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I have McAfee security, all of a sudden(about 3days ago) Norton is scanning my email attachments

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Well this could be good because some of those attatchments have viruses in them.

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Hotmail has been compromised


Open that strange attachment in your Hotmail email and your computer may be infected with a virus, a nasty piece of software that may corrupt your computer data, delete files or send your personal information to a hacker. Employ a combination of proactive protection measures and post-virus removal techniques to guard your computer against any viruses hiding in your Hotmail Inbox.

Avoid opening emails from suspicious sources or with unrecognizable text in the "From" or "Subject" headings. And never open attachments that you are not expecting, even if they appear to be from a friend, without first confirming it with the sender to ensure that it is a legitimate attachment. Check the top of the Hotmail page when opening an attachment. MSN Hotmail employs a free virus scanner that scans all attachments when you try to open them. If you try to open an attachment with a Hotmail virus, the website will alert you to the danger. Press "Delete" immediately. Click "Deleted" in the left column of Hotmail after deleting a virus-ridden email. A page showing your deleted emails will appear. Push the "Empty" button at the top of the page to permanently remove all of your deleted emails to prevent accidentally moving the virus back into your Inbox. Run a virus scan on your computer system if you open a strange attachment and suspect that a virus got through the Hotmail scanner. The scanner will identify and remove the virus if it has infected your machine. Virus scanning software is available at a cost from Norton and McAfee, while free alternatives can be downloaded from Avast and AVG. Consult your user manual for scanning procedures, as these vary widely by program. Rather than paying for an antivirus
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HI DEAR, I AM TRYING TO GET INTO MY YAHOO MAIL, THERE IS A MESSAGE PREVENTS ME AND TELLS(TO PROTECT YOUR SECURITY, INTERNET EXPLORER HAS BLOCKED THIS WEBSITE FROM DISPLAYING CONTENT WITH SECURITY...


Please make sure Javascript is enabled, then look for the following settings in your browser:

• Browser add-ons or extensions that block pop-ups or Javascript
• Security software such as Norton or McAfee, or other virus scanning software
• Other 3rd party web-assistance applications such as toolbars or firewall packages that block pop-ups

To locate 3rd party applications that may be causing conflicts:

1. Click the Start menu in Windows
2. Click on Programs
3. Look for above types of applications (McAfee, Norton, Symantec, ZoneAlarm, etc.)

If you are unsure as to how to disable the security software, please contact the manufacturer of the applications you have installed on your computer.

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I don't know how the problem was fixed, perhaps after performing 2 complete scans on my laptop. I can now open email attachments. Thank you anyway.

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- Check if there any error? please post it, If you dont have any error.
- Check windows service pack,
- How to check - right click on my computer, go to properties ,under general if the windows service pack is sp2 run windows update and have the system download and install sp3.
- If vista check if it is windows vista sp1, If not download and install it.
-If this will not resolve issue check firewall setting under your windows security like mcafee or norton - Check email setting configuration.

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got backup for that computer?

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