not sure if these link acually work or if they will say anything more O.o:The file 'scloader2b.exe' has been determined to be 'MALWARE'. Our analysts named the threat TR/Agent.84930.A. The term "TR/" denotes a trojan horse that is able to spy out data, to violate your privacy or carry out unwanted modifications to the system.
I told you it wasn’t a virus .File ID Filename Size (Byte) Result
25294370 scloader2b.exe 82.94 KB FALSE POSITIVE
Please find a detailed report concerning each individual sample below:
Filename Result scloader2b.exe FALSE POSITIVE
The file 'scloader2b.exe' has been determined to be 'FALSE POSITIVE'. In particular this means that this file is not malicious but a false alarm. Detection will be removed from our virus definition file (VDF) with one of the next updates.
I feel the need to report (yet again) that when running Norton, Avast, and > most recently< Avira, I've gotten infections. And, with Avira, a reformat was required.It's very sad that some people still feel this way about the horrible AVG8
Proven is sort of a subjective term, which can, in stressful times, give rise to the counter question, "to who"?As I've proven this well over 100 times, you're just going to have to trust me on this one.
With martyrdom comes rewards in paradise.By the way this is about 6th thread we've had on the horrible AVG8, on all threads AVG8 came out to be the worst. No doubt I'll have to quote them all under debate (even though a waste of time)
This should be a slam dunk, since I thought it was you who forced it's removal.
Well, the infections that Avira has allowed into my machine have been obvious, even to a dullard such as myself. Whereas, all the infections that AVG has let in, you feel I'm too stupid to know about. So, riddled with infections as it my be, bad motherboard and all, my Emachine boots up and runs perfectly. Ignorance is bliss.If you've been using AVG8 for a while (over a month or more) Then you are highly likely infected. As they are both free, uninstall it, run the removal tool (get this - uninstall won't completely remove it! ) And install Avira and do a full scan. Best to get rid of the Viruses, don't you think
No, I press "no"?As for Spybots with allow or disallow, very bad idea for users to quote this, most usually just press allow, who knows what the file or program is that wants to connect.
Here, I'm speechless! Maybe not quite. But I believe both you and Tw0rld have extolled the virtues of IE vigorously. So, to someone who refuses to use IE, (unless absolutely necessary), this comes as either a revelation or an admission of hypocrisy. My always sunny disposition is extolling me to say, "welcome aboard". The "cranky angel" on my left shoulder however, wants me to inform you otherwise. Perhaps, "big deal, it's about time, or maybe "stop preaching to the choir". The simple fact is I've been using it for years, and without permission.
Well yeah, I'm on board here :wave:Oh )) and stay away from Internet Security packages, total waste of downloads and money)
Here, one of the uninformed such as myself, might draw the erroneous conclusion that Firefox is partly responsible for the improvement with Avira and that IE was partly responsible for the failure of AVG.I changed to Firefox just as I lost the respect for AVG
Wow, now that has me stumped on so many levels.Let it be known from this day forward, everything I say comes from me (Strange I know)
Yes I respect thatWe obviously disagree here, I'm good with that. For the record though, despite my reputation, please take note. I didn't feel it necessary to try and shout you down with red bold type, capital letters, equal signs, underlining, and arrows (also red).
Right, you just felt the need for everyone to know you think I'm wrong. Sadly there are consequences, even when using a non lethal weapon such as altruism.Yes I respect that
The bold and red etc were actually for others quickly viewing, to catch their eye as it were
So, I guess that means than you still haven't grasped the correlation between using FF and safer browsing, and you're still choosing the let all the credit reside with Avira.Oh and I put Firefox and AVG in the same sentence only because of this thread (about AVG)
I've been aware of that for quite some time. Were you aware that repetition is a principle form of propaganda?IE obviously is still required (and used) for Windows updates (and minor other things)
I actually dated a cheerleader, she had muscles in places that even the snake never told Eve about. And those pompoms! My goodness what she could do with those pompoms, and what I briefly considered telling you what to do with yours. :evil: :haha:Go Avira, he's our man, if he can't do it, no one can :grinthumb