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Post  fredvon4 on Fri Jul 28, 2017 10:40 am

I have a paid for AVG internet suite of fire wall and anti virus programs that goes nutz these days when I post anything in a CEF thread

AVG Tells me I COULD be infested with JS/Psyme from Https:cdn.funcaptcha........yadda yadda yadda and that it AVG secured or resolved the problem..... so I let it do this and nothing about my system seems to be funky

Cursorily google search suggest it is a feature of some forum softwares and IMO seem rather benign

Just an observation...no action needed on my behalf


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Post  Marleysky on Fri Jul 28, 2017 2:34 pm

Just my (sarcastic) opinion, with a grin:
You paid for anti virus.....they create and deploy a harmless bug the software detected and destroyed....helps make you think it was worth the price. "You are virus free!"

Does it let you know if you've been hacked by the Russians?

I let my cat out at 3am the other morning. My HP tower was just chugging and whirring away! Something was using 100%of my CPU and 45-60% of available memory!! Although I thought I had set windows up to notify me of available updates, Windows decided it needed to update all by itself. Grrrr..
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