Cats-4_Owners-2

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So, do the more frequently updated browsers with less vulnerabilities such as Firefox or Chrome have "Web-rep" protection? I haven't used Avast (the free version) since Windows 98!:rolleyes: ...& I thought those amazing Super Bowl commercials were all finished!;)
This Avast really sounds great. Thanks for sharing.:)
 

jim lin

Level 8
knock knock lmao

sorry but this post seems to me like a advertisement for Avast that i'v seen somewhere before

then complaining about web rep a.k.a ASO

now it looks to me like your yelling at a Administrator for something

all this makes me want to try Avast lol

and i thought reviews went here if this is a review? or is it a complaint?
http://malwaretips.com/forums/your-review.77/

thanks

:)

James
 

ImtheBest

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knock knock lmao

sorry but this post seems to me like a advertisement for Avast that i'v seen somewhere before

then complaining about web rep a.k.a ASO

now it looks to me like your yelling at a Administrator for something

all this makes me want to try Avast lol

and i thought reviews went here if this is a review? or is it a complaint?
http://malwaretips.com/forums/your-review.77/

thanks

:)

James
Sorry jim i fixed it is this good now
 

ImtheBest

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A browser extension is generally free, and available for most browsers.

Avast Forums are here > http://forum.avast.com/
I I'm on the Avast forum and it even states it does not support this browsers. It was just supposed to be good info place this where it needs to go and if u wish to fix this u can thank u all.
I also apologize for the rest of my post m8. I fixed it thank u for helping me