Home Malware Programs Viruses Html:source.inf


Posted: April 13, 2011

Html:source.inf is a website based computer virus. Html:source.inf is very powerful infection because even well-known security applications cannot remove it. Html:source.inf also may be identified as HTML:Iframe-inf. The problem has become really aggravating because Legitimate software produces Html:source.inf related alerts that blame and block obviously legitimate websites. Many users became angry and started to search for the effective Html:source.inf solution. The Html:source.inf problem is not a local problem of a particular browser as the Html:source.inf reported in one browser is again found in any other.

Two results of Html:source.inf are possible. First case is that there is Html:source.inf in place. Html:source.inf is not set directly in obviously protected websites reported as corrupted. The problem is related to the way the website is distributed, but it is not added to only one browser. Whatever browser you use, the problem would persist. The second case occurs because of an error of legitimate software.

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