item

Down arrow to second one if there is one and press the spacebar to select it 
too

10tab, to the delete button, press the spacebar

Now they are deleted

And u b done



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ray Foret Jr." <rforetjr@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, March 05, 2005 11:01 AM
Subject: Re: Where does Ad-aware put quarantined files?


Alan, here is the exact path for both the Ad-aware logs and Quarantine.

c:\documents and Settings\User name\Application Data\Lavasoft\Add-aware

    This is all organized in a tree view, of course.  You open Lavasoft then
Add-aware and inside the Add-aware folder you'll find Quarantine, and logs.
IF you arrow to either one and tab in, you'll see the content.

Sincerely,

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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Alan Clendinen" <alanclendinen@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Saturday, March 05, 2005 12:45 PM
Subject: re: Where does Ad-aware put quarantined files?


I examined the list of quarantined tracking cookies which Ad-aware found,
and when I looked in the cookies directory afterward, those files were still
there.

What about the fact that I have no quarantine directory within the ad-aware
SE Personal directory? Isn't there supposed to be a quarantine directory?
And where is the log file of ad-aware scan sessions located? Isn't there
supposed to be a logs directory?

Yardbird wrote:
yardbird@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Subject: Re: Where does Ad-aware put quarantined files?
Date: Sat, 5 Mar 2005 09:09:51 -0800

One question about the post to which the below is a response:  In the course
of describing your search for the quarantine folder and so forth, you twice
mention looking into your cookies folder and noting that the "tracking
cookies" were still there.

What I'd like to be clear about is, by this phrase, do you actually mean all
cookies?  Because many of the cookies on our systems serve worthwhile
purposes to do with enabling convenient logging on, and other such things.
Are you capable of distinguishing "good" cookies from "bad" ones, and
calling the bad ones "tracking cookies?"I'm not, myself.  I trust AddAware
to remove only cookies that are truly intrusive or mischievous, and trust it
to know them from the others.
thrV

Thanks for the clarification.
re you mention
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