spybott

  Cesare 07:45 08 May 07
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Spybott always finds the folowing as malware and I do not dare delete them:-
Microsoft windowsSecurityCentre.Firewalloverride and Microsoft.Security.InternetExplorer.
Spybot says, 'Registry Change'
Has anyone experienced this please ?

check your anti virus database is up to date ad run a full scan

what other antispware programs have you got?

try
click here update and scan

and
click here

it could be a false positive but best to do scans to make sure.

  Cesare 09:02 08 May 07

Sorry for delay in answering but I could not get in PCA for some unknown reason.
I uninstalled my Spybott and downloaded and installed the latest one. Same results occured. Now I read the info from SpybotSandra and I will do as she says. I have Windows Defender, AVG free, Spywareblaster and AdawareS & D. Nothing found except the usual cookies.

  Cesare 09:26 08 May 07

The advice by the Spybot team Sandra does not work because when I r/clk each item in turn I do not get the word,'exclude this detection from future scans', highlighted, so it does not function.

  VCR97 18:48 08 May 07
  Cesare 08:56 09 May 07

VCR97....This is exactly like what THE RAVEN gave me earlier on. I cannot follow these instructions because the required words are not highlighted unfortunately, but THANKS just the same. I have put my thread on the Spybot forum now and awaiting some sort of reply.

  Lotte 16:03 09 May 07

You need to expand the warning by clicking the + sign. Then when you right click you can get to the ignore option.

  Cesare 17:18 09 May 07

Thanks Lotte; I tried as you said but it was still not highlighted BUT I changed Spybot to Advanced mode, went on Settings and ticked (in the malware list) all the Microsoft Security entries listed to exclude their detection.

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