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Visited a site known to have trojan & runs malicious script

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Hi guys,

I stupidly clicked on a link that has a history of infecting visitors with a trojan and also somehow hijacks their email - www.flanzooo.com

I got an email from a friend, and it had this link... and once you input your details, it apparently has a script or something that uses your email to send out loads of spam to your contacts. So I've tried to remove anything it might have left on my laptop via spybot and ccleaner. And my antivirus hasn't picked up anything thus far (AVG free)... Apparently people using norton/Avast have picked up a "bloodhound exploit"...

I'm really really worried and quite desperate because I work with sensitive data and I have "sensitive contacts" as well. :)

Could someone please take a look at my HiJackThis Log - I can post it if someone responds with a willing reply!!

Thanks so much!! Your help is greatly appreciated!!

Edited by domyue, 06 May 2009 - 02:39 PM.

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