LivEviL 16:31 17 Dec 2005

just came back in from a mad day of shoppin to find NIS Antivirus poped up with about a 1000 trojan.ByteVerify attacks which it has automatically deleted! i read up on it and found that i havent been infected! just thought id let u all know that this virus could prob cause ur norton stuff some halm as it seems to attack all the NIS files! so keep it up to date!

  PaulB2005 16:34 17 Dec 2005
  LivEviL 16:36 17 Dec 2005

i presum u typed in trojan.Byteverify in google as i did then! i read all that just thought i would let people know about it! altho im still clickin the ok button on about the 999 anvtivirus pop up!

  LivEviL 16:36 17 Dec 2005

i also presume i can spell unlike me!

  LivEviL 16:52 17 Dec 2005

im still clicking these pop ups does anyone know a quick way to click them all at once?

  LivEviL 17:04 17 Dec 2005

jesus just looked in my log an this virus has been attacking since 12:14 this afternoon and stopped at 16:32 about the time i came back!

  PaulB2005 21:30 17 Dec 2005

1) Clear the Java cache:

a. From the Start button, click Settings> Control Panel
b. In the Control Panel, open the "Java Plug-in Control Panel"
c. Select the Cache Tab
d. Click the Clear button inside the Cache Tab, which will clear your JRE cache directory

2) Boot into Safe Mode and run a NAV Scan

  rawprawn 09:30 18 Dec 2005

This online scan should clear it, it got rid of mine no problem click here

  VoG II 09:49 18 Dec 2005
  LivEviL 11:39 18 Dec 2005

LINK MAN Strikes again!

cheers all

  LivEviL 11:41 18 Dec 2005

p.s is there a lin-kay 9 the wonder dog? or a linky the boy link wonder?

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