My daughter has been receiving strange screensaver emails which I have been forwarding to [email protected] who are pretty good at stopping spam.
Unfortunately tonight, I opened the attachment with such an email and AVG informed me there was a virus therein. I ran a full test and AVG (updated to 10th Jan) isolated the virus - it was I-Worm/Yaha.K. At the end of the run, it recommended me to put the virus in the vault which I tried but the program said the virus could not be removed.
The location of the worm was in the temporary internet files so I deleted the lot along with all cookies and ran AVG again. This time there was no virus detected.
Have I done enough? Why could the virus not be removed by AVG? Was it because my email to [email protected] was in the outbox?
Sorry, I'm not an expert at all this and have relied on your advice in the past, for which I have been most impressed and very grateful.
Thanks in anticipation.