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w32.conycspa.g@mm mass mailing prog

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#1 saltfordcolin


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Posted 23 August 2005 - 09:35 AM


I've recently had broadband installed (Telewest Blueyonder UK)

Every time I switch on the PC and activate my broadband connection by PC is attacked by the virus "w32.conycspa.g@mm" (its a mass mailing prog).

My Norton AntiVirus program blocks it so it dosen't become active on the PC.

Is there any reason why my PC should be targeted in this way or is it usual?
(if it's usual I can simply set Norton AntiVirus to block this in the background without telling me)

Could there be something on my PC (trojan or the like) which is inviting an attack by this virus.

I'm using Outpost Pro as my firewall.

Any advice would be appreciated

Best Regards


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#2 unrepper


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Posted 23 August 2005 - 11:12 AM

Here is nortons fix. You probably recieved this as an email for a free screensaver or something to that effect. Ths is a common practice.

If the norton fix doesn't help follow the steps here

post back if you need further assistance
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#3 saltfordcolin

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Posted 24 August 2005 - 09:57 AM

Thanks unrepper for the reply. The problems seems to have been solved. (fixed through some HJT recomendations)

Many Thanks and Best Regards


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