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My Post in the hijack logs has not been answered

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#1 starkiki


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Posted 22 April 2009 - 11:26 PM

This post has been edited by Orange Blossom: Today, 02:59 PM
Reason for edit: Deactivate malicious link. ~ OB

Is this okay? I dont understand the reason for editing
other peoples post.

I mean she could of answered it for me but edit it?
I dont know about that.
Just thought id check and ask make sure
my pc is being remotely controlled
by someone somewhere who has all my passwords

(I wouldnt be surprized)... :thumbsup: LOL
The things they can do these days is both scary, concerning but truly amazing!!!


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#2 tg1911


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Posted 22 April 2009 - 11:48 PM

Any malicious links found, are deactivated to prevent members from accidentally clicking them, and getting infected.
Posts can be edited by Moderators, Global Moderators, Site Admins, and Admin.

The reason she didn't answer your post, is because she is not one of our malware removal experts.
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