On or about 1/12/2009 3:58 PM, HeavyDuty typed the following: > Alwil Avast 4.8 > Seamonkey 1.1.14 > XP-Pro SP3. > > I had to uninstall Avast AV 4.8 and reinstall it. > As a result of this activity, three changes happened to Seamonkey. 1) > ALL my stored passwords disappeared; 2) ALL my stored and perpetual > cookies disappeared; 3) My SSL settings were reset to give all warnings. > > Riddle me that? What does Avast have to do with Seamonkey (and why/how > could it make those changes)? > > I was able to restore passwords/cookies by pulling up last night's > backup for the xxxxxx.s file, rename the current file, rename the > restored file with the current .s file name. All was returned to normal.
Since I'm using Avast 4.8 SM 1.1.14 and Windows 5.1 (XP-Pro) Service Pack 3 also and having none of the above programs, I would look elsewhere for a solution. It's not a Avast or SeaMonkey problem. -- Ed All mail is checked by avast! Antivirus Powered by SeaMonkey: http://www.seamonkey-project.org/ Jumping to conclusions is about the only exercise some people get. _______________________________________________ support-seamonkey mailing list email@example.com https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/support-seamonkey