[BCAB] Alarming announcement
Ruth Gillespie Gillespie
ruthgillespie25 at gmail.com
Sat May 25 17:51:13 BST 2013
David, Roger, Roger, Mo, I am running McAfee security scan plus and
have C Cleaner also. I've had a lot of trouble lately with Kurzweil
1000 12.04 which, with the excellent help from a volunteer from IT Can
Help, has now been resolved.During this time my computer was fully
scanned and we removed some unused programmes and files as my hard
drive was becoming overloaded so I wonder, then, if it is likely to be
a virus. It was not an email, justt an announcement which I heard
whilst reading my emails, all of which are legitimate.
Thanks in the meantime
P.S. What is the purpose of an external hard drive?
On 5/25/13, Roger Woolgrove <rawoolgrove at gmail.com> wrote:
> In my opinion, I would block sender if it is a message. If it popped up
> when you opened an email, then block that sender. If it was nothing to do
> with Outlook then do not block.
> Run a virus scan of your machine. If this warning is genuine, you might
> usually expect to hear which software has spotted it. A random message that
> informs you you have many problems is unusual in that you would normally
> need to scan the system for such a number to be picked up. It maybe that
> you have an active scan running continually but I feel unlikely.
> To resolve, C Cleaner is pretty good but I might highly recommend Malware
> Bytes which is also free and has worked for me.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Ruth Gillespie Gillespie" <ruthgillespie25 at gmail.com>
> To: "BCAB Discussion List" <bcab at lists.bcab.org.uk>
> Sent: Saturday, May 25, 2013 1:31 PM
> Subject: [BCAB] Alarming announcement
>> Hi all,
>> Whilst reading my emails in gmail, I heard a message, from where I
>> don't know, telling me that there 1935 problems with my computer which
>> need fixed and to press enter to do this. What on earth does this
>> mean? Any ideas?
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