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Stisfa

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  1. Updated KIS 2010 and ran a full scan; clean just like previously. Updated to MBAM Database Version 6400, scanned "cdbxpp.exe" specifically and got a clean slate. Performed a full scan and got clean results across the board. Thanks a bunch!
  2. Ok, so I'm not the only one with the same error; so I guess I'm being overly paranoid about the possible "Drive-By Download" from xivee.com? I know MBAM support isn't really meant to address this kind of issue, but if anybody has any personal experience they'd like to share, I'd really appreciate it. Sorry, it's just that I've never been infected on my personal box, especially since I take extra care to make sure I'm secure. Well, there's that and the fact that Andy Grove has helped to fortify my pessimistic imagination =P.
  3. Hello, First time poster, so I'm not entirely familiar with the MBAM culture, so please forgive me if I'm making a mistake here (I'm sleep deprived right now, as it's ~2 AM where I'm at). 2011-04-07, I ran a full MBAM scan and had nothing infected. Yesterday (really, all but a few hours ago), I ran MBAM and had cdbxpp.exe flagged as infected. Now there are two variables I'm having to consider: I Updated MBAM Prior to Running the Scan I Went to ubuntugeek.com The first is self-explanatory, but the second is where I'm concerned. Here are two links that have me disconcerted. The second one was
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