I've now gotten the Internet Security 2013 virus twice. It was MrSEC.com both times, by the way, and even if I try to avoid the site, a lot of reputable sports sites link there. The last one was on a link off the USA Today sports home page!
I have my home computer locked down with Spyware Blaster and scan with Malware Bytes and I know I've been to MrSEC.com accidently since they've been infected without any problem. So something that I have configured at home (probably by Spyware Blaster) blocks it.
The problem I have is that my company doesn't give me admin rights or let me install software so I can't run Spyware Blaster on my work computer. Yes, coming in through a basic user account, the Trojan rogue can break things, but the internet settings are locked such that I can't get in to block it.
I was wondering if anyone knew what setting Spyware Blaster changes to block it because I could temporarily request an "admin login" that would let me change them but not install a SW package.
Now, before you lock the thread because you misread it thinking that I'm asking for help getting around my company's security, I'm not. The company WILL let me have temporary admin rights to make settings changes. They will NOT let me install an unvalidated application. So what I'm asking is" What is the setting that Spyware Blaster is using to block Internet Security 2013?" so that I can ask for the admin rights and make the change manually.
Edited by Rydyn, 10 May 2013 - 08:16 PM.