Downloaded and installed AVG 7 last night. Ran the update then did system scan.Results are four infected files with some thing called
Java/ByteVerify Details given say it is some thing to do with the java virtual machine. AVg does not remove it to the vrus vault or attempt to heal it,just suggests you look for a fix on microsoft update.How ever a search of microsoft drew a blank. Have i got a virus or is version 7 buggy? steve1ooo
If you are running Microsoft Java VM 3810 or higher (or sun java) the byteverify exploit will not affect you. It will still be in your java cache as a zip file. click here deletes it safely. click here, and click here, give info. click here if you are running sun java.
How can I tell what version of the Microsoft VM I'm using? Here's how to determine the build number you're using:
1. Select Start, then Run.
2. On Windows 95, 98, or Me, type "command" (without the quotes). On Windows NT 4.0, 2000, or XP, type "cmd" (again, without the quotes). Hit the enter key.
3. In the result command box, type "Jview" (without the quotes) and hit the enter key.
4. In the topmost line of the resulting listing, you should see a version number of the form x.yy.zzzz. The final four digits are the version number
816093: Security Update Microsoft Virtual Machine (Microsoft VM) is the security update viewable in your installation history via windows update