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flood problem. please help


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dre66

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i have a serious flood problem.

to help a friend i downloaded what i believed to be a keygen program for him, i scanned the winRAR file with Norton, nothing... so i unzipped it and ran the exe (my mistake, norton did not have "scan within compressed files" turned on). now my computer is victim to some form of spyware:
somehow my computer is constantly sending email messages (or attempting to). this eats up my CPU and memory, especially when norton's email filtering (CCAPP.exe) tries to stop it. this leads to a TON of popups. i need to somehow find the source of these emails and quarantine/delete the files. any help is appreciated. i will also attach a few screenshots to help better understand the problem.
cheers,
andrei


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