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Security Software
     McAfee Internet Security

Web Browsers
    America Online (AOL)
    Windows Internet Explorer
    Macintosh Internet Explorer

If the browser/security software you use isn't listed above or if the linked instructions don't work for you, please send a message to Lotsa Helping Hands Support at support@lotsahelpinghands.com

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