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Question about Windows Firewall and Oovoo program.


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#1 Dan50

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Posted 15 May 2012 - 06:32 PM

Even though in the middle of having a oovoo webcam chat with a friend, my windows firewall thing appeared and I clicked "allow" button instead of cancel..why did this appear? When I first installed oovoo, I already allowed it and now it asked me again. I'm worried if this is related to the ads. I also noticed after signing out of my Facebook account, instead of taking me to the Facebook globe page, it takes me to the Samsung mobile on the Facebook page. I checked on my other computer but on the other computer, it takes me right back to the main Facebook page and does not take me to the ad. This problem started happening after I clicked "allow" button on the oovoo thing when it said oovoo llc allow or don't allow..someone please help. I shouldn't have clicked "allow" button and I really regret doing that. I'm very worried. Would resetting my Windows Firewall let me re choose this choice? I am worried if I got an adware or something from allowing it.

Edited by hamluis, 20 May 2012 - 06:19 PM.
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