Biscuittes

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Warrior
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Hey, I have a problem.
I have this new panda antivirus (evaluation copy) and always when i surf the internet and try to look at my (yahoo) mail or my (spiderweb) profile it says that i'm not logged in...
BUT I AM!
It says it's got something to do with cookies
(i'm using opera 9.0), although i have it set to accept all of them.
And when i set that it has to inform me of the cookies then i have to click to accept everyone, but it works.
The other remedy is to turn panda off, of course.

Well, i know that these two things work, but still they are quite obviously pathetic.
It gets really boring very quickly to click accept for EVERY cookie, and furthermore my fingers will get worn before i'm 30 if i keep it up.
And disabling panda everytime i go online is also nonsense, coz yo need it when on the net, right?

So does anyone have any experience whatsoever?

Please!

Oh, and I'm using Win 98 SE.
And when i try working online with IE 6.0 it's the same story, so it's not a panda/opera issue as i deducted.

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Law Bringer
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So did I get this right: When you select "Accept all cookies", the cookies are somehow dropped, and when you select "Ask for each cookie" it works?

Have you tried configuring Panda differently? Perhaps it has some kind of option saying "Ignore all cookies" or similar. If not, you might want to try a different virus scanner.

I myself am using AntiVir, which has a free, fully functional version for personal use (although it keeps reminding you to please upgrade to the commercial version).

[ Thursday, September 07, 2006 03:45: Message edited by: Drow ]

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Warrior
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OK, thanks, i'll try it.

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BANNED
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Stop being foolish and uninstall your virus scanner and get a good free one.

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Law Bringer
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Which is what Aran said, only ruder.

—Alorael, who believes this falls under the heading of saying nothing at all if you cannot contribute anything polite, useful, or entertaining. Remember, when you post without a point you post with trolls.
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Shaper
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Another idea is to configure I.E. to accept all cookies. There should be an option when you right click IE to accept them all, if I remember correctly...

Even though I use AOL, IE settings somehow take precedence...(sp?)

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Warrior
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quote:
Originally written by Sham:

Which is what Aran said, only ruder.

Well, YSTB has a way with words, you know.
And besides; he/she is THE Boogeyman, and therefore has to be scarry. :D

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Law Bringer
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quote:
Originally written by I kink xx:

Another idea is to configure I.E. to accept all cookies. There should be an option when you right click IE to accept them all, if I remember correctly...

Even though I use AOL, IE settings somehow take precedence...(sp?)

That is because AOL actually uses IE inside the AOL shell. Changing IE's settings would have no effect on Opera. Am I the only one who finds it ironic that [b]America[/b] Online is available in the UK? :P

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Law Bringer
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quote:
Originally written by Punkrock Maniac:

Well, YSTB has a way with words, you know.
And besides; he/she is THE Boogeyman, and therefore has to be scarry. :D

YSTB is OM (he used to be called Order Mage), and therefore has to be stupid. :P

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[ Thursday, September 07, 2006 18:16: Message edited by: Drow ]

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Warrior
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quote:
Originally written by Drow:

YSTB is OM (he used to be called Order Mage), and therefore has to be stupid. :P
Yeah, I bet it was that Adze Haakai fiasco. :)

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Infiltrator
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Panda just sucks!! It just mess up with everything! Every single connection is blocked by the stupid bear!!
And IE is just worst, is so unsafe, install Firefox instead.
Personally I use Norton 2004 wich is fine, but the 2005 version is well very safe but as annoying as panda, considering that I have a realtively slow computer is a huge problem...my pc takes ages to load all the modules of the antivirus!!
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Law Bringer
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Get a...

Never mind.

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