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#1 PC fan

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Posted 31 December 2011 - 06:11 PM

I ran Malwarebytes on my PC Windows XP Prof. After scanning, two malicious software were found: PUM.Disabled.Security Center were found - both Category Registry Data, with 2 Items: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\SecurityCenterAntivirusDisableNotify and HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\SecurityCenterFirewallDisableNotify - in the Other columm is Bad:(1) Good (0). I run Microsoft Security Essentials. I googled the Pum software & there are discussions about it and MSSE. I don't understand, but most said that I should click on "Ignore" rather than remove. Is PUM>Disabled.SecurityCenter a malicious software or not. Should I click "ignore". What is it? Thanks.

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