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While working on other materials for Geek U, I wanted to keep this topic separate from the course work pages. I have two computers on a wireless network. Now I am at the one running Windows 7, but the one that runs XP-Pro has Avira, which found some weeks ago a code which I quarantined, JAVA/Exdoer.BE.2. No one replied to my postings on McAfee's and Mozilla Firefox's forums. The XP-Pro computer is not up yet; but later I can run and obtain logs as required. Avira may be a good anti-virus; however, only they identify many of the things they find as malicious. Should I take any steps to rid that computer of JAVA/Exdoer.BE.2? Hopefully, I will obtain a more timely response from this web site.
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