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I'm not sure where this went, but I don't need a Hijackthis log, and I'm just wondering something about malware.

I seem to be finding TagASauraus, and Win32-Downloader, or something similar to that on my computer, every week during my weekly scan. I just want to know if there are programs that can put these on the computer repedatly, or if I just keep walking into the sites with em on em. Thanks. :whistling:
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The malware forum will get you faster results.
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Actually, I didn't find TagASaurus on there this week, and only one Win.Loader. I think I'm just running into em on the internet.

Besides, I've bugged the malware people for stuff when it was really nothing far,far too often. >_>
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Not knowing your state of computer or net awareness, have you searched the net for references to these wee beasties? ...and if you have, have you downloaded any counter measures?

Give this site a shot... http://www.simplysup.com/
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