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Wow, that's a new one. I can't imagine how this happened other than you are infected with some Malware, what we used to call Monkey Ware as it monkeyed with your system.
First, I would suggest you visit this website and see what it finds by doing a full system scan of your hard drives.
Once you click to start the scan engine, you will probably be prompted via the yellow bar at the top of your page to allow an Active X controller to be downloaded. This control is how the engine works against your hard drive.
What will happen is that the scanner will likely find a Malware Active X control you got somehow that is allowing all embedded pictures to view your Internet Cache images.
After they scan you will want to change some settings in Internet Explorer, by accessing Internet Options in your Control Panel. Set the History to 1 day and the Internet Cache size to 1MB or less, Zero if it will take it or even better to tell it to not Cache any images, etc.
Any questions on a follow up to this please use the comment box below to ask away.
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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