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  • this message was directed grk.
  • This mirrors my experience exactly accept that I wasn't watching the screen long enough with F-Secure to see it resolve so assumed it hadn't. When I did the same thing when ESET was the provider listed it also did the original cursor continuing to rotate thing while my clicking on the link did nothing. But the original…
  • grk, your experience was exactly the same as mine. I wasn't successful until the available scanners on FB changed to ESET. Which as you can see from my earlier post worked fine when I let it run itself rather than clicking on the link. I have had no trouble with either my computer or FB since.
  • @mbridgham wrote: I'm now thinking that I didn't use the link correctly yesterday - because the instructions turn out to be woefully vague and misleading. Today the scanner of choice was ESET so I decided to try again. At first I had the same experience as with F-Secure. I would download the scanner but it wouldn't open.…
  • I'm now thinking that I didn't use the link correctly yesterday - because the instructions turn out to be woefully vague and misleading. Today the scanner of choice was ESET so I decided to try again. At first I had the same experience as with F-Secure. I would download the scanner but it wouldn't open. then I noticed that…
  • Well, I just downloaded the F-Secure Scanner program that was suggestedin this message thread and it worked fine and found no problems. So now I don't know what to do about Facebook.
  • I, too, started getting this Facebook message this week. They appear to cycle through several on-line scanners from Kasperksy, ESET and today it was F-Secure On-Line Scanner. I've been researching this all week and decided it was legitimate. So I downloaded the F-Secure scanner as instructed but it will not run. I've tried…