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Possible Network infection ?


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#1 Jamie Lawther

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Posted 16 April 2009 - 06:44 PM

Hi This is my first post at BC ...

Okay ... so I have XP SP3 on my desktop and my friend connected his laptop via ethernet (faster ! XD) and my computer is also connected via ethernet ... He has Vista Home Premium and an infection (CiD) ??? and like 2 minutes after he connected his laptop i got an ip warning ... that looked counterfit it said that my network had an ip conflict ... So I checked BT Hub Manager and all the connected devices had different Ip's ... could that infection have come from his computer ??? Untill he connected his laptop i had no warnings like that from waay last summer ... I had Vundo then and re-formatted ... so that wasn't the problem ... Please help !!!

I am running Avast! Home Edition 4.8 (Updated) and Comodo Internet security and Spybot - S&D

(Btw ... I am unable to provide you with any HJT Logs ... I am posting from my Vista Laptop and refuse to turn on the desktop as the last time it got a virus ... I got the blame ... But am happy to provide with any more info)

Jamie Lawther
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