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#1 Doomsis

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Posted 13 June 2011 - 10:52 AM

I accidentally visited a sight that shows my ip address and I've been visiting sites that convert urls in mp3. One time I tried to visit 'devianart.com' it went to a false sight with a white screen and links so maybe it has something to do with my browser. I've been experiencing this for 2 days. My avast that alerts if the site is good or bad has been turning off so I don't know if the site I am going to is good or bad. My avast it updated to latest version. I know I had service pack 3 and when I went to automatic updates, somehow something removed it. Every time i restart computer it flashes a black screen when desktop loads. Is it normal to see the dos window after updating to service pack 3? I've noticed the cursor has been loading when I'm not even doing nothing. Whatever it is - it keeps opening 'my computer'. Ever since I converted a url and downloaded as an mp3 file, my computer has been experiencing this. My avast claimed that it was a safe site so i downloaded from it. (flvto.com) I've noticed when I keep logging into my router options on my dir 655, I keep getting kicked off so I have to relogin with my password then i get connection reset- i haven't even changed anything. Could possibly someone is on it that knows my ip address? Keylogger? I've ran my avast several times and does not detect anything. Right now I just installed service pack 3, which was mysteriously removed somehow because I just noticed it. I used firefox addon noscript and when i shortly after i removed it, the clicking started happening and clicking on adds. Avast updates on its own, but when i try to update it it says it's already latest version. My avast updates a lot so I'm guessing that's normal?

I do not wish to reboot computer losing all files because I wish to keep my files. I share this computer with others.

update: I thought it was gone, but looks like the random clicking came back. It go's away then it comes back. I hope it's not a person.

Edited by Doomsis, 13 June 2011 - 03:18 PM.
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Posted 17 June 2011 - 03:02 PM

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