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Trojan horse on my website


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Lynne

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Someone told me I have a Trojan horse on one of my websites. I don't know how to find it or remove it. I need help.

Thanks,
Lynne
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Metallica

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Hi Lynne,

Can you PM me the link to your site?
I'll check what's going on and let you know.

Regards,
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Metallica

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Hi Lynne,

I received your PM and looked at your site.
If anyone got infected, I am sure it wasn't on your site. I did not follow all the ads, but I imagine some of them to have a "less ethical nature" and it could have happened there.

Hope this helps,

Pieter
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