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Unchecky uses the hosts file?

Anonymous 7 years ago updated by RaMMicHaeL 7 years ago 1

I noticed it in the latest changelog. What does this entries block? Thanks

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You can open your hosts file and see.
Unchecky uses the host file to block advertising software modules, such as OpenCandy.
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You can open your hosts file and see.
Unchecky uses the host file to block advertising software modules, such as OpenCandy.
Oh yeah, installer using OpenCandy doesn't offer other software if it can't reach the servers of OpenCandy. Thanks for the info. I actually installed it in my friend's computer and not mine so I'm not sure thus I asked.