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please don't believe those messages fully. Most of them will be fake ones... They may be from new kind of spywares trying to camouflage as antispywares..
Take care, use some good antiviruses like avira, AVG, Kaspersky, etc., and their related anti malware tools
have a nice day
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
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