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I am having the same issue. It says that I have an error caused by Trojan-Spy.HTML.Smitfraud.c
I can't do anything in my computer properly. My dektop has turned blue with this security warning in the middle. ALso, my IE is having troubles. All my webpages that I try and visit are redirected to some random site. I can't visit any websites properly. Can you please let me know exactly what to do from the beginning. Thanks.
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Hi and welcome confused_about_hijackers,

I split your topic off and moved it to the malware forum, Please don't post your problems in someone else's topic,

Please go Here and unzip the newest version of HJT into a new dedicated folder,
Create a folder on the C: drive called C:\HJT.
You can do this by going to My Computer (Windows key+e) then double click on C: then right click and select New then Folder and name it hjt. Unzip HijackThis into this folder. Launch Hijack This, then press Scan, and press Save Log
This will generate a text file that will list all running processes, all applications that are loaded automatically when you start Windows, and more.
Most things are harmless and needed so don't make any changes.
post a log here please
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