I'm running Windows XP Home SP3 on an IBM ThinkCentre 8195-26U. While cruising the internet earlier in search of pictures of zebras (pretty innocent, I thought) I clicked on an image in a Google image search and Avast! 4.8 Home Edition popped up a warning that a virus had been found, offered me the opportunity to abort the connection, and looks like it quarantined something. The file it apparently found was identified as "JS:ScriptIP-inf[TRJ]."
I disconnected from the internet and did a full scan with MBAM just to double check, and all appears normal.
Can anyone provide any additional info on what Avast! caught? I'm trying to learn more so I can take a more effective part in keeping myself safe.
Edited by Capn Easy, 13 April 2009 - 03:00 AM.