everytime I run a scheduled scan yjere are a large number of viruses found. Double clicking the history item reveals they all reside in the fsecure Aquarius folder. they only seem to activate during/after a scan; I have emailed support but after over a week have had no response. Getting really concerned...can anyone please tell me what is happening here?
ok, it's an attachment type that you can't save to disk. It's either a reference, embedded item or an OLE object. Here's a quick fix.
In the code, replace the yellow line from your screenshot with these lines:
On Error Resume Next filename = Replace(folderpath, "\", "-") & " " & email.Subject & " - " & attachment.filename If Err.Number <> 0 Then filename = Replace(folderpath, "\", "-") & " " & email.Subject & Chr(10) & Chr(10) _ & "Unhandled Attachment: " & attachment.DisplayName & Chr(10) _ & "Type: " & attachment.Type MsgBox filename, vbExclamation Err = 0 On Error GoTo 0 Exit Sub End If On Error GoTo 0
Now hopefully this error won't stop the code anymore, and give you a msgbox about which email the non-file attachment is in so you try investigate in manually if you want. Or simply drag-and-drop the email to windows explorer and scan it.
Note: You can't edit the code while it's running.
Most are blocked, some removed...others none? I feel really concerned here! Why are all of these generated within the F-Secure folder suite? What exactly is this "Aquarius"? and could I delete the folder....as you may gather I am not particularly knowlagable in these matters...should I begin to consider wiping my PC? All of this seems to have eminated from viruses found in my PST files that, because of their size I have been unable to isolate which email is responsible. I continue to use the PC-am I in any danger to do so???
Yes, Aquarius is a database for malware signatures, it's part of the core F-Secure product and receives updates on a daily basis:
Until you get some more help I suggest you do a scan with this free tool:
I'll get back with instructions on how to check PST files.
First I suggest you turn off any preview panes in Outlook. Then read this:
Firstly, looking at the file paths in the screenshot, this seems to be the problem with F-Secure Internet Security and has nothing to do with Business security solutions. Secondly, I would recommend you to get in touch with our technical support at your earliest convenience.
Well maybe a moderator can move this thread to the correct board?
Archbishop, did you attach an FSDIAG file to your previous support request?
If not, submit a new Support Request and attach an FSDIAG file. That will provide the support technicians with vital information and logs from your computer, so they can help you better and faster.
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