posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 10:33 PM
Tenth is correct in both instances.
I would also recommend going to filehippo.com, and downloading Ccleaner. Be sure to untick the addon boxes when installing, and tell it no on scanning
for cookies to keep. Run the cleaner. click yes, and it will clean out all the junk files you've collected for who knows how long.
Superantispyware will also run through the full scan faster after using Ccleaner as well.
Also, I would suggest switching from Avast to Microsoft Security Essentials. That should solve your false positive problem. In addition, it's a decent
little A/V program that is simple to use.
Also, cleaning out the Java cache regularly will lessen the likelihood of exploits. The above Ccleaner will do that, but you have to tick the box on
it said that it blocked a java exploit then it had an IP number and a bunch of other info about it.
It is possible you already had an exploit on your computer, and it's now popping up on ATS, but didn't come from ATS. This happens a lot. SAS and
Ccleaner together will hopefully take care of it.
edit on 10/5/2013 by Klassified because: edit