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Disappearing Spybot Immunizations

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#1 pasha19


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Posted 06 January 2008 - 10:14 AM

I have a reoccurring situation like today where there were missing immunizations (100) in Spybot this morning with no updated downloads. If this is important in general can someone suggest how to extract the existing immunizations when this happens again so I can do it before and after the repair to determine which entries are being lost? I know there are 60000 - 90000 entries roughly. I have some database skills and may be able to load these extracts and determine the deltas -- or using a source compare utility to determine the same information. I have a feeling this could be a useful diagnosis tool.


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#2 Dialer


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Posted 06 January 2008 - 03:25 PM

Darn, what you're writing about is way too technical for me, but I think I ran across a similar discussion in the Spybot S&D forums just a little while ago. Unfortunately, I can't find the thread now, so here's a link to all the S&D forums. Also, you might find what you're looking for in their bug reports. They're actively looking for user help in identifying bugs, and you might prove to be really helpful to them. :thumbsup:

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