How to remove HTML:Script-inf

HTML:Script-inf is constantly bothering me. It appears on my desktop every time I am browsing the Internet. Some members from other forums sites suggest that updating Avast will get rid of the annoying pop-up. According to them, it is false-positive detection by the program. No matter how I followed the procedure, I am still getting a HTML:Script-inf virus alert.

I can concur that the detection for HTML:Script-inf on some legitimate web sites are false detection, however, this also appears on adult web sites and other pages. The alert causes pages not to load properly. Issuing HTML:Script-inf warnings stops the loading process and sometimes crashes the browser.

I need help. Thanks

1 Response

  1. mashkilla says:

    I am also getting this warning from Avast. This happened on a web site I regularly visits. Is it because the web site got infected with HTML:Script-inf virus, or my Avast shows false-positive results? It gives a warning:

    Avast webshield has blocked an infected website or file:
    Object: http : //www . website . net / favicon.ico
    Infection: HTML:script-infPprocess: c:\program files\mozilla firefox\firefox.exe”

    Any comment regarding this issue is greatly appreciated.