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halton
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scriptproxy

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My internet just popped up that one of my add-ons were taking up time in loading my browser and giving me the option to disable it. Before I take any action I would like some information about it. What is it and what does do? Should I disable it?

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exbrit
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Ah it was just being safety concious and asking you if you wanted it to run.   It's OK.

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exbrit
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If you want to use SiteAdvisor & VirusScan you need to activate it.  Was this in Firefox?   Because it always does that when the software is first installed or upgraded, as it blocks it initially.

Message was edited by: Ex_Brit on 25/08/12 10:23:17 EDT AM
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halton
Level 9

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It was Inernet Explorer.

Jerry

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exbrit
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Ah it was just being safety concious and asking you if you wanted it to run.   It's OK.

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halton
Level 9

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If you haven't heard it lately

YOU ARE THE BEST!!!!

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exbrit
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LOL, thanks.

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