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Ms Asn1 Integer Overflow Tcp


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#1 Chrissies_CF_cards

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Posted 17 March 2007 - 09:54 AM

Help please :trumpet:

Whenever I am on the internet I get a popup showing that Norton is blocking an attempt to access my computer. :huh:

The details are MS ASN1 INTEGER OVERFLOW TCP. :huh:

Whenever Norton starts scanning, my computer shuts down, and I usually can't restart it properly until the next day. :thumbsup:

Am I the only one with this problem, I guess not, has anyone been able to sort it, and if so, how please? B)

Thank you in anticipation. :inlove:

Chrissie x :flowers:

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Posted 17 March 2007 - 10:43 AM

Have you read Symantec's "MS ASN1 Integer Overflow TCP"? Generally this type of message is generated because a remote computer is trying to access your computer. Norton is doing it's job by blocking the attempt and providing a notification alert to you.
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