Roland123456

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jul 4, 2011
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Hello
I would really need some help on this issue. Today I got a message from the Eset Cybersecurity that my computer contains the html scrinject.b.gen virus. I put in quarantine, deleted the file through eset and scanning my mac in the moment. I would like to ask you if I should delete the file from the quarantine or what should I do with it??? This is my first experience with something like this on a mac.
Thanks for your response in advance.
 
Nov 28, 2010
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It's Windows malware.

Mac Virus/Malware Info by GGJstudios
There are currently no viruses for Mac OS X in public circulation, only a handful of trojans and other malware, which have to be installed manually via entering the administrator password.
The only anti-virus you need to protect your Mac is education and common sense.

And one thread per issue is enough.
 

Roland123456

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jul 4, 2011
9
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Yes, I'm reading it ... Thanks for your help and I apologize for making such panic from this. I just hate these things and care about my mac :) Thanks for everything again :)
 

GollumBoy

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Jan 31, 2010
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Chesterfield, UK
Bringing topic back alive just received the same virus alert. Attached a picture.

Running on Windows at the moment.
 

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