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Q: trusted installer

Why do I need permission from trusted installer to do stuff on my own PC,who is this guy and how do I get rid of him

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A: trusted installer

Quote: Originally Posted by george5855

Why do I need permission from trusted installer to do stuff on my own PC,who is this guy and how do I get rid of him

Trusted Installer is the internal "user" account that is active when installing/uninstalling programs. Don't stress about it. It is active ONLY when installing or uninstalling programs.

If you remove it or otherwise disable it, you will no longer be able to install any programs.

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I know I have windows installer installed, as Flashplayer and adobe installed it. Is it harmful, my brother is raising a lot of heck about it. I read the other old forum logs for windows installer and it does not see to be a problem. He also said that he has a program from windows called Trusted Installer. Checked back forum logs, nothing on trusted installer. I ran a search of my computer with no results. He said it stopped him from downloading SAS. He did a clean install and now it downloads and he cannot find no trusted installer on it. Is there such a thing as a trusted installer? Its only supposed to be in vista as he says. Curious about it as I cannot find nothing on my computer for trusted installer, windows installer yes, other NO.

A:Solved: windows installer/trusted installer?


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Alright Folks, Hello and all that.

I was browsing through my program files while working on getting Unreal Tournament to host multiplayer when I came across a folder called "DVD Maker."

I've never installed anything like it.

I went to control panel, uninstall programs, and I did not find it.

I tried to delete it and it says that I do not have permission to delete the folder, only "TrustedInstaller" does. I tried to give myself permissions, (I am on my administrator account) and it fails.

Any help given will be massively appreciated.

A:DVD Maker - Trusted Installer

"DVD Maker" is a native Windows Vista and 7 program.

TrustedInstaller is a legit Windows service (real Administrator). See here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Resource_Protection

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I believe my computer has a rootkit on it. The Gmer program wouldn't even do a full scan as it wouldn't let me click Systems, Section, Devices, Module, Processes, threads, or Libraries.I recently reinstalled Vista because my computer wouldn't even load properly. I needed to use System Recovery. I thought I had formatted the computer when I reinstalled it but I guess it saved my old stuff for me(which is obviously infected). Before I reinstalled Vista I had deleted about 30 gigs of stuff but the harddrive still read the same space taken up. My wireless internet also doesn't seem to work. Edit: I tried to install Kaspersky trial and it was interrupted beyond my control!I'm running an AMD Turion 64 X2 Mobile Technology TL-56 1.80 GHz2 gigs of Ram64 Bit Operating SystemI would like to fix the computer but if you can't help me I'll format it. -Geezor

A:Trusted Installer Rootkit

Hello and Welcome to the forums! My name is Gringo and I'll be glad to help you with your computer problems. Somethings to remember while we are working together.Do not run any other tool untill instructed to do so!Please Do not Attach logs or put in code boxes.Tell me about any problems that have occurred during the fix.Tell me of any other symptoms you may be having as these can help also.Do not run anything while running a fix.In the upper right hand corner of the topic you will see a button called Options. If you click on this in the drop-down menu you can choose Track this topic. By doing this and then choosing Immediate E-Mail notification and then clicking on Proceed you will be advised when we respond to your topic and facilitate the cleaning of your machine.We apologize for the delay in responding to your request for help. Here at Bleeping Computer we get overwhelmed at times, and we are trying our best to keep up. Please note that your topic was not intentionally overlooked. Our mission is to help everyone in need, but sometimes it takes just a little longer to get to every request for help. No one is ignored here.In order for me to see the status of the infection I will need a new set of logs to start with.Please print out or make a copy in notpad of any instructions given, as sometimes it is necessary to go offline and you will lose access to them.DeFogger: Please download DeFogger to your desktop.Double click DeFogger to run the tool. The ap... Read more

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I'm the administrator and only user. I found TRUSTEDINSTALLER, tried EDIT to give it all powers, but it won't edit. (Windows 7)

A:Solved: How do I become a TRUSTED INSTALLER?

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I have NOT been able to run a SFC for a long time. I uninstalled some programs last night and tried today with success. I am not familiar with Windows 7 but I don't think Vista ran SFC via Trusted Installer. I ran a MSE on this computer a month or so ago and it ran over 4 hours and when finished had installed and deleted so many files. I removed Adobe, and Live Essentials. I need to remove Java as there are HUNDREDS of Java in the registry, but it is not showing up in the uninstall list. I am wondering if someone can look at my CBS Log and offer any advice as to what is going on. This is the oddest CBS I have ever seen. I was making progress getting this laptop clean and worried something may have reverted or worse.

A:SFC and Trusted Installer? Is this normal?

post the log and im sure someone will get back to you buddy!

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So I made a fresh start
Default Windows 8.1 Admins are the default Admin account and my solo user account.
At what point should I start hawking my user accounts for bleep like
NT/TrustedInstaller (s-543-05480958409584085490834098093-58-%0398483) ?
And is that .net or kids pretending to be .net?

A:Trusting the "Trusted" Installer?

There's no need to hawk the other user accounts on your system. If it's a fresh start, and the only accounts are yours and the default Admin one (which can be disabled by the way), all the other ones are legitimate. And it should stay that way. Malware that add another user account to perform their task are quite rare if you ask me, usually they'll stick to using permissions of the current user (or Admin if they can).

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If I leave my computer on an unattended for more than 20 minutes, the HD light comes on. I looked at Task Manager to see what was running. Both the Trusted Installer and RunDLL32.exe are using CPU anywhere from, 8 to 27% and go back an forth with usage and this goes on for about a half an hour. Is this normal?

A:Trusted Installer and RunDLL32.exe

Could be the Defragger kicking in to defrag while the machine is not being used.

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My husband has been having a lot of trouble with his computer and this has worsened since he upgraded
to Windows 10. He is talking about re-installing Windows 7 but as he does not understand the problems he is having I am trying to work out what is wrong.

Tried to set up sfc /scannow - Search Box would not respond - could not type in box - gave up trying to sort this - set up scannow via Task Manager with elevated privileges but received error message "Windows Resource Protection could not start". On Microsoft Community Forum Site I found suggestions for ADDING a missing Trusted Installer which I am looking into. In the process I found he has 2 different Trusted Installer IDs

The sub folder in C:\Windows\Servicing Version gives him a Trusted Installer ID ending in .570
The only folders I could find in WinSxS (amd64-microsoft-windows-servicingstack_31bf3856ad364e35_is followed by Trusted Installer ID ending in 486

Would this be the cause of his problems - or one of them? If so can you advise how I should proceed to remedy this ? The Microsoft Community solution is for a MISSING ID not for 2 conflicing versions !

Hopefully yours


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A small question for me please..! I have picked up a bargain lappy and have swept it out, up till user accounts-avoiding a complete reinstall as it looks like they did that before I got into .old folder-this account has a name I cant live with...trusted installer the end of the line isn't it? Can you help me change the name (only)?
P.S - Ive taken the liberty to remove the user account of the same name. (is that ok?)

A:TABOO: trusted installer (isnt me)

See pertinent info at http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/what-is-trustedinstaller-and-why-does-it-keep-me-from-renaming-files/ .

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I am trying to perform a very basic task. Moving the windows calculator to the desktop. When I try I receive the message "You require permission from TrustedInstaller to make changes to this file"
I think it has something to do with permissions so I tried to change the owner of calc.exe to my administrator account but it did not work. Any help would be appreciated.

A:require permission from trusted installer

Are trying to move it within a Limited Account?

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I tried to answer to another thread with a similar title and it has been locked..I wonder why? Of course not is obvious,Microsoft is peeved off.
The post started with this :
Has ANYBODY found an effective and easy-to-understand way to disable (decapitate, exterminate, disembowel) windows 7 'TrustedInstaller'?? This has to be, by FAR, one of the WORST devices MS has ever come up with. I wouldn't even be aware of it's existence,
if it had not been for it turning my OS processing into peanut butter sludge on so many occasions. And now, it appears to be interfering with adding legitimate 3rd party procedures and add-ons. It is a gargantuan CPU SUCK, and it doesn't appear to accomplish
ANYTHING that couldn't be accomplished w/ a combination of Win DEFENDER and UAC permissions. I did hear somebody comment, on another forum, that it "protects your system from making damaging changes to itself....blah, blah". Well, a howitzer will probably
be effective at killing flies, too, but is that the approach you want to take? What bothers me is that the PINHEAD who came up with this one, is probably kicking it in a plush MS office right now, and WORSE YET, will probably be making FUTURE decisions on
OS's. (Yeah, just when you thought the fun was over....)
This 'trusted installer' is a disease, and it is about time that Microsoft DID THE RIGHT THING by their customers and came up with an appropriate fix! But while we are waiting for Microsoft to do the right thing (I'm sur... Read more

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How do I become the Trusted Installer in Vista? Research I have done has shown that I need to be the "Trusted Installer" to make certain system changes. How do I do this?

A:Windows Vista: Trusted Installer.

Trusted installer is attached to a program to allow installation. This is done by software developers for Vista. What do you want to do since running as administrator allows all system changes that I know of.

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I'm working with a Dell Inspiron N5010 with Windows 7 64 bit Home Premium.  It's has some adware and PUP's issues that I think I've cleaned up with Combofix, Malwarebytes, and adaware (sp). 
First let me say I cannot find the install disc.  Windows will not let me download the install as the registry number belongs to Dell.  Dell no longer has links to Windows for me to download.  I don'tr eally want to upgrade, this is a friends computer. 
I still have issues now with Windows updates.  Something's missing in the Registry.  I cannot run a scf /scannow   I get a message that says Windows Resource Protection could not start the repair service. 
I did find that windows update was disabled in the registry and I turned it on.  Still no good.
I ran Tweaking.com-Windows Repair.  It fixed quite a few issues but still found some registry files missing namely TrustedInstaller.exe.
I found on Microsoft where I can add the trustedinstaller to the registry, but I don't have permission to add one.  I am running as an administrator. 
I need lots of help. 
Thank you

A:Trusted Installer and other update issues

Type services.msc into Start Menu search box to open the Services Manager. Look for Windows Modules Installer service double-click on it and press the Start button to start the service. Set its startup type to Manual. Once the service is started, run System File Checker and see if it works.

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I have corrupted files involving volume control They show 0 bytes but have files which show if I use properties review . I have a copies from another computer but when I try anything associated with the empty file location on the troubled machine I get stuck because only trusted installer can change . Is there a way around this? More than 1 file shows up for different programs all related to DLL 's
Anything short of a reinstall that I should try?

A:Only trusted installer access - change

Start with Malwarebytes and SuperAntiSpyware scans, then SFC, then continue with the rest of the Troubleshooting Steps for Windows 7

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I have an issue where Trusted Installer Service is failing to run with the error <Failed to Read Description. Error Code: 193 > 
When I try to start it manually I get "Windows could not start the trustedinstaller service on local computer. Error 216: 0xd8"

I believe this is stopping me from upgrading to windows 10. Any advice on how to rectify this situation would be most grateful. FYI
sfc /scannow does not run (I believe because of this)
Windows refresh wont run (I believe because of this)
Thanks in advance for your help

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Can anyone tell me which update installs Trustedinstaller.exe in win 7? I'd like to uninstall that update, I have heard that it creates a lot of pronlems

A:which update installs trusted installer

Quote: Originally Posted by dorian hawkmoon

Can anyone tell me which update installs Trustedinstaller.exe in win 7? I'd like to uninstall that update, I have heard that it creates a lot of pronlems

Trusted installer cant be removed. It is a user group without which you cant install programs. why would you want to?


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This problem has happened quite a few times (though not every day) so thought I'd ask you about it.

I have an Acer Aspire 5742 running Windows 7 Home Premium. Normally, whilst under minimal load, the fans are quite quiet, and temperatures are 50-60'C (normal for this laptop). Under intense load, the fans speed up and the temperatures go up. Which is expected. However....

Some days, the temperatures will always remain quite high, and the CPU usage also is quite high, even when "idling". Opening Task Manager (under admin) reveals there is a program called "Trusted Installer" (trustedinstaller.exe) which gobbles up up to 25% of my processor, and will not back down. This results in the laptop getting very hot (the 5742s have a heating issue) and could result in shutdown if you don't keep an eye on things.

Killing the process via Task Manager is often of little help, because it starts itself back up and continues to gobble up my CPU.

Other times, it has also be known for SVCHost (whatever that is) to do the same thing - and killing that via TM can sometimes require a whole reboot of the laptop.

Since I mentioned (in another thread) that this laptop runs quite hot, is there any way of trying to sort this issue out? Ideally getting rid of this [un]trusted installer but stopping it from gobbling CPU power is also helpful. That process is the last thing I would want to run on my laptop!


A:Trusted Installer gobbling up my processor usage

Try stopping Windows Update service as a test and set startup type to "disabled"

After a reboot check to see if you have the same issue. If not - then it means that you have a problem with windows updates and it might not but easy to fix. Personally I would go with a full repair of windows updates but it's not easy.

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Folders and files in one of my partioned drive was made Read-only by oversight. As a result i am not able to crete any new files/folders.

I did see this forum vide searching the internet and went through the steps as in "How to restore TrustedInstaller as a owner of a file in Vista" (TrustedInstaller - Restore as Owner) . In step 6 of this presentation when i enter the object name as "NT Service\TrustedInstaller" and click the "Check Names" button i get the following error message:

"An object (User , group or built in security principal) with the following name cannot be found : "NT Service\Trusted Installer". Check the selected object types and locations for accuracy and ensure that you have typed the object name correctly, or remove this object from selection".

Note : Have not made any typo nor any spaces between words

Appreciate if someone can throw some light. Are there any other options available to ensure that my d: drive (including its folders and sub-folders) are enabled to "TrustedInstaller". Otherwise technically am unable to save any data in that drive.

Thanks a lat.

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I have followed the instructions from the Windows 7 forum on changing the owner/permissions for a file from Trusted Installer to Administrator but cannot see an EDIT button. I am trying to delete files associated with the Delta Search malware which was detected and deactivated by Malwarebytes.

A:No EDIT for Trusted Installer/Administrator permission

Hello JJJ, and welcome to Eight Forums.

The tutorial below may be able to help with this for the differences in Windows 8.

Take Ownership of a File, Folder, Drive, or Registry Key in Windows 8

Hope this helps,

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Hi, I need help I want to free my pc of space so I want to change my local disk. I have already changed where program files were but they are still in my C: folder. Does anyone know how to change my local disk and how to delete Program Files and Program
Files (x86) from my C: drive without trusted installer saying now and having known where TrustedInstaller is?

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I have an HDD with an old install of Windows and other stuff I`ll never need.
Is there a quick way to format?

A:"Trusted Installer"..what a hassle...help please...

Hi and welcome to TSG.

Quickest way I can think of would be to connect it to an existing machine, as a slave drive and format it through Windows. You can format a drive directly from the context menu of Windows Explorer. Press Ctrl+E then right click the drive you want to format and choose Format... Make sure you select the correct drive

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I have a laptop with Vista Home Premium x32. From Dell.

There are two issues that have frustrated me and I need help from the forum to resolve any one of them.

a) I am trying to access the folder "c:\document and settings" in VISTA but I can not, as the access is denied. In my effort solve the above issue, I read elsewhere that "it" is changed to c:\users. I tried that approach ( including allowing the systems administrators to be permitted) with the same results - access denied. After my further search on the topic, I learnt that I have to take the ownership of the "folder", but How do you do it? What is the process?

b) After failing to do the above, I managed to format the Hard Drive with the reinstalling disk from DELL. Thereafter I tried to load the XP Pro and I got the error message that there is no Hard Drive to load XP on.

It is frustrating.

I do not know why VISTA is so complicated. Even after paying them what MICROSOFT demands, I do not get to control MY computer, disk, program.(They have taken away my fax also and do not accept any other fax program.)

It took me million years to figure out to partition ( I am technically challenged person).

Following is the reply I read on the VISTA FORUM but the question is " How do you take the ownership from the "TRUSTED INSTALLER"?

Please help.

Thank you everyone in advance.

I figured it out -- you have to take ownership of the drive away from
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A:"Trusted Installer"

Hello newyork,
Take a look at these tutorials, they may help with your problem.

Take Ownership of file

TrustedInstaller - Restore as Owner

Give this a try, if it does not do the job, come back and we can try something else.
Good luck and post your results.

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Hello I'm David,
I'm new in the forum. As the title says, I have some problem  installing the icloud control panel in windows. At the end of the installation, the installer says that it has not the administrator privilegies to write in C:\ProgramData\microsoft\windos\Startmenu\programs\icloud.
I tried to used (in this sequence):
1- Malwarebytes anti malware
In the following i'm posting the log of the programs (Hijackthis file included)
Can you help me in find what it is the problem?
I opened everything as administrator not always the anti malware program even the icloud setup.

A:Icloud installer - windows installer does not have the administrator privilegies

I run Window Repair all in one too putting the MSI (windows installer) repair, but unfortunatly nothing changed

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My netbook is DENVER NBW-10004N. It was running Windows 10 64-bit but the boot file was corrupted so i had to format and install clean Windows 10 32-bit. Now i got another problems. Audio driver is not working, battery icon not showing and brightness is not working and Wi-Fi won't connect to my new router anymore. I guess those drivers was made for 64-bit only and the processor is 64-bit based but my BIOS won't recognize Win10 64-bit installer. Only 32-bit installer.

This is how my boot list looks like when i created Win10 32-bit bootable USB

And this is how my boot list looks like when i created Win10 64-bit bootable USB

I contacted my manufacturer but they said they don't have any recovery or image to flash and send it to local store for help. I did send it to my local store but they could not help so i took it back home and i asked my manufacturer for drivers and bios updates etc but they ignored me for no reason.

I created bootable Plop Boot Manager which allow to boot any drives that BIOS won't allow but it doesn't show in boot list

If you wanna know how BIOS looks like, take a look in my album
Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet

A:BIOS won't recognize x64 installer, but regconized x86 installer

How are you making the USB flash drive for the installation?

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Hi buddies,

I want to degrade Windows Installer 2.0 to Windows Installer 1.1 in Windows 2000 Server.

I have downloaded the Installer v1.1 and installed but it didnt get updated.

Plz help me in this issue...

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every time me or my wife logs into our accounts on windows we receive a pop up for windows installer and sonic decoder. they cannot be canceled unless I open the task manager and manually stop them I cant think of any changes I have made to msconfig or my registry that would cause this. I checked the event viewer log to see if there was any additional info but none was available. Any suggestions anyone?

My system also seems to be running very sluggishly way slower than normal, I ran a spyware scan Vundo fix and I am currently running a complete antivirus scan just to be safe even though I dont feel that this is malware/virus related.

A:windows installer/sonic decoder installer

so an update to this one....my computer is acting all sorts of weird now and programs are showing up that I deleted long ago....also when I view the audit in event viewer it shows a very large amount of registry errors. I am not familiar with the process to repair a corrupted registry . Is there anyone that could lend me some suggestions or guide me on the right path?

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Hello all. I really need your help. I've tried to open a downloaded file - TinyWallInstaller.msi - , but without success. I've learned that Windows blocks opening this and many other file extension types because it rates them as "high risk" or "invalid" with the pop-up : " Publisher Could Not Be Verified". I also came across a simple tutorial that does unblock this, but it doesn't apply to Vista Home Prem. - my O.S. So, that said, I'm looking for a good workaround that will enable me to unblock and open this neat firewall program. My experience is somewhat limited - would hope to avoid command prompt and registry editing if possible. However, at this point I'm willing to try just about anything! Please help!!!

A:MSI Installer Pkg. blocked by Windows Installer


Have you tried going into control panel and disabling the windows firewall?

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Download Mz CPU Accelerator 4.1 Free - A small utility that will allow you to run applications much faster than the original speed - Softpedia

I was wondering if this is reliable and does not make programs crash. Any experience with this thing?


A:To be trusted?

Perhaps you should have a look at this one also.

Download More RAM!

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I guess this is about hardware.


A:Can this guy be trusted?

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2nd post on this subject

I want to remove two computers from my trusted-PC list.In security info the only option I get is to remove all trusted-PC.If I use this option will I have to do trusted-PC again for each Computer I want ?

A:Trusted- PC

Hello Fred, and welcome to Eight Forums.

Unfortunately, Microsoft has changed it to only being able to remove all "trusted devices" now instead of being able to remove a specific "trusted PC" as before.

If you remove all trusted devices, you would then have to go through the process of having the other PCs added as trusted again.
Microsoft Account Trusted Devices - Add or Remove
Hope this helps,

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Hi hope someone can help! We have four PC's on a network 3 run XP and 1 on windows 7. We have been able to access a particular site on all four. Suddenly the windows 7 & and the server pc wont let us access the site. It is the new Mot testing site nothing dodgy! We can get on internet fine on al four pc on any other site. When we go on Mot site on two PC's we get http://pife-das01.fe.mot2.dvsa;8443/secure/UI/login is not the trusted server.   All four PC's are wired not wi fi.
Any ideasThanksMick

A:Not Trusted Server

Please post the exact error message you receive.
Please download MiniToolBox  , save it to your desktop and run it.
 Checkmark the following checkboxes:  List last 10 Event Viewer log  List Installed Programs  List Users, Partitions and Memory size.
 Click Go and paste the content into your next post.
 Also...please Publish a Snapshot using Speccy - http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic323892.html/page__p__1797792#entry1797792 , taking care to post the link of the snapshot in your next post. 

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Very annoying problem.
XP Pro with IE6 on desktop computer.
Trusted Sites contains: https://pilotweb.nas.faa.gov

When ever I go to the following site I get a Security Alert that states that the certificate was issued by a company that I have not chosen to trust...would I like to proceed, or install the certificate. Normally, I just click "YES" to proceed and I get my data. Sometimes I'll re-install the certificate as if it will do any good for next time...but it doesn't.

Here's the URL:


Any ideas of what I can do so that this site is always trusted and I no longer get the Security Alert?

Thanks so much,

A:IE6 trusted certificate

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I know that many "clean" sites must include ads in order to be able to support the site, so I wonder:
Is it technologically possible and is it practical for a normally clean website, such as this, to tell me as I login that
1. it has not been hacked by criminals
2. that the ads included for not-logged-in people run on this server and not someplace else, and do not have keyloggers, trojans, viruses, and other crapware in them

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Een goedemiddag :

Een totale computerdebiel als ik probeer al weken links aan te klikken zonder dat deze trusted page (a-search.biz/?wmid=1010) in beeld komt. Hoe eenvoudig is dit en kent iemand dit probleem ?


A:trusted page oid


In english :
As a computermoron.... every time I click on a link, the trusted page
a-search.biz/?wmid=1010 pops up. Does anybody knows this anoing page and how simple is it to get rid of it ? Exqueeze my English ....

Keezzz again

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I am running Windows 2003 Server, SP2.

IE7 will not hold trusted sites. After you add a site, click OK to get back out to the browser, and refresh (or even exit, and re-start IE), the desired site is no longer listed in Trusted Sites.

Internet Explorer enhanced security features are un-installed.



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I have added a site to my "trusted sites" list in Internet Explorer:
However I cannot get the site to load at all.
I keep getting the error message:
Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage
I have tried over and over to find the problem.
I can get the site: http://www.bravenet.net to load, but most of the links on that site are to a bravenet.com site, including the contact us information.
I would ask them (Bravenet) to help me, but I cannot get to their help or contact files.
When I try to go from Google to bravenet.com I get an error box with the message:
The current web page is trying to open a site in your trusted sites list.
Do you want to allow this?
Current site: http://www.google.com
Trusted site: http://www.bravenet.com
Yes No
Warning: Allowing this can expose your computer to security risks. If you don't trust the current Web Page, choose No.
When I answer Yes, I still get the error message:
Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage.
Do I have some settings incorrect in my security settings somewhere.
Mostly, I have not had any problems viewing the sites I want to see.
I do have one other site that is a problem in the same way.
It also is listed in my trusted sites:

What is the point of adding a site to your trusted sites when it doesn't allow the site when you say yes?
I am totally confused o... Read more

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I changed my IE settings and I looked through firefox and I just cant get rid of them they sorta freak me out. I also just noticed AVG got a threat detection when nothing was running, I walked back into the room with my computer and seen AVG had found a virus before I could see even where it was or what it was AVG had closed off the screen. I ran another virus scan with AVG and also ran Malawarebytes just to be on the safe side and nothing came back. When the detection came up there was nothing running on my computer unless you count AVG. No browers or programs.

Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2
Scan saved at 9:01:24 AM, on 1/23/2009
Platform: Windows XP SP3 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v7.00 (7.00.6000.16762)
Boot mode: Normal

Running processes:
C:\Program Files\Adobe\Photoshop Elements 3.0\PhotoshopElementsFileAgent.exe
C:\Program Files\Adobe\Photoshop Elements 3.0\PhotoshopElementsDeviceConnect.exe
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A:Trusted Zones I cant get rid of.

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Anyone know of a way to tell UAC that Everything (the search engine) is OK, I trust it, stop prompting me?

A:UAC and trusted programs

Hello BJB,

There's not a safe list available for UAC since that would defeat the security it provides. However, you could use either tutorial below to create an elevated shortcut to run the program that will not give you a UAC prompt when used.

Elevated Program Shortcut without UAC Prompt - Create

Elevated Program Shortcut - Create for Standard User

Hope this helps.

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Where is the tab? Looking at the manual for v2.7.8 and there is a Trusted Vendors tab under WhiteList. Not seeing it there in v3.0.0.

Added a vendor to the Trusted Vendors to see if it would appear, it did not. Now I don't even know where the vendor I added has been stored.

A:NVT - Trusted Vendors?

after click Managed Trusted Vendors > right click Vendor list for options

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1. Using IE8 we are trying to connect to an ssl server. If the URL is not added manually in the trusted sites (Internet options -> security -> Trusted Sites) we are seeing a java exception. After manually adding the URL in trusted sites everything works fine.

Exception seen in java console is netscape.javascript.JSException: Access is denied.

In IE7 it works fine even if we donot manully add the URL in trusted site. Please let me know why we should add URL in the trusted sites manually for IE8.

2. Please let us know if there is any debugger tool available to debug XSS script errors occurred in IE8.

Thanks in advance.

A:IE8 Trusted sites

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 IE8 Trusted sites 


1. Using IE8 we are trying to connect to an ssl server. If the URL is not added manually in the trusted sites (Internet options -> security -> Trusted Siteswe are seeing a java exceptionAfter manually adding the URL in trusted sites everything works fine

Exception seen in java console is netscapeRead more

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I regulary browse a site called 'Desktop Nexus' usually without problems. Recently a window appears on my screen every few minutes or so which says 'The current website is trying to open a site in your trusted sites list. Do you want to allow this? -
Current site:http://ad.xtendmedia.com
Trusted site: res://ieframe.dll'
Thing is, if I don't click 'Yes' to allow this, I lose Internet access/lose internet connection.
I have noticed that this window only pops up when one of the advertisements on Desktop Nexus fails. Should I be worried ? Also, is there a way to stop from recurring ?

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Is there a way to set IE to only allow specified trusted sites? I don't care if the setting can be changed without any privileges the user is not tech savvy enough to undo them. Thanks!!!

A:Trusted sites

IE Content Advisor should satisfy your requirements.

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In My opinion Avast is most trusted and reliable! Share Your thoughts too!

A:Which is the Most Trusted AV Company?

Depend what is your view for "trusted". If we go like in here today's PARANOID internet world, ransom here ransom there and other thing messed with in...crap what i talking about, most privacy friendly for sure is Emsisoft. In other scenarios...hmm... i still keep my vote, Emsisoft.

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Oy, hey there,
Not sure if this belongs under Networking or IIS, it's a bit of both...

I'm mainly wondering how users from a trusted domain are viewed on another, especially in relation to IIS with Integrated Windows Authentication.

Here's the deal, I've got webserver on DomainA.
I've got a user on DomainB.
DomainA trusts DomainB.
DomainB\user wants to use IWA controlled app on DomainA\Webserver.

When DomainB\user accesses a resource on DomainA, is he still viewed as DomainB\user, or is DomainA(anything) associated with that user?

Because for the custom application, which happens to be on the webserver, I need to allow access for each user. So would I simply put DomainB\user? Even though the webserver is on DomainA?

Now to part 2...

Also, I want to use IWA on the webserver on DomainA; will it be able to work with a user account from DomainB?

To put it horribly graphically, I'm trying to do this:
(DomainB: DomainB\user)---using IWA--->(DomainA: Webserver)

Networkingly speaking, is that just impossible?
As far as a user coming in from a trusted domain...does that fall to pieces concerning IWA, causing them to enter a DomainA username\password?

Thanks for convolutedly reading this.

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A friend of mine who has connections in high places told me that some MS updates are part of a DHS Patriot Act directive to discover who is browsing certain websites and read their file information. Although I have nothing to hide, really, I've found that my old 98 2nd Ed. runs better now that I deleted items 903235 and 823559. Of course I ran Adaware after the IE repair to remove the 7 Alexa objects as usual. I really know very little about computers, so am I shooting myself in the foot by doing this? Should I just go ahead and download anything from Windows update? Is there really a chance that my system will be attacked as they say if I ignore these updates? Should I just welcome big brother's post 9-11 Orwellian world? Your thoughts appreciated.

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