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05-26-12, 05:45 PM #1
Comcast Constant Guard: How do i stop it?
I only get this at my parents house. Problem is this. All the machines are clean. They still get these popups. It doesn't look like a program that i can remove, as its not listed in the Add/remove programs part of windows, nor is it in any of the Addons for the browsers.
But the real trick is this. I am visiting home and brought my laptop, and connected to the Wifi here. Soon as i start browsing, i start getting them on my own laptop. A machine which i never installed any of that crap on in the first place, which kind of points to it being on the network itself.
Anyone have any ideas how to remove it?CPU & Cooling:Intel i5 2500k & CM Hyper 212 EVO /w Noctua NF-P12-1300 120mm Fan (for CPU)
Mainboard & RAM: ASUS P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3 & CORSAIR Vengeance 16GB (4 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600
Storage: Samsung Spinpoint F3R 1TB HDD & Intel 510 Series 120GB SATAIII SSD
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Display: Dell u2410 + 2x Dell u2412m's + 1 Hans-G HW191D
Input: Logitech G110 Keyboard / Logitech G700 Mouse & Zboard Fang
OS: Windows 7 Ent x64
05-27-12, 12:59 AM #2
yes you have to go to there website and de activate it they probly agreed to it when they went to download the free norton from comcast because it asks you in a pop up if you would like it,ive always said no but someone there might have said yes to it once so i would Google "comcast norton" and go to there download page for norton and hopefully you'll get that pop up again and say no otherwise you might have to call or dig around on that site to turn it off.it is a isp protection not a download.CPU----Intel i7 3820 (@4.3)
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Hdd----Samsung 850 Pro SSD
Bluray-LG 3D 12x W/MDISC
Video--Evga GTX 1080 FE
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OS-----Windows 10 x64 Pro
02-26-13, 06:48 AM #3
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- Feb 2013
I know this topic is old, but it is still very relevant. My friend just switched to Comcast and is now getting these annoying pop ups on all his devices (including his smartphone). I found a way to remove the pop-up per device.
Install either TamperMonkey (Chrome), or GreaseMonkey (Firefox) extension for your browser. Add a script and put this in the script: "document.getElementById("comcast_content").style. display = "none";"
Make sure it's enabled and enjoy.
This is for PC browsers with the ability to install extensions. Unless you can find a browser on a smartphone to install web browsing scripts, this wont help for smartphone users.