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Stop-Sign Virus software


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hawthorn

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Hi all.

I have Norton AV installled, but was suspicious that something was wrong so searched for a free online scan to check. I used Stop-Sign by eAcceleration, and it came up with the following:

C:\Documents and Settings\Myself !\My Documents\O.E\Virus.dbx:error-mail_info.zip - Fri, 06 May 2005 01:09:57 UTC - Your email was blocked <Win32.HLLM.Generic.355>

C:\Documents and Settings\Myself !\My Documents\O.E\Virus.dbx:account_info.zip - Thu, 05 May 2005 01:27:51 UTC - Your Password <Win32.HLLM.Generic.355>

Possible Spyware Cookie: AvenueA <Possible Spyware Cookie>
Possible Spyware Cookie: BFast <Possible Spyware Cookie>
Possible Spyware Cookie: MediaPlex <Possible Spyware Cookie>
Possible Spyware Cookie: TribalFusion <Possible Spyware Cookie>

I had received lots of infected email, but Norton seemed to be intercepting them, but that is what has shown up now, at any rate.

I just scanned with Norton and it found nothing.

What should I do? Is Stop-Sign a good program, or is there better? I have to register and upgrade to remove the threats.

Thanks

KC
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greyknight17

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Duplicate topic here.

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