I have Windows Home Premium 7, on a Desk Top Computer, and I was running Mozilla Firefox.
I installed what I thought was a valid version of Adobe Flash Player Update, that was bundled with McAfee Security Scan Plus; which I did not want.
Before I could try and run it. My AVG Internet Security program, identified the File or Directory and Process, as being Malware. Before I delete it, could someone please verify that the following file is not valid?
What my AVG Program said:
Threat: General Behavior Detection
(It repeated this twice, once stating it was a File or Directory, and once stating it was a Process).
(The "C:\USERS\OWNER\APPDATA\LOCAL" part of the file, is where it is located on my computer).
Is this malware or not? Should I uninstall it? If it is a valid file, how do I get my AVG to recognize and accept it? Please help.
Even though the Adobe forum does not address virus and the what not, AVG from when I have used it in the past it fairly good at what it does.
My Advice would be to allow it to do its thing.
Once that is done, I would get the offline installers from the following page:
SCROLL to the bottom under 'still having problems'
There you will find the stand alone or offline installers to use.
If you want you could click on my name in here and under my website you can check out some useful utilities to ease that process again.