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#1 Boss_351

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Posted 03 February 2007 - 12:39 PM

When I went to shut down my PC last night I had a popup dialog box on the screen stating that SAService.exe had detected an error and it was creating an error log. The disturbing thing was that this popup kept creating window after window on the bottom of my monitor. After eliminating all of the open windows I was fianlly able to shut down the PC. Upon booting up this morning the same situation is happening all over again. What has happened to my PC? Running Win2K with McAfee virus package on a 1.8 Ghz Dell with .5Gb of RAM. :thumbsup: :flowers:

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Posted 03 February 2007 - 01:49 PM

SiteAdvisor from McAfee and Still Secure both use this file name. Still Secure is Network access control.

C:\Program Files\StillSecure\Safe Access Agent\SAService.exe

Can you tell if Mcafee is giving the warning or do you recognize Still Secure?
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