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Glad you found something to get rid of.
Which program found it?
Also I would suggest doing the hijack this forum and posting a log to be sure.
These folks at that thread know how to see if your computer is clean.
You will have to enable Pure Networks for hijackthis to pick it up though.
You'll need to enable everything in msconfig.
Then these things can be eliminated.
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I really don't know, I've run so many apps in the past week..

I thought the blank entries were gone - didn't show up in Glary's but they show up in MSConfig CleanUP (sigh). I did as you suggested and posted a HJT log in the Malware Removal section today.

The Pure Networks is now gone from the services; I don't know how, I didn't do anything, but when I checked for it after running Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware (nothing found) it was gone from services...
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Well, I do hope it was worth the trouble to get rid of those things. The hjt folks can help with the rest.

Peace!
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