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Warning.... Spyware Detected On Your Computer

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  • caak3 Oct 10, 2008

    I can't get anywhere after log in.... logs me right off

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    Mayvs Rillera May 11, 2010

    Try running your anti virus program.. If your anti virus program wasn't able to detect any.. Try running this --- >http://download.bleepingcomputer.com/mal...

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Download superantispyware software and perform a full system scan ,you can also download malwarebytes from bleepingcomputer.com...

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If you see warnings like this, you may have inadvertently downloaded a script from a rouge website. I would cancel out of the message and download the free edition of AVG. Install it and run it in Safe Mode. Also, download, the free edition of Ad-aware, install it and run it also.

If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Thanks, Joe

Posted on Oct 10, 2008

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    JDTec Oct 10, 2008

    Did you try to set your computer to an earlier configuration: hit F8 as the computer boots,.

    When the menu comes up, click on "restore to last known good configuration"



    If that did not work, you have two options:

    First and easiest, you can boot your XP cd and reinstall XP. But you will lose your data and whatever programs you have installed.



    Or if you have access to another computer, you can take the infected hard drive and set it up as the scondary and clean it with the anti-virus program, ad-aware and CCleaner. Just make sure that the second computer is updated as far as XP, and the anti-virus is concerned.

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