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Congratulations! Your system is CLEAN :tazz:

How do you prevent spyware from being installed again? We strongly recommend installing SpywareBlaster (it's free for personal use) Click Here.

Prevent the installation of ActiveX-based spyware, adware, browser hijackers, dialers, and other potentially unwanted pests.
Block spyware/tracking cookies in Internet Explorer and Mozilla/Firefox.
Restrict the actions of potentially dangerous sites in Internet Explorer.
Consumes no system resources.

Download, run, check for updates, download updates, select all, protect against checked. All done. Check for updates every couple of weeks. If you have any errors running the program like a missing file see the link at the bottom of the javacool page.

It's also very important to keep your system up to date to avoid unnecessary security risks. Click Here to make sure that you have the latest patches for Windows.

These next two steps are optional, but will provide the greatest protection.
1. Use ANY browser besides Internet Explorer, almost every exploit is crafted to take advantage of an IE weakness. We usually recommend FireFox Posted Image.
2. Install Sun's Java. It's much more secure than Microsoft's Java Virtual Machine .

It's okay to delete the Hijack This folder if everything is working okay.

After doing all these, your system will be thoroughly protected from future threats. ;)

-=jonnyrotten=- :thumbsup:
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I really appreciate what you've done. Thanks.
I will definetly refer to you for any of my problems in the future.

Thanks again. :tazz:
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One last question, can I delete deldomains and elitefix or should I just leave them.
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You can delete them, no further need.... For now hehe. :tazz: Nice work. Browse Safely!

-=jonnyrotten=- ;)
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Alright. Thanks again
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First of all : Hi everybody :thumbsup:

Second of all : I think what you did for sean is awesome ... must have taken a lot of time, considering all the replies !

Third of all : I have the same d*** popup ... of course i also tried the spyware removers ... But i'm not sure of two things ... will it work if i repeat exactly all the steps sean went trough ? (i guess no because it''s not the same configuration ..) As i don't "RuleZ" in computers, does something like a "one-click-poof-it's-gone-great!" program exist ? :tazz:

So any clues ? ;)
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