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    ampers Guest

    Default HTMLPhishbank.AVG

    I am using the Security Suite on an up to date Windows XP Pro with the latest Thunderbird email client.

    A scan result is showing this virus. Under treatment it says: "No treatment available" and under risk is says: "High".

    Under Path, the path is so long that there is no way to see where it is.

    Under the Help files there is no explanation on what I can do.

    Can anyonne help as this is urgent by the sounds of it.

    Andrew Taylor - London UK

    Operating System:Windows XP Pro
    Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite
    Software Version:

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    Default Re: HTMLPhishbank.AVG

    General idea of phishbank http://www3.ca.com/securityadvisor/v....aspx?id=39480


    Lots of phishbank info here>


    http://smartdefense.zonelabs.com/tmp....jsp?VId=38328

    and here>

    http://vic.zonelabs.com/tmpl/body/CA/virusSearch.jsp;vic-sessionid=EI62jK1Ry83UibdCGvXED1eBLQJojKoFtblTsYk2 ozIkUhj37Oc5!2139044035?VN=Phishbank&x=27&y=7

    But no phishbank. AVG info.

    Try the Ewido to help remove it>

    http://www.ewido.net/en/onlinescan/

    Oldsod
    Best regards.
    oldsod

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    ampers Guest

    Default Re: HTMLPhishbank.AVG

    My apologies, this is AVX not AVG.

    On the Zone Alarm site there are dozens of these Phishbank notes, but not yet on the AVX.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Andrew

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    Default Re: HTMLPhishbank.AVG

    What ZA detected is actually a phishing scam normally in the form of an email. This is neither a Trojan or virus which is the reason there isn't any treatment. Phishing e-mails look like they are sent from trusted sources such as banks.The e-mail may have a link to where you log into a fake site and enter some of your personal information such as username and passwords . To remove find the e-mail in question and delete. If you clicked on a link in the e-mail then you should immediately change all your passwords at your banks site.

    Message Edited by Greb49er on 11-30-2006 09:24 PM

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