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Virus My home computer is affected with virus & it happened few hours ago while I was surfing the internet. A message always keep poping & it says Worm.Win32.Netbooster detected on your machine ...............etc. I have been using AVG 8 for long time and I regularly update it. Just dont know how the virus came. Can you tell me how to get rid of the problem and what anti virus do you suggest considering i have internet connection at home.

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I suggest kaspersky internet security for you, it can deal with both viruses and spywares. because i think you have a spyware in your computer not a virus.

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Ever since I renewed my subscription in November it takes forever to do the weekly sweep. It did take about an hour. After the renewal it wasn't finished after 12 hours. Today it is still sweeping from 7...


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