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NAV says 3 files that I think are viruses are Safe

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#1 J A


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Posted 17 January 2011 - 09:45 PM

Three files keep getting checked by NAV 2010 at startup. They are uninstall.exe, tbhelper2 and update.exe when I start IE 8. I did a little research online and it appears that these 3 are files that are up to no good. However, the aforemention NAV keeps telling me these 3 are safe. Am I just being paranoid, or is NAV off it's rocker?

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