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How To Get Rid Of Virus?

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#1 wheels113


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Posted 10 March 2006 - 12:33 PM

i use avg and i scanned and it told me i have 6 infected files i am new to all the conputer stuff and was wondering if someone had some time if they could tell me how to get rid of it thanks wheels

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Posted 10 March 2006 - 12:37 PM

Hi wheels113

Click Start | Settings | Control Panel
Click the Java Plugin Icon
Click the Cache tab
Click the Clear button and click OK to confirm
Note: Please repeat this procedure for each "Java Plugin" button in your Control Panel.


Control Panel > Java > General tab
Temporary Internet Files > Delete Files
Checkmark all 3 options and click OK.

Let me know if that removes them...

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Posted 10 March 2006 - 04:55 PM

AVG lists these as potential security problems; they are not, in themselves, viruses. Deleting them from the Java cache will eliminate the problem if you follow D-Trojanator's instructions.
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Posted 10 March 2006 - 06:53 PM

This is actually a method to exploit a security vulnerability in the Microsoft Virtual Machine that is stored in the java cache as a java-applet. The vulnerability arises as the ByteCode verifier in the Microsoft VM does not correctly check for the presence of certain malformed code when a java-applet is loaded. Attackers can exploit the vulnerability by creating malicious Java applets and inserting them into web pages.
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