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WARNING! YOU'RE IN DANGER


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net4u2nv

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Can someone please take a look at my log. Desk top has a Warning! you're in danger.

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You should post your hijackthis log here: http://www.geekstogo...o_Here-f37.html

Please be patient, they are very busy. If you do not receive a reply from a helper for a couple days, don't worry, you are not being ignored. If your post falls back a lot, just reply to it with the word BUMP, which will bring it to the first page, and therefore more people will see it.
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What exactly does this danger message look like?

Does it look like a window inside your browser window?
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Black screen on my desk top & big bright letters it says
warning! you're in danger.
please help
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gerryf

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as rusty noted, you have a spyware infection, please post in the appropriate forum
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as rusty noted, you have a spyware infection, please post in the appropriate forum

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My suggestion is to thoroughly analyze which processes are proper and which are suspicious.

Click the link below and use the boxed letters at the bottom of the web page to determine the suspicious processes running in the background on your PC.

Task List Programs

Most computer problems can be solved 100% via self-sufficiency/self-research.

Ask not what the forum can do for you; instead, ask what you yourself can be doing to fix the problem, in the meantime.

In other words...

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