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yahoo mail problem

Lots of virus attack

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bombaykid

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I have following computer

I have:
HP pro 3500 Series computer
4.00 GB RAM
64 Bit operating system
CPU G870 @ 3.1 GHZ
Windows 7 professional
Service pack 1

 

Every time i log into my yahoo account I get message that I have been attack by virus, here is what it says:

 

Infekce zablokována

URL

hxxp://123840995.secured-ssl-cert39393939.com/c.php?aid=165&lid=107662

Infection

URL:Mal

 

Plus I get lots of junk email on yahoo account.

 

Any one has suggestion to get ride of this virus from yahoo account.


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Have you tried switching your yahoo account to another email and clearing all mail in previous mailbox. after this switch back to old email address? Iv had to do this in the past there were to many virus infected mails...


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I just clear all emails from inbox, , span,draft, send and trash.

 

Lets see what happens now.

Will wait few days to see if this works.


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May I suggest you to enable 2FA on your Yahoo account if it's not done already ? Just to prevent it from being stolen if you are indeed infected or someone tries to bruteforce it.
Click here for a short tutorial on how to enable 2FA on a Yahoo! account.
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