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Hi Just installed Quicktime for the 2nd time but in NIS2009s....

System Activity Monitoring log there were no changes made to the system ie Registry or startup,Does this mean that the QuickTime installer picked up on the leftovers from the previous install.Therefore no need to make any changes on my system??

And for a novice /inexperienced user how easy is it for us to clean out leftovers,As in another thread of mine I have said how NIS community watch was finding Quicktime bits and pieces and sending them off even though at that time I had removed Quicktime a few weeks before.

Cheers Mo Windows 7 64 bit, NIS2013

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Re: Hi Just installed Quicktime for the 2nd time but in NIS2009s....

Hi Guys

any thoughts?

Cheers Mo Windows 7 64 bit, NIS2013
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Re: Hi Just installed Quicktime for the 2nd time but in NIS2009s....


mo wrote:

System Activity Monitoring log there were no changes made to the system ie Registry or startup,Does this mean that the QuickTime installer picked up on the leftovers from the previous install.Therefore no need to make any changes on my system??


I can answer this bit: Norton only "flags" it up if it is Suspicious changes made, so, chances are, Quick Time did install and make changes to your computer.

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Re: Hi Just installed Quicktime for the 2nd time but in NIS2009s....

Hi Red

Last time it made 2 changes and it was picked up.Everytime I install a new program the changes it makes are in System activity monitoring,for example When I recently installed Javas new download it made a total of 96 changes all up!The largest was by zipper.exe at 84 changes.I am just curious why it may not have registed any changes.

Cheers Mo Windows 7 64 bit, NIS2013
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Re: Hi Just installed Quicktime for the 2nd time but in NIS2009s....

I am grasping at straws but could it be that NIS2009 has already recognised Quicktime say through the firewall rules and sees that it is trusted??Hey non techie trying to work it out!!
Cheers Mo Windows 7 64 bit, NIS2013
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Re: Hi Just installed Quicktime for the 2nd time but in NIS2009s....

Greetings, mo (meow)!

Like I said, it is only if it clicks with Norton Rules to flag something up if is Suspicious; I have installed two Applications and it never flagged these up.

And, even if it was Trusted, it would still flag it up as Hackers can use Real Applications to do their dirty work, e.g. they could re-name Trojan Horse, as, say, uh, quicktime.pl4yr, for example; that only Applies to the Firewall.  Or are you talking about Norton Insight?

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Re: Hi Just installed Quicktime for the 2nd time but in NIS2009s....

Hi Red

No I'm talking about the log System activity monitoring that is between Quarantine/suspicious phishing sites.Hey don't confuse me.I thought it would be simple but I'm learning no question is simple in computers.

Cheers Mo Windows 7 64 bit, NIS2013
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Re: Hi Just installed Quicktime for the 2nd time but in NIS2009s....

Hi mo,

  I meant were you talking about Files being Trusted and about how they might not appear because they are Trusted...?

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Re: Hi Just installed Quicktime for the 2nd time but in NIS2009s....

Yes,I am thinking along the lines of if I have already installed Quicktime once and NIS has had a chance to "assess" its files By installing it a second time does /would NIS have a memory of those files settings,I did check the firewall and there is no QuickTime reference at all so I suppose that blows my first theory out the water!I think I might need a time out from thinking!!and leave it to you guys.
Cheers Mo Windows 7 64 bit, NIS2013
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Re: Hi Just installed Quicktime for the 2nd time but in NIS2009s....

Hello!! 

Once you Remove from your computer, you are Removing all Files, so, I assume, it would Remove all Files from Norton Insight too.

I think what I said in one of my Posts about it not changing because Norton does not Detect it as Suspicious.

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