No......no active signs of it, but it just surprised me to find the above two files infected again when I randomly tried Chica for the first time today. I was starting to think all vestiges Scorpion/Adpeak were gone from my computer.
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Internet Explorer may be the most popular browser but it's definitely not the most secure browser. Consider using other browsers with addition add-ons to safeguard your system while browsing the internet.
Firefox is a more secure, faster browser than Internet Explorer. Firefox contains less vulnerabilities, reducing the risk of drive-by downloads. In addition, you can add the following add-ons to increase security.
KeyScramber - Encrypts your keystrokes to protect you against keyloggers that steals personal & banking information
AdBlock - Disable/blocks advertisements on websites so you won't accidentally click on a malicious ad.
NoScript - Disables Flash & Java contents to avoid exploits or drive-by attacks
Web of Trust - Shows the website rating by other users and blocks dangerous and poor-rated sites
Google Chrome is another good browser that is faster and more secure than Internet Explorer by having a sandbox feature. Additionally, you can add the following add-on to Chrome to heighten security.