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I'm wondering if I'm still infected.


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Nathaniell7

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Well, I kinda got myself into this. A while ago I was looking for hacks and got what I deserved from a drive-by download from a website. Like I said, it was a while ago, so I don't remember the exact name of the virus, but I THINK it had TCP in its name. Norton kept blocking an attempt to attack every few minutes. My parents did something and it was SUPPOSEDLY removed, as the messages stopped appearing. But, I really want to know for sure. I'm a complete newbie to the site and have never gone to anybody for infection help, so I don't even know what logs to post or anything, nor the files to get said logs.

Edited by Nathaniell7, 18 July 2010 - 10:24 AM.

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By the way, a while ago still but much more recent then the said infection and cleaning, I got a supposed alert from Norton that it blocked an attempt to attack the computer.

From who?



The computer tried to attack itself! O.o
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