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some one knows what i surf


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nurujem

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i feel that some one is looking what i am surfing.he tells me what i surf.there is no computer connected with this computer.there is no network.i alway deletee history and temorary files.please tell me how he can know what i am surfing without
even touching my computer.i use dial up connection.
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cleverboy12

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Looks like you could possibly have a Spyware infection.

Please Post A HiackThis Log In The Malware Forum

If You Dont Know What HijackThis Is and Dont Know How To Use It Please See Before Posting A HijackThis Log

Please Follow All The Steps Carefully and Start Your Own Topic So That An Expert Can Come Along And Help You Out.

:tazz: Good Luck :)
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Supercalifragilistic

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do you have lavasoft ad-aware,download it and try it and also download spybot search and destroy
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nurujem:
Does this person have access to your machine? If not, keep your firewall enabled and don't worry about this person's bluffs. If this person does have access to your machine, use a strong password to protect your account and keep dumping temp files and clearing browse history. Disable the "auto complete" feature for additional privacy.

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