Anonymous Surfing 184.108.40.206 Anonymous Surfing is an Internet Explorer Proxy Manager that automatically downloads a list of anonymous proxy servers, checks them for speed, and sets the fastest one as your proxy server.
Total Privacy 220.127.116.11 Privacy tool that helps you maintain your privacy by cleaning up all traces of your Internet and PC usage - erases entered data like personal information in online forms, Urls in your browser address bar - clears temp and temporary internet files.
Description: Anti Spam automatically identifies and moves spam mails into a special ‘Spams’ folder and ensures that only legitimate mail reaches your Inbox. As the mail arrives in the Process folder, it is immediately scanned for all the SPAM signature sets in the XMicro database and is scored accordingly by the Spam Blocker plug-in. This spam score then decides whether the email is SPAM or legitimate. All the emails which have more than XMicro’s preset score as the spam score, will be delivered to the SPAM folder and rest of the mails (legitimate ones) will as usual reach your inbox.
How spamblocker works: The plugin automatically updates itself and gets the latest spam signatures. It uses the keywords in the message headers and message body, domain, Spam blacklists and also the internal Banned and Safe Lists to determine the probability of a mail being Spam and assigns the mail a score. Mails with scores above a preset threshold are marked as spam. Mails from people you correspond with are safely delivered to your Inbox. Any email address from your safe list will override the spam-score rule and the mail will be delivered to your inbox
Spam Blocker SB 18.104.22.168 SpamBlocker is an intelligent plugin that helps you filter spam in your Outlook/Outlook Express email application SpamBlocker is an intelligent plugin that helps you filter spam in
XMicro AntiSpam (Vista compatible) 22.214.171.124 Anti Spam automatically identifies and moves spam mails into a special ‘Spams’ folder and ensures that only legitimate mail reaches your Inbox. As the mail arrives in the
'Do not e-mail' list no spam killer The US Government's main consumer protection agency has concluded that a "do not e-mail" registry proposed as a solution to spam would not work, and could not be effectively enforced.