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Windows 10 Blue Screen of Death caused by cewd64f.sys
My Windows 10 desktop PC crashes frequently (as much as 3-4 times a day), and I suspect that most of the crashes are caused by Covenant E...
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CE causes issues with Keybase
Apparently, CE makes it impossible for Keybase to set up on a Windows desktop.  On the lateset beta (7.2.4), I believe the SSL proxy inte...
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Covenant Eyes interfering with important applications (CrashPlan, UniFi Controller)
I have been using CrashPlan for a long time, and recently (after recent CrashPlan updates and CE updates) I have no longer been able to r...
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Force-installing browser extensions without user consent is a dark pattern
The more recent versions of covenant eyes install browser extensions (that then cannot be removed) without consent from the user.  This i...
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Uninstall without a code.
The uninstaller needs a way to uninstall without a code. The little episode from this morning creates a pretty untenable situation: at a...
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What to do when the service and website is down and you aren't taking support calls?
Service is very intermittent today, and the main website is down and support isn't taking calls. Is there some other way to uninstall th...
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