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Old 31st May 2012
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Yes, you are right, the user is the boss. You can decide what to do. In IE9 you even have the option to resume download.
As for semantics....NOD32 blocks a site by displaying a red label on the site if it's in dangerous sites list or stop a download after finished (when it can scan the downloaded file) before moving the file from temporary location to the download selected location. So, in fact NOD32 doesn't block the download, just doesn't allow the file to be moved.
On the other hand, why NOD32 doesn't warn you about google toolbar, or yahoo's ? I wonder why, after so many years, NOD32 keeps warning about conduit toolbar.
I asume you know that conduit's toolbar call home and send back your search criteria.
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