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Precious

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  1. Precious

    rogue antivirus

    desertdog: I have, what is probably, the worst "infection" from this Rogue.SecurityEssentials2010 (SE2010). Even my O/S is useless in some ways. I have lost FireFox (will not reinstall), on-line banking, SASPro (when I attempted to reinstall, I lost the entire security vault log, and it will not reinstall), Avast (was able to reinstall), some photo software (that will not reinstall), MacroMedia Flash Player, and some things I will not post here. I cannot System Restore, because the restore point has been limited to only 1 or 2 days previous - that won't get me back to 082710. So... ...Try this link: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/virus-removal/remove-security-essentials-2010 The instructions seem to be extremely fine-tuned. I found the link on cnet.com's security forum. I am waiting to hear from the Topic Moderator, before I try all that are recommended. SAS' Customer Service tried but did not seem to understand the extent to which my computer is "infected", and therefore, their suggestions became ever more bizarre. The best to you.
  2. In the forums, would you please consider enabling a user to receive an email message when there is a forum reply? The email should contain a link, so one does not have to go searching for the forum reply. It would certainly save wear and tear on the memory - remembering to log back in to see if there are any replies. Many thanks for your consideration.
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    Adware.CouponBar.202

    Sorry - having to remember to go back to see if there is a reply is really counter-productive. (Maybe I should post a suggestion in the Suggestion forum??) I found out from another site that the item is Adware. It took me 2 days to completely rid the computer of the mess. The company's coupon printer software is used on many sites for printing coupons. Unfortunately, the company does not adhere to its EULA. If you go to cnet.com and search the forums, you should find the article to which I was directed. Thanks, again.
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    Adware.CouponBar.202

    I have received message from SAS Pro indicating the above was detected. Company: Coupons, Inc. Processes: cpnprt2.cid Level: 5 The software is to enable printing of coupons. Does anyone know if this is a false positive? Should I quarantine it until needed again? Or dump it? Thanks for any help.
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