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Server task 'DefaultAvertAlerts' failed

Anyone have any idea what causes this or how to fix it?
I repeatedly get:
31/01/2007 2:30:00 PM Executing server task 'DefaultAvertAlerts'
31/01/2007 2:30:04 PM Server task 'DefaultAvertAlerts' failed

And on the main page in Protection Pilot (1.1.1) I have "Security Threats" Last Updated: Failed

I'm guessing the 2 are related. I have no proxy, and the machine has direct, unhindered connection to the internet. Every other function works fine.

Any ideas? Thanks in advance!
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RE: Server task 'DefaultAvertAlerts' failed

no one? Found another thread on here saying he found it fixed in 1.5's beta, but surely this isnt a fault in 1.1.1 thats unfixable?
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