I use a program called Login King (most current build) to keep track of my user ID and passwords.
Every time I start Internet Explorer, I get a warning from Zone Alarm Security Suite (most current version) telling me that Login king is trying to access the internet.
I tell Zone Alarm "OK - and apply to all suspicious behavior".
I then get a second Alarm saying that
a Login King program component is trying to "write code" into IE.exe.
I again repeat my Zone Alarm OK.
I then get a third Alarm saying that a Login King "<to do>" file is "writing code" into IE.exe.
I repeat the Zone Alarm OK a third time.
If I go through all three of these alarms, everything (IE, Zone Alarm and Login King) works OK - BUT IT IS A PAIN HAVING TO RESPOND TO THESE REPEATED ALARMS!!!!!!
Telling Zone Alarm to apply my first OK to all suspicious behavior appears to have no effect - because the same alarms come up the next time I start IE.
I have gone into Zone Alarm Program Control and have marked the Login King programs as "safe" and have OK'd their access to both local and internet, but the Alarms persist.
Has anyone figured out a way to use Login King without having to repeatedly OK its activity to Zone Alarm?????
Operating System:Windows XP Home Edition
Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite