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Hi my anti-virus is scanning my computer and this code keeps popping up saying its trying to hack my computer. the code is 192.168.0.2

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First you want to do is update your antivirus database. if your viruscan is trial only, try to lisence it. then scan/cleaning your computer.

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The best thing you do is repair your Operating system

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Hmm..that's interesting..looks just like a router configuration code to me..you on a router?

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