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    Just a Virtualized Geek MrLinus's Avatar
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    Viewing Active Programs in Memory..

    I'm doing a little research on Anonymizer Privacy Analyzer. And in an interesting twist,when I attempt to visit AO it says "Document contains No Data". What's interesting is when I set it at it's lowest setting, I still get this. So I'm curious as to what the program might be doing so I can figure out if it's deliberate or not and if perhaps there is some other activity going on that I'm not sure about (by Anonymizer and/or AO).

    Anyone know of such a program?
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    you mean something like this for windoze
    http://www.sysinternals.com/ntw2k/fr.../procexp.shtml
    http://www.georgedillon.com/web/freeware/prcview.shtml


    or am I on the wrong track?

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    Just a Virtualized Geek MrLinus's Avatar
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    Err.. not quite. It's almost like a memory debugger on the fly. I know in *nix I can see what a program does but in Windows I don't know what the equivalent is. I did find something interesting that maybe even simple tcpdump might give me some clues as to what is going on. I think I may have solved the little puzzle.
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    i d very much like to see what you find. so if you would be so kind...unless of course your saving it for your book
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    I will do a seperate Article here specifically about what I find. I still need to get some more info. I was looking at Anonymizer as a way of dealing with malicious traffic that employees inadvertently get (adware, spyware, etc.) for larger corporations as an article for EnterpriseIT.
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    i had a problem just like that about a month or 2 ago. i had downloaded norton personal firewall 2003 off imesh and i installed it and it started giving me the "page contains no data" message on every site i went to and i couldnt check my email or anything. finally i just reinstalled it and it worked. im still curious about what was going wrong though so, ill keep an eye out for that article

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    re: MsMittens

    Have you looked into PestPatrol as a safeguard against spyware/adware/trojans etc. on the desktop in a distributed, corporate environment?

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