Littlemouse

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  1. Thank you.
  2. I recently wanted to run a scan with Malwarebytes, but when I was asked if I wanted to allow the program to make changes to my computer, I noticed the certification was out of date, so I didn't allow it. Instead, I uninstalled Malwarebytes & downloaded it afresh, thinking that this would solve the problem: it didn't. I was wondering if you are aware that the certificate is outdated? If so, why? Is it safe to run the scan, please?
  3. Thank you. I'll try.
  4. I don't know how to zip and attach the files. Please can you tell me? Sorry & thanks.
  5. I am hoping that you will be able to verify that my last Malwarebytes scan came up with all false positives. I have found similar, but non-identical false positives reported by others. I was surprised when my scan came up with these, as I had already done two other scans with other anti-malware programs which came up clean. I didn't know what to do, as I didn't have that long to spend on the result of the scan at the time. I was afraid of quarantining the files in question in case I messed up my computer - and also afraid of not quarantining a possible bug, so I tried to take no action, but when I tried scanning a second time with Malwarebytes later on, it couldn't find the bugs, so it seems to have treated them as ignored. Now I am worried that I won't be able to get rid of them if they are infected. My malwarebytes log came up with all these examples of Extension.Mismatch in my files in Documents and settings\: grabberbar.bmp grabberbarbuttonrmousedown.bmp grabberbarhidegray.bmp grabberbarshowmouseover.bmp grabberbuttonlmousedown.bmp grabberbuttonlmouseover.bmp grabberbuttonractive.bmp mp3project.bmp projectgray.bmp topmouseover.bmp No memory, registry or folder items were infected. I am running XP with SP3 on the machine in question. Please help! Thank you. (I am not good at technical language!)