*** Very nasty Computer VIRUS***
I had it for 3 days, and although I was safe on locked sites such as FB, it wreaketd holy friggin havoc when I was on the "open 'net." Things I learned were this. Dont let anything Adobe automatically update. ONLY use software home sites for downloads, NEVER third party sites. Blah blah blah. I carry a thumbdrive, and that was handy, because I had to have a friend download Malware Bytes, AdwCleaner, and I also used a friends copy of Vipre.Running off the thumb drive was essential, because I couldnt dl anything. Avg didn't see it, somehow windows defender was rendered off. After all three programs ran their scans and disposal, I still had to reset browsers. Chromium is a very nasty entity, and I have yet been able to remove it as it shows to be "unavailable" when I try to delete it in Add/Remove Programs. Everything I have read tells me it returns. l have my fingers crossed. It made its way to a zillion dll files, and it was not able to be removed from the programs setting, showing "unavailable"; but after the second day, it no longer even appeared. devious is what comes to mind. I am now running Vipre antivirus, but I don't really trust it because it didn't see the problem I had, actually AdwCleaner did the best job. That being said, I am going to try to find a better anti-virus. Tell me your favorite.
White Pelicans and friends by dewingedangel, on Flickr
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Capybara's are vicious and should not be let alone with small children. In-laws are another matter.............