I tried to re-install McAfee following an apparent virus infection and got a warning asking if I wanted to run Sasetup184.108.40.206.exe. Does anyone know if Is this a legitimate McAfee file?
While Sasetup220.127.116.11.exe should refer to McAfee SiteAdvisor, without knowing what program you are reinstalling, it is impossible to exclude the possibility something else is active.
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Unfortunately when the viruses hit, it first appeared on my MS Security Center and listed a number of viruses. In my panic I did not write them down - sorry.
As I attemtped to use McAfee to resolve the situation, McAfee at one point suggested that I re-install their software. That is where I received the message previously mentioned. As to which program I was attempting to install, I believe it was the package that contains the following:
Background (offered for what it's worth) - the site I was on that began this mess was one that has several photos, one of which was titled something like "photos Disney doesn't want you to see." The photo that I clicked was one of what appeared to be Snow White being led away by a police officer. Once I clicked on the picture, the next photo that appeared was of two women with cutout t-shirts, exposing their breasts, but decorated as Disney characters that covered their (sorry for the technicals) nipples and aerolae. Certainly not what I was expecting. That's when the MS Security Center popped up with all the viruses.
I know this may not be enough, but I am very concerned that my PC in still infected. I did restore my PC to a point on the day before this event, but I don't know if this would have eliminated the viruses.
Any insight is greatly appreciated.
Moved to Malware Discussions > Home User Assistance for further attention.
Try right-clicking thet taskbar McAfee icon and updating.
Boot into Safe Mode with Networking by tapping F8 while booting up and go to Computer (My Computer in XP) right-click the hard drive and select scan.
See if any malware is discovered.
If not try the solutions outlined in this document: http://community.mcafee.com/docs/DOC-1294Message was edited by: Ex_Brit on 30/04/10 3:24:28 EDT PM
I forgot to add that sas is that particular version: