This popped up and McAfee said it was repaired and removed. I did a full scan and it came up 0 threats. downloaded Trend Micro Housecall , did scan came up clean, Also scanned with Malwarebytes and Superantispyware came up clean.Am I ok? I ask this because in McAfee log viewe it says Detection Name:Generic PWS.y!cee File: C:\hp\recovery\wizard\fscommand\ApprecoveryLink_ret.exe Process:C:\Program Files\Superantispyware\\Superantispyware.exe Process decriptionuperantispyware Application. I also have the same result but substitute Malwarebytes for Superantispyware. I turned off restore point application , restarted computer and did a full scan came up 0 threats. Am I all set or do I need to uninstall Superantispyware and Malwarebytes and reinstall? I also scanned with Spybot and came up clean.I later did a scan with A squared and Spy.Win32.Agent came up I removed it. It was in that same wizard/recovery.Message was edited by: hitmehhh on 3/25/10 7:50:14 AM CDT
Sorry I don't know how to insert a link on this site, it's the first time I've used it.
However if you check out the HP Support Forum, the consensus seems to that PWS.y!cee is a false positive and removal will affect the HP restore programs.