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Just for the sake of my knowledge, what toolbar are you talking about and did it mention the exact or generic name of the so-called infection. The reason I ask this is because some toolbars will have you believe that you have a spyware infection in order to get you to buy their suggested spyware cleaner i.e. false and misleading technique to sell a product that usually does nothing except lead to more such indications. However if you want a very good free cleaner, give SpywareBlaster 4.0 and Spybot Search and Destroy 1.52 a try. Both are free and both work exceptionally well in concert, the first as a preventative vaccine type of software, and the second as a very good trojan and spyware scanner. I use both of them along with my Avast 4.8 software that now also includes a spyware scanner. Between the three of them I would hazard a guess that the only way you would have a real infection is if you went purposely disregarded all warnings. www.safer-networking.com and www.avast.com for the last two, www.javacoolsoftware.com for Spywareblaster
Posted on Jun 01, 2008
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