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Infected with fake Anti-Virus software


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#1 Xperia36

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Posted 05 May 2010 - 02:59 PM

Okay so I turned my computer on and I left for awhile as it booted up. I started surfing for a bit and then I was suddenly attacked by this program that is now attached to my icon tray. It says antivirus software and keeps wanting to buy it's software by telling me my pc is infected. It restricts me from using IE and gives me pop ups to porn websites. I'm not quite sure on how to get rid of this thing. I have ESET NOD32 and I am currently running a scan. Can someone help me get rid of this?

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