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#1 50crckt51

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Posted 30 December 2011 - 12:01 AM

This annoyance was detected on my system by MalwareBytes. As a rule of thumb I scan at least once a week, and this did not appear on the last scan roughly five days hence. Mbam seems to have dealt with this event as far as quarantine and deletion. First question is directed at the severity of this particular intrusion? Second is as to how involved the removal process will be if a threat still exsists?
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