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Last updated 20/08/2006

Highly critical security vulnerability -

Symantec info here


Norton now acknowledge that autoprotection of email is not necessary.  As taken from their support site:


"..If you disable email protection, is your computer still safe from email viruses?

Disabling email protection does not leave you vulnerable to viruses and malicious software in email. It is a separate layer of protection in addition to Auto-Protect. Auto-Protect scans any incoming files, including email, as they are saved to your hard drive. As long as you keep your virus definitions up to date with LiveUpdate, and keep Auto-Protect enabled and set to scan files as they are created or downloaded, your system is fully protected."


IEXPLORE caused an invalid page fault in SCRBLOCK.DLL

Disable script blocking

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