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Webpage Auto-play Music File


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#1 Pectral

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Posted 19 September 2005 - 10:47 AM

A pop up requesting permission to play a music file automatically slipped under my mouse pointer a split second before I hit the space bar to advance down the page.

It isn't a malicious file, nor spyware, however I would like to find out what componant was enabled to automatically permit the music file to play everytime I visit that specific Webpage.

What tool will allow me to trace the auto-play 'permission granted' componant on my machine so that it can be removed, reset, or disabled? Is there a monitor tool that can be launched right before I visit the page which will tell me what and where that componant is when the page with the embedded music file is loaded?

HijackThis! didn't find anything suspicious.

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