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In my local area connecton sent packets are moving very fast.

I am using mtnl adsl router triband connection, in my local area connetion the sent packets are moving very fast how to stop dat wt is d solution

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Hi,
I want to tell you that it is usually happens when your computer is infected by any kind for viruses and mal-ware software on your computer then they started to send your all the information on the net. You can say it is type of hacking of your computer. Make sure you are using any power full anti virus on your computer and also you can install any mal-ware software on your computer so that it will remove your all the cookies and unwanted files which can create a problem for you computer and always upgrade your anti virus and mal-ware soft wares on your computer so that your computer be protect from these kinds of attack.

I believe this information will help you to protect your computer from hacking and for your concern.

Thanks & Regards
Jaspreet Singh Saini

Posted on Oct 28, 2009

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