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I used it once, and got a false positive on something, so never
used it again. Pretty much stuck with Malwarebytes after that.
On 9/11/2018 9:16 AM, Gene wrote:
Running Malware Bytes might find
something. Or, you might run an antiadware utility. If you
want to try it first, it would be a lot faster. Its name is
AdwCleaner. Others may have more information about it. I
believe it found a false positive when I tried it perhaps a
year ago so look carefully at the list of results.
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Sent: Tuesday, September 11, 2018 10:56 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] A security change in Chrome
you would be wise to correct
only run Microsoft’s MRT and Security Essentials.
antimalware programs do you run?
September 11, 2018 10:21 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] A
security change in Chrome you would be wise to correct
regards to Chrome,
anyone else had ads popping up when Chrome is open?
I close Chrome, I have to bring up the task manager and
close several more instances of it to keep the pop-up ads
loads itself with multiple instances for more stability,
each instance for a different process.
have gone through settings and seemingly turned off anything
related to pop-ups and notifications, and it still happens.
increasing popularity of Chrome among blind users, this
article from Kim Komando is important. The Chrome
designers are implementing a change which is very bad
for security, dumbing down the product for asthetics.
Let's hope the protests from security experts and others
cause them to remember that they are not supposed to do
harm, as part of their founding principles.