How sure are you that you are virus free? Have you updated and run a recent scan. Maybe you should run a scan with some of the online programs that you can find at this link:http://reviews.cnet.com/5208-7813-0.html?forumID=32&threadID=114259&messageID=1301091
You may need to disable system restore in order to get to anything behind system restore. While you are at it, run any antispyware programs that you have or that are also listed on the above link.
Only a suggestion
Tried to send page from http://www.pcworld.com/howto/article/0,aid,121213,00.asp to myself for future reference.
Avast AV stopped the email and gave me the following message..
<frame> tag found, it may be dangerous
Sender ( myself)
Subject: PCWorld.com- Answer Line: Prevent Virus From Disabling Your Protection
Target of remote iframe:
(You can permit them using "Permitted URLs" button]
When I click DON'T SEND, I get the following popup.
An error occurred while sending mail. The mail server responded: Infected Mail. Please check the message and try again.
ALSO, 2 days ago, I sent a copy of a MicroSoft help page to a friend and I got same message, but clicked allow because it was from MS. My friend said his AV program warned him that it was infected mail when he tried to open it.
SO, what is happening here?
Is this dangerous, or a false alarm?
How does one know if it is a false alarm?
I can permit, but wonder what is setting off the warning.