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After clicking on a fried request on Myspace two icons appeared on my desktop. One is titled Uncensored porn and the other BDSM galleries. Now I keep getting critical system error messages which when I do click to fix a download box appears to download a file named (XPANTIVIRUS2008_V880221.EXE) from a website (securityscannersite.com) that seems bogus. I also keep receiving an error message that states 'The application or DLL C:\WINDOWS\system32\wscmp.dll is not a valid Windows image. Please check this against your installation diskette. Also when I do delete the icons from my desktop they always reappear. I also have in my taskbar an icon that is yellow and shaped like a triangle with an exclamation point in it. when I do click it it goes to the xpantivirus.com website does a system check, identifies three files as causing my problem. They are (Trojan.infostealer.banker.s), ( Zlob.PornAdvertiser.xplisit), and (Spyware.IEmonster.b)How do I get rid of the icons and keep these error messages from disrupting my pc use.
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Welcome to Geeks2Go!

Your system has become malware-infested so you need to run HijackThis and post it's log-file here with a brief explanation of your problem as you described above. http://www.geekstogo...o-Here-f37.html

The malware section is manned by experts who can analyse the log and tell you how to proceed. It's essential you post the log on that section only.

You can get HijackThis here: http://majorgeeks.co...wnload3155.html

Please do not attempt tp analyse the log yourself or "fix" anything until instructed to do so by a member of the malware team.
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