Is it safe to permanently delete all blocked items in MSAS?

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  1. chew

    chew Registered Member

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    Hi folks

    Is it safe to permanently delete all the blocked items in MSAS?

    McAfee alerted me of Exploit-MhtRedir.gen Trojan (AKA Download Ject or Scob) and also deleted it.

    But when I restart my PC MSAS alerted me of programmes requesting my permission to change. I just Blocked everything that popped up ...

    Then I noticed in MSAS there are two blocked items and I got the option to use the function of permanently remove.

    So are they safe to be removed?

    So far with the two item blocked everything is running smoothly and I have not noticed anything weird yet.

    I did on-demand scan after Mcafee deleted the trojan using:

    1) Ad-aware SE - nothing was detected.
    2) Ewido SS - nothing was detected too.

    But MSAS only alerted me about changes that were going to be made and I blocked them all.

    I will show you all the screen shot captured below.

    Please advice.

    Cheers

    Chew:doubt:
     

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    Another screen shot.:doubt:
     

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    chew Registered Member

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    Another one ... sorry ...

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    Another one ...

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    Last one ...

    Cheers

    Chew

    P/s: I think the site I visited was hacked ... a mountain bike site btw.
     

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