keithme

A module wants to load every time I open IE

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I'm assuming I have a similar problem. Every time I open an IE window requiring Flash I get:

Online-Armor

A module wants to bad

Module:

C:\Users\keith\AppData\Local\Temp\{494F57A9-052E-488A-92D3-E3119E3013894}\fpb.tmp

Product Name:

Flash Player Helper

Product Version: 11,2,202,228

Company: Adobe Systems, Inc.

Description: Adobe Flash Player Helper 11.2r202

Parent program:

C:\Windows\system32\Macromed\Flash\FlashUti132_11_2_202_228_ActiveX.exe

What does this mean ?

Online Armor can't make a decision on whether this file is good or bad because it has not been dassified by us yet.

What should I do ?

Investigate

If that program was intentionally started and you trust the source of the file, dick Allow. If this alert appeared without any known action and you're currently surfing the internet, consider Blocking it.

Remember my decision

Trust this program

Create system restore point

Allow Block

I Allow everytime and say "rememebr" but I get the VERY irritating warnign EVERY TIME. I believe 100% in Virus/Firewall/etc. protection and have used them ever since I started in this industry (over 30 years now!) but this seems ridiculous to me.

Please let me know if this is the same and WHEN the fix is out to fix it or whether this is a NEW problem.

Thanks

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It looks like the issue with the Adobe Flash installer not being trusted. Try marking the file as trusted and as an installer, and let me know if that helps.

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