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Need help with a threat called Webnexus


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FFMaster

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Hey, I'm new here, and recently my computer's been acting haywire. I've scanned my comp with all my antivirus programs multiple times (MS Antispyware, Ad-Aware, Xoftspy), and they catch lots of stuff, but when I delete them the next time I scan they're still there. One of the most annoying ones is Webnexus. I get barraged by popups a little while after I've been on my comp. There is also another threat that keeps appearing called e2give, which I've caught and deleted multiple times yet it still returns. I want my computer back to normal and I've tried everything I know. Do you guys know of anything I can do to stop threats like these from reaccuring?
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Some virus / malware files include themselves in the system restore set

Check the PC is running OK, then click start, help and support, undo changes to my computer, turn off system restore, reboot, run the scans, reboot, then re-run the scans, if clear, click start then help and support, undo changes, set a restore point

If you still have malware showing in the scan results


Please go here: Malware Removal Guide

Run all the programmes as advised then post a current Hijack This Log in a new topic in the Malware Forum

If you are unable to run any of the programmes, please ask for advice in the Malware Forum
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