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#1 kms2012


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Posted 22 November 2012 - 10:43 PM

Good evening and happy holidays to all! New member as of five mins ago, joined after searching via Google about virus/trojan/rootkit removal steps and I must say its got the most hits out there. Id rather not play around and screw my pc up any more than it has become thanks to w/e bs hacker/malicious POS that created the botch in my system. I had Mcafee preinstalled, which ran out of subscription time, and I chose to not update it. After about 9mos I decided to install avg via a c-net link and voila my system showed immdiate signs of an issue. Prior to that I couldn't get windows to update anything and Mcafee had control over the firewall and all it pertains to. Why, even when twas active, Mcafee had total control of the firewall I don't know and don't like one bit. Anyone else agree or know why?

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