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2 Month Old Security Tool Virus plus Newly Acquired Vista Anti-Malware Virus

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#1 fmwross2


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Posted 13 April 2010 - 01:21 AM

I'm new here. I just found this site on Google search because I just got a second virus, or maybe its the old one popping up again, I don't know.

First off, the old one: Basically a couple of months ago I was downloading some free software from a website and I got from what I can decipher the Security Tool virus. I looked online and tried a couple of methods of getting rid of it one being doing some stuff (I don't remember exactly what) and deleting the file and one being downloading a program. I thought that they worked, but there must be remnants because my ISP put a secured sites block on me because weeks later it was sending out bulk email. Anyways, I was just living with that until I was going to take it in somewhere.

Now I don't know how I did it this time, but I keep getting stuff popping up all over the place saying Vista AntiMalware - Unregistered Version and telling me I need to upgrade. Another thing says Keylogger Detected. Another one keeps popping up asking me to buy an unnamed product with a green check mark on the front. It says I have a Spyware infection where all the startup icons appear. It says I have harmful viruses.

It flashes something called Trojanaspx.js.win32.

What's the first step I should take?

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