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Please help! I'm getting intermittent green double underlined text on websites (including this one), which lead to popups when highlighted (generally for Dell computers!). More worryingly, some of the text files on my hard drive have also turned green - and these files contain my banking details and important passwords.

I am on XP with Zonealarms, Avast and Windows Defender always running.
I've run all the software and utilities your site recommended, and have also run security tests on Internet Explorer, but important text files on my hard drive are still coloured green. I've now tightened up the security on IE (active X scripts, etc), but the problem remains.
I'm very concerned that I could be defrauded.
I've attached the log from Hijack.
Any help greatly appreciated.
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