Kaspersky gives a warning when I try to open wf.
Thread poster: patyjs

patyjs  Identity Verified
Local time: 06:02
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Jun 18, 2008

Hi, I've been using the free version of wordfast for some time, although I'm still at a pretty basic level. Suddenly I've started to get a "suspicious macro execution" warning when I try to start it advising me to terminate the script.
I'm not sure what to do...let me rephrase that...I have no idea what to do.

I'd appreciate some help.


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Lori Cirefice  Identity Verified
Local time: 13:02
French to English
Tell Kaspersky to allow WF Jun 19, 2008

Funny, I had a very similar thing just the other day ... I've been using WF on this computer for several months, and my anti-virus (F-Secure) had never complained before ... I suddenly started getting warnings about not keeping an "anti-programme" on my computer, and did I want to delete wf.dot?

I said no of course.

You probably just need to go into your settings and make sure that wf.dot is allowed by Kaspersky.

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