I run free AVG AV but did download the Microsoft onecare scanner. Everything was clean other that registry problems that it fixed.nOOky said:As long as you keep your computer up to date it should be fine. And if you still use XP, put Windows Defender on it even if just to do it as it kills the "Antivirus 2009" and other things that plague that OS.
Maybe the Lounge is a better place for this, unless the worm is infecting cycle computers.High Gear said:http://tech.yahoo.com/blogs/null/132464
Microsoft deep computer scanner. I'm running it now. It looks like a two hour scan.
Bastid!Leopold Porkstacker said:OMG NOOOOOO!!!!! VIRUSES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Oh yeah, I remember now, I use a Macintosh. Tell me how everything plays out, I like a good laugh.
That is not at all the case. Most experts have been saying all along that it's not going to do much today.ZoSoSwiM said:The scary part about the worm is that no one know exactly what it might do. Potentially this worm has the ability to cause more damage across the world than anything ever before. It's not a joke.. So far so good on my network and I hope it stays that way..