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#1 nancy jo

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Posted 09 February 2010 - 07:47 PM

I have used Bleeping Computer.com in the past many times, a wonderful website! But I have some interesting things happening on my computer, Windows XP. I have tried various things, and still to no avail. Last week when trying to log on to ebay, at sign on I was asked to provide them with my social security number, credit card number, ATM card number along with my pin #. The page looked suspicious and of course I did not provide them with the information. I tried to contact ebay, but if you cannot log on it is not possible. Later that evening I got a blue screen of death. Restarted computer and all was well, but still unable to log into ebay.

A day or 2 later, I woke up to the blue screen of death with the following information in the report contents: Temp files1\WER7odl.dir00\mini020410-admp and Temp dir00\sysdata.xml error signature BCC code 1000008e

I am running Mozilla Firefox 3.6 version. I have uninstalled it and reinstalled it. Also scanned all files in Safemode. Thought Spybot got it, but it came back.

Last night I followed directions on here for mbam, AFT cleaner & Superantispyware and followed all directions. Report found 1 registry change, named:Adware, thought that I was able to delete it, but it is still here! I am still being directed to the bogus sign in page. I am up for any suggestions.

Edit: Moved topic from Introductions to the more appropriate forum. ~ Animal

Edited by Animal, 10 February 2010 - 12:14 AM.

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