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    "Constant crashes of IE"

    May 26, 2007  |   By Chrono13


    It blocks some things.


    It doesn't block easy to access porn sites and others it is told to block.

    Much worse, it blocks portal sites like, and others based on their changing content (about 50 percent of the time). Blocks most webmail access dispite being whitelisted. Worse yet, is that sites with heavy use of Javascript, like airline reservation sites, cause Cyber to randomly block the page or crash IE. XP Pro, two computers have the same problems. Even with different builds and hours of work attempting to white-list these sites, it still blocks and crashes on them.

    Why anyone would use, much less pay for this software is beyond me. Worthless!

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