Posted 15 June 2012 - 02:22 PM
The problem was related to a problem with a specific definition update which went out to some VIPRE users. The issue was related to specific types of flash content. The update was taken offline as soon as a problem was noticed and a fix was sent out in definitions version 12060. If you have VIPRE already installed, just make sure the definitions are up to date and you should no longer see this problem. If you reinstall VIPRE, it should pull down the latest definitions and you should also not have any further issues with this.