How do I remove security update notice?

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    My phone is rooted and I have Titanium Backup installed. I've already frozen all references to Knox I could find. This message persists every day. How do i rid myself if it?
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    I get the same thing and can't stand it!

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    Indeed. It's obviously separate from Knox.

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    It may be one of these. Sit tight, I'll find out.

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    Open Superuser app and it should say Knox was detected and give you the option to disable it.

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    Knox apps per Titanium Backup

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    I've already disabled Knox with SuperSU.

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    Oh ok. Are all of those apps frozen on your phone?

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    I take that back, here's the app that needs to be frozen

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    I just went in and froze com.sec.knox.eventsmanager 1.0. I can't find the other Knox entries anymore, but remember freezing them.

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    You were right, it is separate from Knox. Its the security policy update app in my last post.

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