You could be right. When I first installed it, it was so sensitive, I couldn't even recieve email. I've worked out all the forseeable kinks, but it still may be warning me of every potential flicker it picks up. However, since others have picked something up, I hesitate to lower thing more at this point. Hopefully Hankster will read this and give us whatever advice he sees fit...even if it's just to confirm what you said. If he doesn't respond here, I'll contact him directly in a day or so.CTWLSMIKE said:I would contact hankster and see what he says. I still would guess your software is picking up a ghost or is set too sensitive, because I've never encountered anything like you are reporting.
The chance of you getting a virus from looking at a website is extremely low and it requires effort on the part of the website and dumbness by you clicking on free programs for example. Html type viruses are really overblown in my opinion.Dragnet_Supporter said:Mine says that a virus was found and stopped, and suggest closing down and running an anti-virus scan. Which I've done several times and nothing shows up as getting through the sheild. So now I just run a scan about once a week to check.
But what about when my anti-virus subscription runs out, or those who don't have any? Is there a bunch of viruses getting in here somehow? Are there measures that can be taken by administation? I know the internet is full of such things, but usually more rampant on less secure sites.