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#1 aveshel

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Posted 23 April 2011 - 09:25 AM

My internet explorer browser encounteted great difficulty. Internet explorer emergency mode is turned on and it fails to get me to most sites, as the screen says the sites are blocking me as my computer is possibly infected with malicious software and that I may be a victim of identify theft. E-set antivirus constantly pops up warning me that an active virus has been detected, such as well as Spyware Banker ID or NetPumper, that may monitor my browsing habits and that I must buy their anti-virus software. E-set virus also pops up constantly and says that 31 threats have been detected to my computer. In fact, an E-st anti-virus screen never leaves my screen. I can not get rid of it. I ran avast and it detected no virus infections. But my browsers have been greatly adversely infected. I have windows XP. Please advise as to what to do. Thank you!! Me e-mail adddress is asg1jd@yahoo.com.

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