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Windows Security Blocking Access to Online Membership Accounts


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Domino1

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I have two problems. First, each time I log on to my computer, a box pops up from Windows Security saying that, to access my Google Account, I need to add a user name and password. I have tried all of my user names and passwords, and nothing will work. I ultimately just push the cancel button and can get to my google accounts anyway. The box has an orange/red daisy in the upper left hand corner. Does anyone know what this is? Second, Windows Security is stopping me from accessing another online membership account which I pay for. I have communicated with the company and they say they see no problem from their end. Can someone tell me how to turn off this crazy function or let me know if it appears that I have a bogus Windows Security system operating on my computer.

Thanks!!!
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Could you post a screenshot?

Looks like you got infected by a rogue application.
You might want to visit the Malware forum for help.

After you are clean, please change ALL of your online account passwords. They might have been stolen.
Also, do NOT use any other account until you are clean.
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