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Thread: Popup Passing Despite Using Norton Personal Firewa

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    leonidas's Avatar Poster
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    What's that crap?

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    just turn off the messenger service in "services"

    EDIT: get this file BVsProDescriptions or the URL is blackviper.com <--i think, add it to the registry and when you go to services it gives you a better description of what the services do and if you really need them running or not (just make sure you get the file for your vertion of the os)

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    I do I acces to "services"

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    You can get XPLite and just get rid of the messanger all together, PM me if you want it.

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    either start menu or control panel then ---&#62;Administrative Tools then ---&#62; services

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    ya you don&#39;t need any program for turning it off
    thats what they want you to think, click here to stop these message&#39;s
    only 19.95 or three easy payments ...

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    I didn&#39;t click on the OK button so I don&#39;t know what they wanted.

    The point is I&#39;ve already delete messenger with Xplite, I&#39;m using trillian.

    And normaly I shouldn&#39;t have any problem of intrusion, ad, or popup using Norton personal firewall. Do I ?

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    the messenger service that pops those adds ect up have nothing to do with MSN Messenger......

    and i agree with (muchspl2)

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    Originally posted by exeus@6 October 2003 - 20:52
    either start menu or control panel then ---&#62;Administrative Tools then ---&#62; services
    Or start> run> then type services.msc or services.mcs

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    Could it be related to the fact that I didn&#39;t update window for 2 weeks now?

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