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    New version of Spyware Blaster

    Spyware Blaster has updated to version 4.1

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    Re: New version of Spyware Blaster

    Thanks! <img src=/S/thumbup.gif border=0 alt=thumbup width=15 height=15>

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    Re: New version of Spyware Blaster

    Thanks! You are also informed of this new version after you click on Update in v4.0. There doesn't seem to be any easily-found information on the JavaCool website about why 4.1 has been introduced.
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    Re: New version of Spyware Blaster

    "There doesn't seem to be any easily-found information on the JavaCool website about why 4.1 has been introduced."

    Other than to look at the official forum at http://www.wilderssecurity.com, under Official Javacool Software Forum | SpywareBlaster & Other Forum there is this "sticky": SpywareBlaster 4.1 has been released!

    I.e. at Javacool click Support > Official Javacool Software Forums. But I agree with you, the info. about changes at the Javacool/SpywareBlaster site is very limited. <img src=/S/grin.gif border=0 alt=grin width=15 height=15>

    So for the benefit of our Lounge search, perhaps I could add that is adds Firefox 3 support, among bug fixes etc.

    And thanks to johbot!

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    Re: New version of Spyware Blaster

    Thank you! I knew that someone with more time and/or search skills would be able to find the answer.

    I also observe that a SpywareBlaster Network Version is "currently in a controlled initial roll-out". The only indication of likely cost seems to be "as little as pennies per machine"... (That's my kind of cost!)
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