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Old 06-30-2008, 08:57 AM   #21
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Exclamation Re: Please avoid downloading Anti-Virus 2008.

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I want to add a few things to this. If you see an ad like this, don't even click the "cancel" button that is on the pop-up. My mom did this once, and it started downloading. As I looked closer at the ad, it said "click any button to continue. Your best bet is to hit alt+F4. This closes the window you are looking at. Sometimes these even look like they are Windows telling you that you have a virus, but windows will not tell you that you are infected, from what I have heard.
Excellent info regarding the proper way to close a pop up window! Not many people are aware that by even clicking anywhere in the window they're inadvertently activating a download. I've been using the alt + F4 method of closing pop-ups for months now and it's so good of you to pass this info on to others!
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Old 06-30-2008, 01:52 PM   #22
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Default Re: Please avoid downloading Anti-Virus 2008.

i use norton anti virus, it is awesum, but it scans everytime there is a tracking cookie, ooh also, i accedently went on a virus site with a malicious code, scared me half to death and it protected my comp. Also you can search youtube to see what a virus looks like on your computer and stuff This is really good info! you rock!
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