.jpi_cache

  Edbanger 12:59 13 Sep 2003
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Earlier today AVG found a virus Java/ByteVerify in the .jpi_cache. When I checked this file it had 2 other files in it called "jar" and "file".

Is it safe to delete the files that are inside these, as they appear to come from sites visited on the net.

Ed.

  OneSirKnight 13:24 13 Sep 2003

try using this first,click here

  Edbanger 14:27 13 Sep 2003

Thanks for that. I used it but it did not find anything. When AVG found the virus, it said that it had been healed. What I would like to know is can the files in .jpi_cache be deleted.


Thanks.

Ed.

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