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    Hi all, I found an add-on to Mozilla firefox, internet explorer, it is called McAfee Site Advisor. What it does is tell you whether downloads are safe to download, websites are safe to view and what happens if you sign up to the website.

    This is the review it has for Pureoverclock
    "We tested this site and didn't find any significant problems."

    To download for Mozilla Firefox, Clicky
    To download for Internet Explorer, Clicky

    Requirements are
    • Windows 98/ME/2000/XP, Linux and Mac OS X
    • Mozilla Firefox 2.0/1.5 or Internet Explorer 6/7
    • 400MHz processor, 128 MB RAM, 5 MB free disk space, and an Internet connection
    I don't dare surfing the net without it, and it is completely 100% safe. It does not send personal information or viewing information to McAfee.

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    yea i have it too and its cool cause it will totally block a whole website and redirect you to a site thats says whats wrong with the one that you were trying to get to.
    What?

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    I've been using SA for a while now, it's a really great add-on, lets you know what's safe and what's not and gives reasons for it.

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