what should I do if my ie or firefox is prevented by a virus from accessing the online virus scan?
i suspect that there is a virus in my PC that blocks access to online virus scan
Try getting rid of that virus first.Try Avast!. In my experience, Avast! scans thoroughly for viruses.
by Thomas Swan 4 years ago
I recently installed Avast anti-virus free edition. It puts little icons next to google search results to tell you if the site is safe or not. It seems that every hubpages link in search results has a yellow marker saying "This site has a bad reputation". Seeing as Avast is one of the...
by Lily Rose 8 years ago
For the past 5 or 6 hours I have been dealing with some fraud and identity theft that I discovered and I'm now really weary of my online security; I hope some HP "techies" can help... I use the Windows 7 built-in firewall and I use the free version of Avast for antivirus. ...
by ngureco 6 years ago
Which is Better, AVG or Avast Anti-Virus?
by Lisa HW 8 years ago
Not long ago my security software ran out, and I wasn't sure which one I wanted to go with. While I was deciding a friend recommended at least installing MalWarebytes (which is free) in the meantime. Sorry for the length of this, but I have a weird mess on my hands. Yesterday morning I...
by Imogen French 4 years ago
I was doing a search on Google today to see if any of my hubs came up. One of mine came up about half way down the first page, which was fine, but my anti-virus software "Avast" had put a yellow flag next to it, saying "This site has a bad reputation". All the other things on...
by Helen Murphy Howell 6 years ago
Free Anti-virus software?Does free anti-virus software give good enough protection as opposed to the expensive ones you can buy?
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