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  • "NeoHere" started this thread

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Saturday, July 24th 2010, 7:16pm

ADOBE Flash Player - Website Storage Settings panel (s.ytimg)

Hi,

This insidious (S.YTIMG.com) thing hiding inside ADOBE"S Flash Player "Website storage settings panel" how do I remove it permanently? :whistling:

NeoHere.
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Sunday, July 25th 2010, 6:51pm

RE: ADOBE Flash Player - Website Storage Settings panel (s.ytimg)

Whats going on, why is this taking so long - smells like a damn conspiracy ?

These scumbags are always thinking up cunning and clever was of infiltrating our machines. X(

Hi,

This insidious (S.YTIMG.com) thing hiding inside ADOBE"S Flash Player "Website storage settings panel" how do I remove it permanently? :whistling:

NeoHere.
Only the paranoid survive!! - Andrew S. Grove Intel Corporation

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Monday, July 26th 2010, 8:25am

Hi,
Please take a look here Please tell if it helped?

Also look here

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Monday, July 26th 2010, 10:22am

Hi,
Also, please take a look here: http://www.keiths-place.com/blogs/keith/…o-camera-spying
i think you have only a setting issue.
Nicolae Moldoveanu
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Tuesday, August 3rd 2010, 3:41pm

Who is acesssing your web cam via internet (creepy spying).

Hi,
Also, please take a look here: http://www.keiths-place.com/blogs/keith/…o-camera-spying
i think you have only a setting issue.


OK thank you at least it is something will it stop perverts from accessing our cams for sure ?

Are the evil empire accessing our cams from the internet - this is very creepy?

I can see that other less protected sources are now being used to access our systems.

What can be done to stop this ?

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Tuesday, August 3rd 2010, 5:41pm

RE: Who is acesssing your web cam via internet (creepy spying).


OK thank you at least it is something will it stop perverts from accessing our cams for sure ?


Hi,
You can put some colored duct tape over it ;)
Nicolae Moldoveanu
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