Maybe this is because I wasn't attacked so far and I also like to clean my system carefully, "by hand".Most people are not like me and "that can't happen to me" mentality is no good when we talk about viruses, personal data security and other related things.To fix it, I changed the DNS settings for my wireless router back to what they were before and then the update worked fine. I decided to check for updates on Adaware today and ran across the usual ? Ad-aware_se_personal_1.06r1is a type of EXE file associated with Third-Party Application developed by Lavasoft AB for the Windows Operating System.TONII recently read an article stating that I could speed up my browsing by switching my DNS settings on my wireless router to point to the Open DNS servers, rather than whatever they were before. You will need to download the new Ad-Aware AE in order to have up to date protection.After doing this, I also received the error retreiving update message for Ad Aware. I found the following workaround for those of you that might be interested.
In other words, you get infected and then third parties can access your credit card information, deliver unwanted pop-ups or monitor your Web-browsing habits for marketing purposes.
Without executable files like ad-aware_se_personal_1.06r1.exe, you wouldn't be able to use any programs on your PC.
Because of their usefulness and ubiquity, EXE files are commonly used as a method of delivery for virus / malware infection.
Ad-Aware SE Personal 1.06 is the latest version of Lavasoft's line of antispyware solutions, representing the next generation in spyware detection and removal.
This version is free for personal use and misses some features that can be found in the commercial packages, but it has the same cleaning effectiveness as those.