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Ad Muncher v4.7 safe?

Is Ad Muncher v4.7 Build 22035 *BETA* safe to use?

Any spyware included with it?

Thanks

Ben

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Bently

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Here's link from castle cops

CLICK HERE

Tom

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(NT) (NT) don't see if has spyware

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Ben, if it is available at CastleCops

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which is the link that Tim gave you, I'll guarantee it doesn't have any spyware in it. There is NO WAY they would allow that there. Happy

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(NT) (NT) I thought my name was Tom,LOL

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Sorry for the typo Tom. I usually preview

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my posts before I post them but I'm not bothering any more until they fix this stupid "page not found" problem that they can't figure out. It has gotten ridiculous. It's been over 2 weeks now and this afternoon, for the last 2 hours I'm getting it EVERY time I post something. Sad

Time for them to hire a new "engineer" as they call them.

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(NT) (NT) No problem,i was just busting

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I know Tom, no problem at all, I'm just

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venting, I'm fed up with these software problems.

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(NT) (NT) I know,this is getting a llittle old

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another problem answered...

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..... my posts before I post them but I'm not bothering any more until they fix this stupid ''page not found'' problem that they can't figure out. It has gotten ridiculous. It's been over 2 weeks now and this afternoon, for the last 2 hours I'm getting it EVERY time I post something. Sad



THANKS for the info Roddy, you answered 2 of my concerns...

I thought my computer was acting up again, with ''page not found'' problem

Ben

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(NT) (NT) You're welcome Ben :)

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