Re: JAP question
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Carl)
Date: 22 Dec 2001 03:46:09 -0800
Patrick Head wrote:
> May I suggest you turn of java, cookies etc: in IE.Its a dead
> give away.
Thanks for your advice. I've checked it again and have
found out now that Webwasher is the problem. When I only
use JAP it works for me, too. Still, I would like to
combine both things.
I just wonder if this test page (i.e.
shows my original IP address and http://privacy.net/analyze/
doesn't - is privacy.net (and others, which give similar
results) really reliable then?
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