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Posted 12 November 2010 - 10:37 PM

Hi. I downloaded and ran something thinking it was an update but then realised too late it was from a site called lazyfirefox. I ran spybot, ad aware, NOD32 and malwarebytes, all of which removed things but didn't solve the problem. Ran them again in Safe Mode but they didn't find anything. Deleted something from hosts that read "::1 localhost" and the problem seems to have stopped. But I'm nervous that it's just hiding.

Any suggestions for what I should do next?

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