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5249 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Jun 24, 2008 3:56 PM by Re Ferlin
Of what exactly did the report warn? It's possible, for instance, to have files stored on your Mac that contain Windows exploits; any decent AV program (such as the free ClamXav) will flag such files so you can avoid forwarding them to Windows users.eMac 700MHz, Mac OS X (10.4.11), 640MB RAM ABS Snow LaCie D2 HD; AL iMac 10.4.11 2 GB RAM; LaCie D2 DVD-RW
I would not let Avast delete any files unless you know exactly what those files are. Can you post a few of the file names so we have some idea if it might be safe to delete those files?
Grant1.5GHz PB, 733MHz Quicksilver as a remote backup server,, Mac OS X (10.4.3), 15gig 3G iPod, 40gig 4G iPod
Hello everybody, I have the same problem...I dont know how to do with the warnings that avast found.
In my case, was 517 warnings and some the types are - as example:
file name: 0000000000000ab/scan result: err13/part of package: does not belong to any package
file name: bootroot.loader.dmg/scan result: err42110/part of package: mediakit.framework
file name: uk cartoon network.tif/scan result: err42506/part of package: SlingPlayer.app
file name" localhost/scan result: err60/part of package: does not belong to any package
And a lot of others... Many tks for help!
RenataMac Book, Mac OS X (10.5.3)