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jf33

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  1. I perform a full system scan every week with Superantispyware and normally the only thing it finds are adware tracking cookies, which I then remove. However on my last scan 2 other things were found. Firstly, Superantispyware found several Adware.Flash tracking cookies. I have quarantined them, but am wondering if these items are dangerous, or are they similar to regular adware tracking cookies? Now that they are quarantined is my computer safe from the treat of these? Secondly, the other item found was 'Disabled Security Centre Option'. The extra detail of this stated as follows: '2 Registry Keys'. 'HKLM/Software/MicrosoftSecurityCenter/AntiVirusDisableNotify'. I have absolutely no idea what this is and am concerned that my computer is infected. The item is unchecked in the scan so is not placed in quarantine, and therefore shows up as a found item in every subsequent scan. Is this item dangerous? Can I remove it via the quarantine process or will compromise my computer and its security? Or is the item not dangerous and can simply be left alone? I would be grateful if you could answer both of the above questions as soon as possible as I am concerned about my computers security.
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