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MMS Service Studio

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#1 rlehto


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Posted 31 October 2009 - 08:38 AM

I am a very safe user. Run Avast!, and do a weekly Spybot scan. I was having some "odd" issues on the PC over past few days. Just wasn't running right. I did a boot scan w/Avast, and did a scan with Spybot. Avast found nothing. Spybot found a group of items, all removed.

Still browser seemed slow. Went through <Tools><Options> and under "Connections" tab, there was an entry to use "MMS Service Studio" in the dial up and VPN settings. When I do searches on MMS Studio, I find links to ".HU" domains, which makes me suspicious. I also do not find anything that says how it got loaded, or what it's purpose in life is.

I do not tether my cell phone to this PC, and have not loaded anything in months.

Also, when I then checked my "Privacy" and "Security" tabs for those settings, the slider bar had been removed, and the pop up blocker had been unchecked.

Obviously, something happened, I believe it has something to do with "MMS Service Studio" suddenly showing up in "Connections", but I cannot find anything about it that is useful.

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