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dm1

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A pop-up came onto my screen that I'd been infected with this virus. I ran both AVG and Norton 2003 but nothing came up. Should I still proceed with the 'regedit' modifications?
 

Waldo

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This user seems very very suss :rolleyes:
 

Bunny04

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You should perhaps invest in purchasing "VET- Anti Virus" it prevents all of this, it scans and cleans automatically- and auto. Updates , often every 2 hrs or so...
you won't get hte screens saying 'You've been infected with this virus'' etc...
keep scanning...
and also, sometimes pop up adds can come as 'virus' warnings - ignore them... they aren't always actual virius... they are adds for software and anti virus cleaning systems.
 

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Bunny04 said:
You should perhaps invest in purchasing "VET- Anti Virus" it prevents all of this, it scans and cleans automatically- and auto. Updates , often every 2 hrs or so...
you won't get hte screens saying 'You've been infected with this virus'' etc...
keep scanning...
and also, sometimes pop up adds can come as 'virus' warnings - ignore them... they aren't always actual virius... they are adds for software and anti virus cleaning systems.
It doesn't matter how many firewalls, anti-virii or etc you have, all it takes is one person clicking an unknown format with a trojan or exploit before every shits itself.
 

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