Hello, I was surfing the web when Zonealarm popped up and said there was 1 active item, JS/Petch, and said there was no treatment for it (error E0060005h), and that it was a virus, and to look on the internet for more help.
But I looked, and I think JS/Petch is spread through IRC, but I don't use IRC.
Then another site said it is something related to viewpoint manager, which I looked and it is on my computer, so I'm thinking of just removing that program and then seeing if that'll fix the problem.
This isn't the first time ZA found JS/Petch either, it showed up awhile ago, but I couldn't find the virus again, so I hoped I had just deleted it or it was just a false negative or something.
The scan result said it was found in my Temporary Internet Files, so I'm thinking of just purging that folder.
And when I scan the mentioned folder with ZA and other antiviruses, it won't show up again, so I'm even more unsure of what's going on now.
Before I do anything too drastic, does anybody have any advice, or know anything about this kind of thing for sure?
Operating System:Windows XP Home Edition
Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite