how to delete the online shield results in AVG internet security?

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Answered: Security

If you have Life lock and their phone number than call them. Don't give out anything over the Internet from someone asking.

Answered: Email security messages from AOL

You can try a call to AOL. I don't know if it will do any good. The email may not be coming from AOL, put a block on them who ever they are. You could use a different screen name for a while. 1 800 827 6364

Answered: My question is about AVG Internet Security I have been trying to download

question was asked 2 years ago; think ameerj has found anti-virus by now

Answered: How do I look at my security settings?

Start -- Control Panel -- Internet Options -- Security Tab at the top. If you make changes -- click APPLY -------- While in the control panel check windows firewall to see if it's turned on. What is your operating system ? Windows 7 ??

Answered: Who can see me online ,on aol-using my screenname and possibly ghosting

Open AOL 9.7 but don't sign on. Their a box to check mark to keep you invisible. Someone else will have to answer about your ghost.
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How to change security question on a free aol account

AOL 9.7 - After you have sign on - at the top - keyword - type - security question - Go - Give your answer for your security question. After that you can change the security question. many choices offered.

Delete account!!!!!!

You wouldn't half to ask if Jackass ~jada~ or her god MA SNOTS were around.

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Did AOL just send me an alert and said to reset my password and security

I received the same email. While I believe now that the email is legitimate, based in large part of an independent on-line source credibly detailing the security incident involving unauthorized access to AOL users' data, I do not understand one aspect of this: Namely, I specifically recall some ...