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#1 angelmarie

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Posted 05 September 2004 - 04:48 PM

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a scan with pestpatrol tells me i have this cwsgooglems3, i dont think its any dangerous, but i dont know how they get there since i have a few antispyware progs that are supposed to take care of this things. is there any way to delete it, or should i let it pass.

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Posted 06 September 2004 - 02:52 AM

Hi Angelmarie
If you have SpywareBlaster googlems3 shows as a false positive with PestPatrol. PP recognises the registry entry for googlems3, and if you"fix" it in PP you'll find that SpywareBlaster then shows one unprotected item - the xxx toolbar.
I was advised by PP help desk to set PP to ignore it.

If you don't have Spyware Blaster....please could someone else comment!

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Luci2a :thumbsup:




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