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Removed improper URL

Edited by ScHwErV, 26 July 2005 - 07:30 AM.

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http://www.courtbrie...05CH05883CA.pdf
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The URL you posted is not allowed here.

Why on earth would you trust the people who infected you to clean your computer?

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It's the only thing that seems to work.
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Actually I have removed probably close to 75 infected computers recently with 100 % success rate. And, the way we do it, you dont have to sacrafice any of your personal information in the process.

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Many of us have not done as well. P.S. in Lansing
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Feel free to post your HiJackThis log and we will get to your issue. That is what the malware removal forum is here for.

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Right now I'm at work. I think the website you removed was generated by the company that created this mess after they got the class action suit. They are saying "see, all you have to do to remove this is do this" EOM
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The website was generated long before the lawsuit.

That website asks you to turn off all firewall and antivirus protection, why would a good company need that? The reason for this is because during the "uninstall" of their crap, the "uninstaller" sends out your personal information to the company.

Great stuff.

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Maybe we fell for it, but the popups made the computer unusable. Have not had a problem yet but we will see. No other program we found could stop the popups.(from this company) Hope the lawsuit burns them to the ground.
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Agreed. I will close this thread now. If you need any further assistance, feel free to start a new thread with your log and we will do what we can to help you.

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