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A check up for possible infection

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#1 Whitenoise


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Posted 28 May 2010 - 11:55 PM

Hi i'm new here so greetings to all.

I'm writing this topic just to ask some more pro people things i don't really know.From time to time i got many signs that made believe something is wrong with my pc.(Im running windows xp home ed. Sp3).Before a year when shopping online through a site,in the main page suddedly instead of appearing the main page was a black screen in the brownser sayin' (as i remember) "your web is property now of the palestinian hacker...etc".When i load the site with a different pc from another location the site was ok.I even called them and they didn't know anything.Anyways,this time i got some issues.I received an msn request from a person i dont know and also i have some other signs such as slow pc etc.I run kaspersky internet security.(scanned many times but it's not finding anything).Also i have the latest updates except that i left my explorer to 7 because the 8 is causing problems with sonar.
That i'm i asking is if you could help me check if something is wrong in terms of hack,trojan,worm,spyware etc.
And also that i got is that when im signin my live messenger and then want to go to my email i have to re sign in.And this is suddedly occured.

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