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backosjr

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http://imperialhost....XXX@hotmail.com

I got this from my brother and it read:

hey
4/28/2005 6:56:51 AM

its you!
4/28/2005 6:56:51 AM

http://imperialhost....xxx@hotmail.com

So I thought it was a pic or something new for messenger & it came from my BROTHER............ I selceted it.

It now opens all the online contacts with the same series of messages and then the link!

Is there a way to fix my computer get rid of this virus?

AND WHAT IS THE BEST ANIT-VIRUS PROTECTION FOR MY COMPUTER. (YOUR OPINION)

Thank you in advance for all the replies....

Edited by backosjr, 28 April 2005 - 06:48 AM.

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gerryf

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please go to the malware forum listed in my signature and follow the instructions to remove the infection.

For Antivirus, AVAST and AVG are two free programs that offer real time protection. They are very good and equivalent to many commercial antivirus programs.

There are better antivirus programs but they are not free--Kaspersky and Nod32 come highly regarded
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I looked around in the Malware forumn and I am not sure where to start......
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Did you click CLICK HERE?
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