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After having the bekoduya malware I can't sign on to yahoo

I had the bekoduya.dll malware, used mcafee and previx csi to clean it out, now I can't sign in to at & t yahoo. when I try it says sign in failed. when I try to open Internet Explorer, it says web navigation failed. can you help?

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Firstly make sure your modem is switched on and ideally connect using a cable as we have to determine if your internet is working, if there is a problem somewhere in the internet as the connection travels from your computer's internet access. Here is how to Ping

  1. From the desktop, click start
  2. Select Run
  3. In the Run box, type command
  4. Click OK
  5. The DOS window will pop up. At the C:\WINDOWS> prompt type ping and press enter.
  6. You will see some results pass through the screen.
  7. It will tell you if there were any packets lost in the transfer (0% loss is what you want to see).
  8. It will also tell you the average speed, in milliseconds.
  9. To close the DOS window, type exit at the C:\WINDOWS> prompt and press enter.

If you have a connection then your browser has been compromised my advice is to download Firefox and run with that

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