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I have a question about p*** sites. At my workplace, there are 4 of us who use the same computer on different shifts. All of us were called into the office and accused of hitting on p*** sites. I know for a fact that I never did, but apparently my shift along with the others shows up. I do have internet access. This is very stressfull for all of us. We could lose our jobs. My shift has less hits than the others but I just can't figure out how this happened. If I log onto a legitimate site, could something attach itself to it? I've never heard of the site they told me about.
Thank you for any information.

Mary Ann
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that is really really creepy! it could be a trojan (virus) which automatically sets up pop-up ads which are usually from p*** sites.

I remember I once had one which would put THOUSANDS of .eml (email) files on my computer, all of which had kinky names! it was awful.

If possible, get them to wipe the computer. It's possible that if one of your coworkers logged onto a p*** site once, they got a virus from it, and that's how the trojan started. The problem might go away if they wipe the hard drive clean.

Other than that... :tazz:

good luck!
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