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10-05-2005, 21:24:56

"File xxxxx.zip has trojan yyyyy".

<select> Clean.

"The file xxxxx.zip can not be cleaned. Please delete or quarantine"

<select> Delete

"Are you sure you want to delete xxxxx.zip ?"

<select> Yes

"The file xxxxx.zip can not be deleted."

<select> Quarantine

"The file xxxxx.zip can not be quarantined, Please clean or delete"

Arrhhh !!!!!!!!!!

10-05-2005, 21:30:16
They must've snagged some Lotus developers.


11-05-2005, 00:29:46
Can you not move the infected zip(s) to the root directory, and use DOS to delete them?

DEL *.zip

Assuming you don't have any zips you want in the root directory, of course!

11-05-2005, 07:02:46
It happens to me sometimes. When I try to move or delete a file, Windows says "sharing violation". Usually, some other program is using the file, so closing the other program will release the file. But if the shell or some other part of Windows itself is holding the file, then I usually have to log out and/or reboot before I can do anything with the file.

11-05-2005, 07:55:38
Have difficulty believing anything was using it. Unless I have a PC infection that nothing is presently detecting, using the file.

Yes. thanks. I booted into Safe Mode DOS Window prior to posting the thread, digging down to the directory and deleting the file. It's just the inability to do something at the time, plus the ludicrous messages given by the virus protection software, that got to me. Absolutely brilliant --- "We've found something but don't intend fixing it for you"

11-05-2005, 07:57:37
PS liked the Notes stuff :)

Scabrous Birdseed
11-05-2005, 18:34:10
Isn't Funko a Lotus Notes developer?

11-05-2005, 18:37:21
That Lotus Notes Sucks site is my bible.

Scabrous Birdseed
11-05-2005, 18:47:49
It's hilarious. I don't even use Lotus Notes nor do I develop interfaces, but I'm still going through the entire thing.

21-06-2006, 17:29:12