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trojan-spy.html.suitfraud.c [CLOSED]

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yesterday while on my computer i got a message that popped up about ActiveX, then my background changed to a blue security message with tiny white text reading:
A fatal error in IE has occured at 002D:C0011C36 in VXP VMM<01) ' 0001DE36. Error was caused by Trojan-Spy.HTML.Suitfraud.c
*System can not function in normal mode.
Please check your security settings.
*Scan your PC with any avaliable antivirus/spyware remover program to fix the problem.

so far my background and my homepage have been changed...and i cannot change them back. ive run scans from spybot, spyware doctor, ad-aware, fixblast, and some norton scans. its says that i have 1220 infected files. i can get on the internet and i can access webpages without problem. i do not get any pop ups or anything. just a bluebackground and a changed homepage. what do i do!?!

Edited by nontoxicdrama, 15 May 2005 - 09:17 AM.

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Welcome to Geeks 2 Go. Sorry about the delay in getting to your post, we have been very busy.

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Edited by usetobe, 19 June 2005 - 12:47 AM.

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