I bought a webcam Wednesday, and now I can't get into the software to use the webcam, although I could get in the previous two days. I ran a virus scan, and the scan identified a file: C:\Documents and Settings\Family\Application Data\Sun\Java\Deployment\cache\javapi\v1.0\jar\a.jar-228d5c98-3b97e70e.zip as the one infected. It identified the infection as: Java.ByteVerify!exploit there's some info about it here: http://www3.ca.com/securityadvisor/virusinfo/search.aspx?pst=Java.ByteVerify!exploit&ad=0 [Broken] Any idea about what to do? Can I just delete this zip file? Is there some way I can force my virus scanner to quarantine or delete the infection? Right now, it just displays that the file is infected and does nothing about it. My antivirus program is eTrust EZAntivirus, the webcam is a Creative product. It says that the infected file was last modified yesterday afternoon, when my dad would have been looking at emails and searching the web for fridges or something like that. Thanks.