Accidentaly opened I-Bagle - and then opened virus vault ??

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by Morph, Jan 31, 2005.

  1. Morph

    Morph Guest

    AVG detected the Bagle , in an attachment from an email, i rather stupidly
    clicked open..Anyway, it stopped it and sent it to the AVG-Virus-Vault.
    I deleted this from the VAULT. Was this a wise thing to do, or am i meant to
    leave infectons there ??
    I have since,run scans, and nottin' has turned up, so maybe i got away with
    this 1.. but for future ref.'s ... what do i do with infected files that go
    to the Vault ??
    Thanks - All the Best - Morph
     
    Morph, Jan 31, 2005
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  2. Morph

    HF Guest

    Of course you can delete it. The whole object of AV is too get rid of
    stuff.Delete anything in there or keep them if you like - it DOESNT matter.
    "Morph" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > AVG detected the Bagle , in an attachment from an email, i rather stupidly
    > clicked open..Anyway, it stopped it and sent it to the AVG-Virus-Vault.
    > I deleted this from the VAULT. Was this a wise thing to do, or am i meant

    to
    > leave infectons there ??
    > I have since,run scans, and nottin' has turned up, so maybe i got away

    with
    > this 1.. but for future ref.'s ... what do i do with infected files that

    go
    > to the Vault ??
    > Thanks - All the Best - Morph
    >
     
    HF, Feb 1, 2005
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  3. Morph

    Plato Guest

    Morph wrote:
    >
    > AVG detected the Bagle , in an attachment from an email, i rather stupidly
    > clicked open..Anyway, it stopped it and sent it to the AVG-Virus-Vault.
    > I deleted this from the VAULT. Was this a wise thing to do, or am i meant to
    > leave infectons there ??


    I'd just delete the virus when found rather then take the chance of
    sending anywhere but to hell.
     
    Plato, Feb 1, 2005
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