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regtask software to open jpg in yahoo mail?


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#1 donatello

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Posted 28 January 2013 - 08:46 PM

I went to my yahoo mail and was doing a jpg search. in the past, all the jpg's in all my mail showed as a thumbnail. NOW when I search, the mail that contained jpg's comes up but no thumbnails. At the top of the page states, "Open JPG (Recommended)Free Download To Open JPG Files Now! 100% Guaranteed.FasterPCDownloads.com" comes up. Not wanting to just download something I never heard of, a bit of research turns up that this or something with same name, is a trojan??? or am I wrong. What would you use to view jpg's (yahoo mail with firefox browser)

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 05:44 PM

Hi -
Are you sure that All the items that you are searching are Genuine, or are some of them SPAM that should be deleted (without opening) ??

Have you downloaded any ?? SpeedUpMyPC or similar type of programs recently ??

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Posted 03 February 2013 - 12:14 PM

i recognize the emails from known friends/family. I've only downloaded known software (malwarebytes, etc.) from trusted sites like cnet.com or original vendors. NEVER would SpeedUpMyPC ! I think the commercials are deceiving and ridiculous.




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