Virus detected in Java directory

Asked By 130 points N/A Posted on -
qa-featured

My AVG detected Trojan. Byte and verified infection in the Java cache directory and advise me to perform an update to remove it. However I don’t have Internet access. I am afraid to continue using the computer because it might cause further infection. Please help!

SHARE
Best Answer by Lonnie Pella
Answered By 0 points N/A #87769

Virus detected in Java directory

qa-featured

You don’t really have the internet access or you just lost your Internet connection? If you had a prior connection, try going to Safe mode with networking and get the update for AVG.

Answered By 130 points N/A #87770

Virus detected in Java directory

qa-featured

I really don't have the internet connection.

Best Answer
Best Answer
Answered By 0 points N/A #87771

Virus detected in Java directory

qa-featured

Just clear Temporary Internet Files. Click Start button, select Control Panel. Open Java Control Panel. Click Settings on Temporary Internet Files. Click Delete Files on Temporary Files Settings. Click Ok.

Answered By 130 points N/A #87772

Virus detected in Java directory

qa-featured

I rescind my computer and no more infections. Thanks! Removing temporary files worked.

Answered By 0 points N/A #87773

Virus detected in Java directory

qa-featured

You're welcome. Let me just post screenshots on how it is done.

Control Panel Programs Java Control Panel Temporary Files Settings

Login/Register to Answer

Related Questions