Greetings Bleeping Computer,
I have a very interesting situation going on here. As I mentioned in my Introduction I am a musician/DJ and I have a MySpace page. I've had a MySpace page since 2005 but back in July my computer was hijacked from a fake video codec download that was posted on MySpace. After I got control of my computer again, I had several cleanings of the registry, etc. and my computer seems to be back to normal, the problem is, after I regained control of my computer I discovered the MySpace account had been deleted. I lost two and a half years of contacts, friends, etc. I started another account with the same name but different e-mail address, that one was quickly deleted. This happened 3 more times then finally I had one that seemed like it was going to last. It lasted for about 2 1/2 months. It was deleted last week. I was able to contact MySpace about this but of course they are not giving me any support or answering any questions I have with any answers that pertain to the questions I've been asking. The only response that made any sense was, "If you are using spam bots your account will be deleted. So I figured out the hijacking most likely embedded a spambot into my account and their spam filters caught it as such. Here's where it gets complicated, I have also started a few accounts for a few bands that I know and quickly turned over access to them. All I did was get the account started for them. One of those friends, I recently discovered, has some kind of "friend generator" on their page now. My question is, Is it possible that the MySpace spam filters are picking up the generator they have and matching it to my IP address and not theirs? and why aren't the other accounts, especially theirs, getting deleted? It's very frustrating to work hard on the html codes and getting my page back up, starting all over again only to get deleted time after time while nothing happens to the page with the generator in it. Is there any way that I can check to see if my computer has a hidden embedded process that is running? Is it possible that MySpace thinks the generator is on my account and not on the person that has it?