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We were informed by our Norton Anti Virus that Oozeplay was found in our system and it suggested that we delete it as it could be harmful to our system. However, when we tried to delete it would not delete it.
We have found the file title Globalmag under our Program Files, but deletion is denied.
What is this and is this a virus type thing or what?
Please help!
Thank you,
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Hello 66comet,

Sounds like LOP.

Please download Hijackthis. Once downloaded:

Open HijackThis.
Click on Open Misc Tools Section
Make sure that both boxes beside "Generate StartupList Log" are checked:
  • List all minor sections(Full)
  • List Empty Sections(Complete)
Click Generate StartupList Log.
Click Yes at the prompt.
It will open a text file. Please copy the entire contents of that page and paste it here.

Then download lop.zip
Unzip it to your desktop.
Go into the new lop folder and double-click lop.bat
It will run and when done a notepad will open, please copy the contents of the Notepad and paste it here.

I will also need to see a Hijackthis log to confirm it is indeed LOP. :whistling:
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