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#1 polconv


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Posted 11 April 2006 - 04:44 AM

I use XP home edition and have Norton as my antivirus software. However norton is continually disabled and has to be activated again (everyday). When running spybot search and distroy it finds "windows security center.antivirusdisblenotify" and "windows security center.firewalldisablenotify." I pressume this is what is affecting my Norton, but even when i have fixed them they seem to return.

PS I've run all the steps before the hijack this log.
Any help would be appreciated.

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Posted 11 April 2006 - 07:32 AM

Since the Detections Update from July 25, 2005, Spybot - Search & Destroy 1.4 has been detecting Security Risks (renamed to "Windows Security Center" on July 30) associated with Microsoft Security Center Registry changes. This is neither a false positive nor a bug. It is just an information.

Read here.

To ignore these, launch Spybot, go to File Menu > Mode and select Advanced mode.
Select Settings > Ignore products > All Products Tab, scroll down and place a check mark next to all entries for Windows Security Center. You can also use the Security.sbi Tab to do the same.

Other than this are you having any problems with your pc or signs of a malware infection? If not, posting a hijackthis log is not necessary. Performing the preliminary steps in the Prep Guide is good for cleaning, updating and overall security maintenance of your system.
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