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[Approved] Remove ZoneAlarm user guide link and CA Cookie Control link

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  1. AliceWyman 5156 posts
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    The [http://www.zonealarm.com/store/content/support/zass/zassMain.jsp ZoneAlarm user guide] link redirects to the main ZoneAlarm page. Looks like the Cookie Control feature was removed in recent ZoneAlarm products. Ref: * http://forums.zonealarm.com/showthread.php?t=75037 * http://forums.zonealarm.com/showthread.php?t=71216 * http://forums.zonelabs.com/showthread.php?t=77413 ...which links to:<br> *[http://server.iad.liveperson.net/hc/s-28464961/cmd/kbresource/kb-2412713784021954768/view_question!PAGETYPE?sq=privacy&sf=101113&sg=1&st=73940&documentid=370528&action=view I have upgraded to ZoneAlarm 2010 (version 9) and I no longer have my ad-blocker, cookie blocker or Privacy Controls]
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  2. scoobidiver 1275 posts
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    The three firewall articles that are not archived are the ones about Windows, Norton 360 and McAfee Security Center. So I'd be tended to remove any reference to a specific firewall in this article.

    The three firewall articles that are not archived are the ones about [[Configuring Windows Firewall|Windows]], [[Configuring Norton 360|Norton 360]] and [[Configuring McAfee Security Center|McAfee Security Center]]. So I'd be tended to remove any reference to a specific firewall in this article.
  3. AliceWyman 5156 posts
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    I've already edited MozillaZine's article to note that the "Cookie Control" feature has been removed in recent ZoneAlarm versions so I was thinking to do the same in this article. See http://kb.mozillazine.org/Websites_report_cookies_are_disabled#Security_software_settings

    Like you said, we're no longer maintaining Configuring CA Internet Security Suite or Configuring ZoneAlarm Free Firewall (we never had an article on paid/"Pro" versions of ZoneAlarm that included the Cookie Control feature.) Do you want to remove the entire section on security applications or just remove the two links?

    If you just remove the links, do you want to say something like, Some Internet security and privacy applications have features that block cookies. Check the documentation that came with your software or visit the software provider's support site, to see if your application includes a cookie control feature and how you can change those settings. ?

    I've made an edit to remove the two links and replace them with the above. Needs review.

    I've already edited MozillaZine's article to note that the "Cookie Control" feature has been removed in recent ZoneAlarm versions so I was thinking to do the same in this article. See http://kb.mozillazine.org/Websites_report_cookies_are_disabled#Security_software_settings Like you said, we're no longer maintaining [[Configuring CA Internet Security Suite]] or [[Configuring ZoneAlarm Free Firewall]] (we never had an article on paid/"Pro" versions of ZoneAlarm that included the Cookie Control feature.) Do you want to remove the entire section on security applications or just remove the two links? If you just remove the links, do you want to say something like, ''Some Internet security and privacy applications have features that block cookies. Check the documentation that came with your software or visit the software provider's support site, to see if your application includes a cookie control feature and how you can change those settings.'' ? I've made an edit to remove the two links and replace them with the above. Needs review.
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  4. scoobidiver 1275 posts
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    I approved it.

    I approved it.