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Got Something From Htepo.com That I Can't Get Off. Please Help!

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#1 Trevon


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Posted 13 November 2007 - 08:08 PM

So like I said it is from htepo.com. It's even got 2 Shortcuts on the desktop that seem to be undeletable. Every time I do it just comes back, not sure how long it takes to come back though. It has added a "Security Toolbar 7.1." And even thought I unselect it to show up on the web browser everything a new browser is opened it's there. It gives warnings that look they are Microsofty but never seen anything like it before this. ďFatal Error!" And something else that suggests that I download something else. I get pop up Internet browsers leading to similar sites and to a whole lot more things. I think that is just about everything. Iíve tried looking around but have not found anything that links to of that the desktop icons leak to. O.K. so if I could get you help ASAP that would be Awesome because itís buggn. Oh ya just one more thing and when ever I open up an internet window it always goes to


even though thought the Internet Explorer, properties, home page is still set to something else.(google.com)

Ok now that's all. Thanks for you time!!!!

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#2 buddy215


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Posted 13 November 2007 - 08:58 PM

Install Super Antispyware free. Run it in safe mode. Allow it to quarantine whatever it finds.

If SAS doesn't completely remove the malware, use Smitfraudfix in the link below. Follow the directions carefully.

Please post back the results
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