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Home Computer Infected

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#1 MAC91


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Posted 06 April 2010 - 04:41 PM

I have a home computer that is continually receiving warning messages that my browser is under attack and the security software has blocked a certain web page due to potentially dangerous activity. The cursor will lock up sporadically and eventually come back to life after about 1-2 minutes of freezing up.

I am running Windows XP Professional Service Pack 3

I use Trend Micro Internet Security Pro 2009 and use Firefox as my browser of choice

Firefox continuously crashes in all types of random spots

I have also noticed the term Google-Analytics.com as a suspicious site being tagged


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