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BSNCAPBYY

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My spyware doctor keeps on saying this to me:

Common Components for Claria C:\Documents and Settings\Bryan H\Cookies\bryan h@ath.belnk[1].txt Elevated
Common Components for Claria C:\Documents and Settings\Bryan H\Cookies\bryan h@belnk[2].txt Elevated


i just want to know how to get rid of if permitly, where is this coming from?
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I don't use Spyware Doctor, but from what I've heard, it costs some twenty-plus bucks and its detection rates and real-time protection isn't even halfway close to what free programs like Spybot and MS AntiSpyware can offer.

I'd suggest you just delete off those entries. If they keep coming back, try using another anti-spyware program such as Ad-Aware and see if that takes care of the problem. Otherwise, go here, follow the instructions stated, and post a HijackThis log over at the malware forum.
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but has someone heard about @belnk[2].txt and ath.belnk[1].txt? could somone can informe me?
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