Adobe Shockwave causes Internet Explorer problems
I have used Internet Explorer since I am a Windows-freak, and have never had problems which could not be solved.
Now I do have one where I don't have any explanations for.
When I surf to a webpage that contains something that uses Adobe Shockwave,
Windows 7 (Yes, I use this awesome OS) will search for a solution and closes the webpage.
After it has closed the webpage, it says that the webpage uses malicious add-ons (Adobe Shockwave), and for my
own protection, IE has closed the page.
Sorry for my bad English, I am Dutch.
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