For existing users your browsers will automatically update on the browsers internal update schedule. You can manually update in both FF and Chrome if you choose from the browser’s ad on/settings panels.
The new setup program will be available at PrivDog.com. The setup is currently propagating to Cnet and may take up to 72 hours to appear. This setup contains fixes for all plugins and improves threat coverage.
New Increased threat coverage.
Fixed defect where: Plugin uses the wrong url at local storage Chrome/Firefox
Fixed defect where: Plugin does not count 3rd Party Widgets Firefox
1 no expectation for correction of incompatibility between PrivDog and add-ons such as NoScript, Ghostery and donottrackme;
2. PrivDog ignores track, cookies, and ad widgets on sites with connection secure (HTTPS)
My bold, could you have a look at my screenshot again ( at the bottom ) in my last post.
I understand its a false positive, as it was on the Privdog site aswell as CNET now, but with CNET download now being identitifed as potentially malicious, and previous reports of CNET making piggyback installers without the uploaders knowledge … Its not currently inspiring confidence.
And even though I understand this, to be honest it has put me off redownloading the dedicated installer just in case.