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Windows warning message

I have a windows warning message on the monitor screen everytime i turn it on and i have a son in afghanistan i want to email but i am scared to with it on there. i have run a one care live protection and everything else is off but that windows warning message thing. can u please help me?

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Can you expand on the warning message?
Without knowing what it says, most people can't help.

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