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Hi. When I start my computer it has been giving a warning from Spybot to allow issas.exe to run. I didn't know what it is so I cancelled the operation. This has happened over the last couple of weeks. I believe it to be some sort of worm or trojan nasty... I have done all the reqired steps in "BeforePosting a Hijack This Log" and there was no report available from AVG AntiSpyware,; the Super antiSpyware found some spyware but I don't think it was cleaned; AVG Antivirus didn't find anything; I installed the latest windows updates; did the reboot test and the message didn't appear. Does this mean that it has been cleaned up, or just that there is no notification? I'll try to attach the logs... The hjt log and the superantispyware log failed to upload. What have I done wrong? Please help.

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