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:thumbsup: Today Norton notified me that it found 'bloodhound.exploit.21' on my computer, but was unable to do anything about it. ;)
Is there anything I can do to get rid of it? :tazz: I really can't find anything on this file by doing an internet search.
My computer has been running slower, and slower, and slower....maybe there is more junk on here than needs to be? :cheers:

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Hi Suzhuny

Read through the information in this link.


Please follow the instructions in that link. When you've done them all. You will find the instructions on how to use HijackThis to post a log so we can see what is going on with your computer.

Post the HijackThis log in this thread and someone will be able to help you.
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