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Is my Mac infected?


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#1 swens

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 07:07 AM

First, I have no idea if this indicates an infection but I'd like to know where to start. I am running iAntivirus and all scans indicate no infection but I also no that infections, depending on origin, can be missed. My question is simply, how can I find out if I'm infected and what do I do. The problem manifests itself as a "blue screen" from which I have to hold down the power button to force a restart. I've only noticed it while using hotmail through MSN on the web. There's only been one instance where this happened outside of hotmail but I'm not really sure if that's significant. I'm not finding much assistance for Macs here but thought I'd ask. I've been a frequent user AND contributor to Bleeping Computer in the past and appreciate the help I've received for mmy PC's. This is the first time for my Mac. Please help if you can.

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