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It could have been a "trojan" that was imitating the "look-and-feel" of Microsoft Security Essentials software, trying to convince you to download 'ThinkPoint' -- which itself could be a computer-virus.
Can you use "System Restore" to go "back" in time to a checkpoint created a few days ago,
i.e., before your computer was infected?
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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