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I keep getting a pop-up from norton saying that it blocked an intrusion attempt by localhost. I Clicked on it and it says, Network traffic from localhost matches the signature of a known attack. The attack was resulted from \DEVICE\HARDDISKVOLUME1\PROGRAM FILES\MOZILLA FIREFOX 4.0 BETA 12\FIREFOX.EXE. Network traffic from uev0.co.cc/index.php?tp=89f7a1560def4014 matches signature of a known attack. uev0.co.cc/index.php?tp=89f7a1560def4014 <-- this is what is causing the attack, how do i get rid of this?? Please help!
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