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PeerGuardian 2 and Firefox
08-14-2007, 10:34 PM,
#1
PeerGuardian 2 and Firefox
Every time I open up Firefox I get this message from PeerGuardian 2 saying something about BBC and Inktomi Corporation. I clear my cookies regularly so I am beginning to wonder if BBC has some how embedded something into the browser to send out a signal to the BBC. Also I would like to know if any one knows about this Inktomi Corporation.

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08-15-2007, 09:53 PM,
#2
PeerGuardian 2 and Firefox
I would say this is the live bookmark or rss feed in firefox.Put the pointer at the top of firefox right click and check the bookmark toolbar to see it then keep or delete what you want or you could do this through the bookmark manager.I know the bbc links come with firefox as for the other connection you might of signed up for the rss feed by accident
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08-17-2007, 12:08 PM,
#3
PeerGuardian 2 and Firefox
Quote:I would say this is the live bookmark or rss feed in firefox.Put the pointer at the top of firefox right click and check the bookmark toolbar to see it then keep or delete what you want or you could do this through the bookmark manager.I know the bbc links come with firefox as for the other connection you might of signed up for the rss feed by accident

Point in the right direction. Thanks for the response!
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08-17-2007, 03:11 PM,
#4
PeerGuardian 2 and Firefox
Yep live bookmarks
The InfoUnderground
TiU Radio
http://www.TheInfoUnderground.com
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