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Shadow1100

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I had this &*^$ on my comp. I spent at least an hour looking to get my desk top back. I finnally went here: http://www.hijackthi...gselect=english
I scanned with Hijack, had it analized, and had my desktop back in just a few minutes.
I hope this can help others.
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Hello, Shadow1100.

Automated scanning tools miss most of the worse infections because many of them use random files, they can also have false positives.

If you would like someone to manually verify it's clean, you can post a Hijackthis log here if you want. :tazz:

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