I have three PC's at home here and all have Kaspersky 2011 Internet security installed on all of them. Also installed on them is "IE spell checker" and one PC KIS had a pop-up Warning that "ie-spell check" was 100% Dangerous and was asking me to either allow, allow once, or block. The version is "251_b_106". Its installed on all PC's, but no warnings on the others which is weird b/c they have the same version and protecton.
Anyhoo, if you have that version, their is a newer one that hope has a low risk level. KIS said the older one was a 100% risk, ...It doesn't get any worse, specially with a program looking at what you type.
My advice is to update to latest version "v2.6.4_build 573" if you have version "251_build_106" Un-Install the old version first from control panel "UN-install programs"
Why take a chance, but its so strange that with the same Internet Security, It warned me only on one machine, when that older version od ie-spell is Installed on all threeSystems.
---- EDIT: Kaspersky reports same warning for ie spell's latest version so I've removed the link. Users of IE Spell should be on alert until this resolved. I will be posting over on Kaspersky form about this, but it sometimes takes awhile for a responce b/c they want to make sure. ------
Go to this post and see Kaspersky's warning when attempting to install latest version: KIS2011 Reporting ie-spell check 100% dangerous?
Anybody else get a warning about ie-spell check ?