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AVG finds Java virus

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Basically, I'm using AVG anti virus, have just run a complete c: scan and it has found a load of viruses in the c:...sun\java folders of my pc.

What the [bleep] are they ? Surely Java shouldnt have any viruses !!!!

Anyone got any ideas ?
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It sounds like the virus is living in the Java folder. YOu will have to manualy delete them. Do a search on their names and find out if there is a tool made especially for deleting them.

I have manualy deleted many viruses. AVG is giving you the address of those suckers, go get em!!
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