QUOTE(dawgg @ 8.10.2009 20:22)
Its a heuristic detection of something which is very likley to be a malicious script. If it is detected on the internet (it looks like it has, because of the http and the .com), its not a problem and it never got onto your computer in the first place. Its likely you may have been unknowingly redirected to that website, but Kaspersky blocked it.
Quick question though...
That's great that it isn't harmful, but how do I remove it from my detected threats? On KIS 2010, it shows up on opening page of KIS as a detected virus. Also, just finished a complete scan and another one showed up: virus not-a-virus:FraudTool.Win32.Agent.adv. It's status shows, Absent. I don't think I have to worry about that one, right???