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Can't get rid of Morwill Search

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In the last few weeks, my Internet Express somehow opens by itself and plants a Morwill Search page on my screen, usually twice. I don't use Internet Express at all anymore, only Mozilla Firefox. But somehow (even when I'm actively on Firefox) a Morwill Search screen opens behind what I'm doing, and when I put away Firefox, there it is! I've run AdAware SE (full system search), and Spybot Search and Destroy; neither seems to be able to get rid of this. Searches on snopes and other virus websites don't mention Morwill yet...can anyone tell me what this is, and how to get rid of it? Is it dangerous, or just a nuisance? Have I been hijacked and don't know it? (We're on RoadRunner Cable and have a wireless router and firewall). Thanks, anyone!
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Sounds like spyware to me. Go HERE and follow the recommendation and directions. If you require more help, create a new post in the Malware Forum

The malware guys are quite busy, so whatever you can do on your own would help a lot. Try to be patient if no one replies right away.

By the way, Google has a ton of hits on Morwill. Definitely Spyware!

Edited by makai, 15 December 2005 - 04:29 PM.

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