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Level 7

Artemis!A3C7CB43C2F8 ?

After computer acting a bit off ran a Stinger search and it came back with this.... It says repair failed. Any idea what this problem is/How to fix it??

C:\ProgramData\7C1BB7B89.zot [MD5:a3c7cb43c2f8353ead8125c5f86c2f4f] is infected with Artemis!A3C7CB43C2F8

C:\ProgramData\7C1BB7B89.zot couldn't be repaired

Summary Report on Smart Scan

File(s)

TotalFiles:............ 8451

Clean:................. 8450

Not Scanned:........... 0

Possibly Infected:..... 1

Time: 00:00:59

Scan completed on Tuesday, January 27, 2015 23:49:5

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Hayton
Level 18

Re: Artemis!A3C7CB43C2F8 ?

Quite possibly that's a false positive - Artemis detections sometimes are.  But a file with a ".zot" extension comes from ZoneAlarm Mailsafe, and if you're running both McAfee and ZoneAlarm you'll probably have problems - see the ZoneAlarm section below from McAfee's "list of incompatible programs". Some of these are way out of date, but so is the copy of the document that I was using (it still discusses XP).

Whatever. If you've got both McAfee and ZoneAlarm, uninstall ZoneAlarm and see if the computer is behaving any better.


Zone Alarm Anti Virus 2008


Zone Alarm Internet Security 2007


Zone Alarm Security Suite 5.5


Zone Alarm with Antivirus 5.5


ZoneAlarm Anti Virus 2009


ZoneAlarm Anti-Spyware


ZoneAlarm Anti-virus


ZoneAlarm Extreme Security


ZoneAlarm Firewall


ZoneAlarm Free


ZoneAlarm Free 2012


ZoneAlarm Internet Security 2009


ZoneAlarm Internet Security 2012


ZoneAlarm Pro


ZoneAlarm Security Suite


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catdaddy
Level 20

Re: Artemis!A3C7CB43C2F8 ?

Moved to Malware Discussion > Artemis Discussion > Discussions By Moderator

Cliff
McAfee Volunteer
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