Comodo BOClean Malware list-can that be installed into IE Security Restricted?

I ask this because of what there is a available from ie-spyad zoned out uses a similar list that is installed into the Internet Options, Security Tab, Resticted sites. It has dropped things to zero using Howell’s list from Spywarewarrior. One was a text document with adult on the folder, porn & sex sites plus ie-ads. One has ie-nfe text and it means not for everyone, I took a part of that out that had to do with with in it. With the lively icons you have here :BNC,
Zoned Out is from (:LGH). When I saw how (:LOV) (:LGH) (:KWL), you were I fell in lv with it!! (:WAV). pyware people are trying to get around the hpHOSTS TXT. So, btween (CLY), Spybot S&D, and da FunkyToad, doncha now, all dem tracking cookies have nowere to go! And that is pure Heaven (:AGL)

Hi m8.

You are talking about two different things.

  • With Restricted Sites you block websites in Internet Explorer. And that can be websites that are known for spreading malware.

  • With Comodo BOClean Anti-Malware you block and delete malware that tries to load in the memory of your pc.

So using both gives you a good layerd protection :slight_smile:

Greetz, Red.

Noticed you have some of my items, Spybot S&D, a-squared-free (:CLP). Looks like that I have malware getting blocked, coming ang going :BNC ! Malware must look like this: (:AGY)

:SMLR won’t even get to the hpHOSTS or in mine (:LGH) Chris7

Lol :slight_smile:

A tip : a-squared Free gives a lot of false positives. So be careful with it :wink:

Greetz, Red.