Hi.I seem to have a problem with rogue Anti-Spyware program trying to install itself on my computer.This looks to be happening on a weekly basis.Just wondering if anyone else has been getting the same problem.It downloads the security warning box that my computer may be infected, then tries to install itself automatically.This only happens when browsing for fix problems.Windows XP Home.I have A Squared and AVG both paid for versions.Kerio Firewall paid for.Also have MawareBytes and Fixiedef .Also WinPatrol and McAfee Site Advisor.I have also ran a Rootkit scan that found nothing.Just wondering when they start trying to download could they leave something on the computer that may download at a later date.Any advice welcome.You really have to be quick to remove it before it downloads fully.
Full scan with A Squared to-day found nothing.Just doing another scan and so far it has found 2 problems in Temporary Internet files. Adware,Fakeantivirus.Lik and Adware Fakeantivirus mik.Now scan is just finished.I have quarantined both problems.Would I be right in thinking that if I delete temporary Internet files I should also get rid of the problem.
yes .Sorry I missed that one out I do have it installed and fully updated.But it shows you that McAfee Site Advisor does not seem to be doing its job properly.Now going to run the scans again in safe mode.So will be back on later. Thanks every one for their advice.