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Malware Mass Mailer


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mxd6

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Hello,

Just to provide you a little history, this is the first problem I've encountered on my Dell laptop. I was running Trend Mico Internet Security along with Spy Sweeper and bother performed well. Yahoo also has a free anti-spy accessible via the tool bar and as a back-up I also use a free Advanced Spy Remover. However, things changed when a FREE upgrade to Trend Micro Titanium came along last week. I decided to give it a try but had to remove the other Trend Micro Internet Security AND Webroot Spy Sweeper because it's not compatable with Titanium. Today a auto mailer came to life and I have no idea how this happened. The Malawi went into my hotmail mail box and started sending URLs out under my name. I called people to delete whatever came from me today (HTTP FIZEDSIN.T35.COM) was the name and the link went to some pill site. I ran full scan of Titanium and nothing. Run all my programs for spy ware and nothing.
Read a little here and uploaded OTC and Extras. The info from both are attached in TEXT.
Thanks for your assistance!

Best regards,
Mike


Attached File  Extras.Txt 9 21 10.txt   33.35KB   115 downloads
Attached File  OTL.Txt 9 21 10.txt   87.84KB   84 downloads
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