Nick Ritchie September 10, 2010 at 06:09:09 Specs: Microsoft Windows XP Professional, 2.793 GHz / 3070 MB
Well this is the first time my sercurity/anti-virus app Microsoft Security Essentials was put to the test ! I was browsing the internet and suddenly the security suite reported that a virus had been detected and recomended I remove it right away . Status severe the virus reported was JS/ Obfuscator. Doing a google search on this I find that its not a virus rather a file having to do with my Java application which I just updated a couple of weeks ago ? Can anyone give me any information in referance to this file ! I took the advice of the anti-virus app and removed the file thru the security app . Thanks to All ,Nick
uninstall it, and perhaps reinstall it. or install a different security software. You can get lots of reliable security software for free, you just have to find them. check this out http://downloads.cesabarre.com
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