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What to do if a virus is found If you receive a Virus-like Activity alert in Mac OS 8.1-9.x

To delete an infected file

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When prompted by the Auto-Protect alert to scan with Norton AntiVirus, click Yes. Norton AntiVirus opens and scans the infected file. The Norton AntiVirus scan results window displays the infected file.

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Select the infected file. Click Delete.

Click OK to confirm the deletion. The Status column in the scan window shows that the file has been deleted.

If you receive a Virus-like Activity alert in Mac OS 8.1-9.x w Virus-like Activity alerts are not generated in Norton AntiVirus for Mac OS X.

See “About Prevention Preferences” on page 98.

A virus-like activity is an activity that viruses often perform when spreading or damaging your files. A Virus-like Activity alert does not necessarily mean a virus is present. You can decide whether the operation is valid, for example, when you are installing software or decompressing a compressed archive.

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