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Security Problem Message on PC

Good morning, early this morning my computer started giving me the following msg: "You have a security problem" and I don't know how to resolve this. Another message pops up asking do I want to scan my pc and when I type Yes, another msg states Explorer was disconnected or has ended.

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You have a spyware infection, plan and simple. Those security warnings (asking you to scan) are not part of the Windows security center.

Download Spybot [ http://www.spybot.com ] for free, scan your system and pray that the spyware has not done irreparable damage to your system files.

Posted on Sep 29, 2008

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