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trulyblssd

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I just ran a Antivirus on my computer (Command Antivirus) and the error code that I received is E3846B5Cd01/could be and archive bomb/infected. What is this and how can I get rid of it? Thanks so much in advance.
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Everything I came up with for E3846B5Cd01 is that it is in the Firefox Profile folder and does not appear to be an error code.

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Thanks so much!
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You're welcome. Don't know whether you can go to the Antivirus manufacturer's site and provide feedback about this being tagged. Could be a false positive by the one program you're using. I would recommend DLing ClamWin, AVG or Avast and make more then one scan with more than one program. An online scan at McAfee's or TrendMicro's site wouldn't hurt either. Just time consuming for online scans.

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