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HTML: Script-inf Threat

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#1 geologist


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Posted 08 April 2012 - 04:14 PM

Ran an mbam scan earlier today with 0 results. However, following up with an Avast full scan, 2 identical 'high risk', HTML: Script-inf items surfaced. Avast then proposed a reboot with a further scan and although I wasn't there at the finish, I did note that there were 4 items- 3 'zip archive is corrupted' and 1 'CAB archive is corrupted'. After the scan, the computer had obviously rebooted and so I have no idea what happened to the corrupt items or what I should do now.
I would really appreciate advice on this.

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