I downloaded and installed SpyBot 1.4 on the two computers at work, an XP machine and a Windows 2000 machine. Both machines also have Microsoft Anti-Virus on them. Now, on both machines, when I clicked "Immunize" for the first time, all of a sudden it flagged the MS Anti-Virus and it asked me if I wanted to allow the website www.139mm.com (don't click on the link, for all I know, the site itself has spyware on it) to be added to my "safe list". I blocked it and then looked at it in the listing in the MS Anti-Virus and it showed it as a registry value that wanted to be added, I believe. What's up with that? The website looks like a foreign site with a bunch of links on it -- why would SpyBot want to add a registry value for it and allow it as "safe" as part of Immunizing?
(I googled the site and only one entry came up in a foreign language -- I went to the chached version and it just looked like a junk site, but I'm also worried that by going to that, I allowed other crap to download or something...)
I am also concerned about my home machine, as it's a Windows 98SE machine (so I don't have MS Anti-Virus on it), so for all I know, that registry value for that site has been added without my knowing.
Any thoughts or help would be greatly appreciated! This has got me concerned. Thanks!
Edited by bloomcounty, 06 June 2005 - 06:54 PM.