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PostPosted: Mon Oct 13, 2008 11:37 pm 
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Got a second monitor a few weeks ago and am using DisplayFusion to allow me to have different wallpapers on each monitor. I've cycled through several different ones since then and reused several as well. Never had any issues with them.

Updated Avast! today and this evening when I decided to switch out my wallpaper I get a virus warning. Did a system scan but nothing showed. Navigated to my Wallpaper folder and was getting warnings left and right when I put my cursor over my wallpapers. Right-clicking ont hem also returns a virus warning. I've moved all the offenders to quarantine, but am wondering if maybe it's a false positive. The warning was for the virus/worm in the title: multi:binaryiframe

I can find almost no information on this, but I did see one post (posted yesterday) on the Avast! support forums that was basically reporting the same thing I'm seeing.

Anyone have any info on this?

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 14, 2008 1:22 am 
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i'd be suspicious for now and keep them in quarantine until they are proven to be false positives

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