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 eAccelerator.com with stop-sign.com in it. With the lively icons you have here :BNC,
Zoned Out is from FunkyToad.com (: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)
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
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
A tip : a-squared Free gives a lot of false positives. So be careful with it