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#1 DrewV


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Posted 21 November 2008 - 08:23 AM

My son has a second computer in his room that I know is infected with the rogue anti virus "Antivirus Pro 2009".
I cannot get the computer to let me link to Bleepingcomputer.com or to any site with Malware anti virus. I keep getting redirected. The computer is running windows xp and had PcCillin 2008 installed on it. the computer was turned off for several weeks and the virus protection updates were not current. Now when I try to update the protection it will not connect to PcCillins site either. Can someone help me out? I used Bleeping Computer a long time ago with an issue and TexasT
(I think that was the user name) really helped me out. I could not remember the user name or password I had back then so I created a new one today.

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#2 buddy215


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Posted 21 November 2008 - 09:31 AM

See info in the link below for removal of the malware.

You can download Malwarebytes program on another computer and then transfer to the infected computer using
a CD or other medium.
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