11日微软Windows Live OneCare爆出删除用户邮件的Bug,根据数个新闻站点和blog的视察,两天后微软已悄悄地修补了最新版本的OneCare,该问题已被解决.内含解决方案与检测方法,重要字词已加黑处理.
"On Sunday March 11, the Windows Live OneCare team released a newanti-malware engine that will fix the issue of OneCare erroneouslyquarantining certain Outlook .pst or Outlook Express .dbx files wheninfected files were detected within them. Windows Live OneCarecustomers whose PCs are connected to the Internet will automaticallyget this fix. We apologize for any inconvenience this has caused ourcustomers.
"Again, OneCare will automatically update for this fix and customerswill not need to take action to update themselves, but any customerswho wish to manually confirm that they have received the most recentanti-malware engine can do so via the following steps:
ick “Change OneCare Settings” in the Main OneCare user interface
ick the “Logging” Tab
ick the “Create support log” button
4. Scroll down to the “Virus and Spyware Versions:” section andcheck your AM Engine version number. If the text says the numbers“2306” after the 1.1. number – such as AM Engine:(1.1. 2306 .0) – yourengine has been updated already. If “2306” does not appear, your enginemay still need updating. To update, ensure your computer is connectedto the Internet, then click the “Check for updates” link in the mainOneCare user interface and OneCare will download and install the fix.
"For customers whose Outlook .pst and Outlook Express .dbx files hadbeen quarantined prior to this fix and engine update, we continue torecommend the following steps to recover their email:
ose Outlook or Outlook Express
ick Change OneCare Settings in the Main OneCare user interface
ick on the Viruses & Spyware Tab
d then click on the Quarantine button and then select the pst or dbx file and then click on Restore."