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Can someone tell me what this is? [CLOSED]


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Garret B

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Application.WinSpy_Stealth_Monitor
Type - Cookie
Risk Level - High

I am all paranoid since two weeks ago I supposedly had WinSPy on my computer. I did a factory restore on about APril 12 because my scripting got messed up when Symantech supposedly took WinsPy (if it ever really was on my computer since all they took off was one file) and I was told it was because they took off a .dll file but never put the correct one on or something.

Anyway so tonight I runSuperAntiSpyware and it doesnt' tell me that I have Winspy. Then I reun something Called Spyware Dr and one of the results was this:

Application.WinSpy_Stealth_Monitor
Type - Cookie
Risk Level - High

What does this mean? Is this some trick to get me to buy Spyware Dr? Is this a cookie or the actual keylogger called WinSpy?
I am going nuts trying to figure out what is going on.

Thanks
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Hello and welcome to Geeks To Go! My name is BHowett and I will be helping you to get sorted.

Sorry for the delay, as you can tell we are very busy here. If you still need help with you’re issue please post a fresh HijackThis log, and we will see what we need to do to get you sorted :)
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