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#1 kimster~

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Posted 27 December 2008 - 01:08 PM

Hi...
need a bit of help here..
recently, i must have clicked on one of those links, that msn automatically sents, if your msn has a virus, so my com started to send ppl random links..my friend told me to uninstall and reinstall msn, which i did...
i'm not sure if i'm still sending random links to people, but my msn now,keeps signing out automatically..
is there a way i can fix that?
and if i'm still sending people weird links, how can i get rid of it? i know it's some ware thing.. but can't find a suitable program to get rid of it..

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Posted 28 December 2008 - 11:25 AM

If your system got infected when you clicked on the link, uninstalling and reinstalling MSN Messenger did not/will not get rid of the infection. The virus/malware was in the link, not Messenger itself, so it is possible that you still have an infected computer.
I will inform the moderators of your post-which may be moved to the Am I Infected? forum. You will receive guidance by experts to find out if your system is infected and if it is, how to remove the infection.




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