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Do you get virus warnings from this site?

Often when I come to PersonaPaper, I get a pop-up warning from my Avast anti-virus program to tell me that a threat has been averted. Sometimes I get this several times in a row when I go from one page to another. Has anyone else had anything like this?

My main desktop PC has got some nasty infection which we haven’t managed to sort out yet. It runs very very slowly and task manager shows that something is using up a huge amount of memory even when I have no other programs open, but we’ve tried several anti-virus scans and none have shown anything up, which makes it difficult of get rid of whatever it is. And since the problems first began not long after I joined PP, I still keep getting the warnings of threats that are caught, and I don’t really visit many other unusual sites, it is making me wonder whether this could have been the source of an infection that slipped through the net. Has anyone else had this experience and did you get an unidentifiable problem? If so how did you cure it?

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maxeen wrote on April 11, 2015, 8:29 AM

No never had any problem on this site,hope someone knows how to advise you.

peachpurple wrote on April 11, 2015, 9:18 AM

i got virus message when I use my cellphone. But if I use laptop, no pop ups

wolfgirl569 wrote on April 11, 2015, 9:27 AM

I have never gotten a virus warning here. Hope you find the problem soon

Kasman wrote on April 11, 2015, 9:46 AM

I have never had a virus warning from Persona Paper so it looks like you've picked it up somewhere else.

LeaPea2417 wrote on April 11, 2015, 11:48 AM

No, that has never happened to me before and I hope it never does.

rosepetal wrote on April 11, 2015, 12:05 PM

You may have malware on your computer. Go to CNET and get malwarebyte anti-malware. They have the free and paid version. However, they will give you a free trial of the paid version which you cant later state to go with the free. This should help you clear out a lot if not all of the malware.