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11-18-2009 @ 3:50PM
I had McAfee, fully updated, as well as an anti-malware program, Spybot. The trojan still got through (sorry, I should have said trojan in the first place, not virus). I understand that I can run websites without scripts, but I assumed wowhead.com was trusted enough that I didn't need to. I was wrong. If the problem has been fixed, I'll be happy. Until I hear from a reliable source that the issue has been corrected, I'll stay away from the site.
11-18-2009 @ 3:57PM
If you are a PC user get Microsoft Security Essentials. It will find and remove many of the trojans, rootkits, viruses that most anti-virus programs miss. It also runs just fine with other av programs. I run avast! and this together and it is boss mert.
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