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Something playing with system date & time

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Bazza Formez

Bazza Formez

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Some virus or piece of malware seems to be adjusting the date & time
on my pc's system clock.

Yesterday, I noticed that the clock was showing the wrong date &
time... it was showing April 1 2009, 0500, ie 15 or so hours earlier
that the date/time here in New Zealand at that instant.

I immediately went & adjusted this manually by clicking on the clock on the tray... but when I hit the apply button,
the time immediately bounced back to April 1.

Today when I booted the pc, the clock was reading April 2.. I adjusted
it again to correct date / time...
but same deal.. it bounced back about 15hrs ... this time to April 2.

I ran a full virus scan, but nothing showed.

Please Help!!
Thank you.

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