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#1 thatzwhoibe

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Posted 10 September 2007 - 01:59 PM

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I have McAfee Security. I was wondering if I should also have some kind of spyware remover, such as SpyBot--Search and Destroy? How do I know if I have spyware on my computer? I'm pretty new to the computer and especially the internet, so I'm still learning--any help would be appreciated.

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