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XP Anti-Spyware


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#1 CrossPanzer

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Posted 27 March 2011 - 06:36 AM

It's not the first time I had this kind of problem. Tells me that I have lots of spyware and reccomends that I purchase XP Anti-Spyware. As with XP Anti-Virus, won't allow me to open certain programs that might be able to find it like MalwareBytes. Hell, it won't let me open a music file without popping up with fake alerts.

It won't allow me to use internet browsers without redirecting me so I'm using a laptop instead.

The file it's stemming from is called 0.8847407044236341.exe. It's filepath is C:\DOCUME~1\[user]\LOCALS~1\Temp\0.8847407044236341.exe, a location I cannot access.

Currently backing up my current files and planning on doing a reformat of the drive. Though I am open to more effective alternatives.

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Posted 27 March 2011 - 06:38 AM

It also appears in the form of rtf.exe, but I recieve no alerts about it as I do the other one.




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