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#1 woodsman345

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Posted 09 October 2013 - 12:22 PM

Not sure what this is, maybe someone can tell me. I was not logged in but on this site and had to step away from the computer for a few minutes. When I returned my anti virus was on the screen blocking a download from Optimum Installers   xufcdvfb.exe.part   

Any clue as to what this is? I did not click on anything.

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Posted 09 October 2013 - 01:44 PM

Advertisements are shown on this site unless you are logged on with your forum account as a registered member. These are AdSense Google Ads which is allowed in order to defray the cost (pay the bills) of maintaining the board. Although the site owner permits ads, we have no control over them and BC does not recommend or endorse any of the advertisements. Sometimes the ads are for downloading junk registry cleaners and optimizers or other worthless applications we do not recommend. When not logged on, some folks may click the incorrect download link or unknowingly click a link which downloads or attempts to download a program they did not intend to install. Again, if you are logged in to the forum, you should not see any advertisements and that's one reason we encourage our members to sign in first.

BC does not allow popups to be displayed on the site. If one is being shown it is either a rogue advertisement or an infection on your computer.
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