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Aol E-mail account sending spam

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#1 The Dudeness

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Posted 08 July 2013 - 02:50 PM



Yesterday while checking out my college e-mail account, I noticed an e-mail from another e-mail account used on this computer, it was some wierd .html link that I did not click. So I logged onto Aol(American Online) and then went to the spam sending e-mail account and checked the "sent" message and sure shooting, on 7/5 it sent 3 messages each with 10-12 different recipents on each message, strange thing is, they are people I know but, I never contacted them on this computer.


My computer runs Windows Vista Home premium, 32bit Os


I've ran MSE, nothing

Ran Malwarebytes(expired trial), nothing.


A couple weeks ago I had issues with a "alueron.gq" trojan, managed to get rid of it before it did any harm though, I can post the old thread if needed.  I'am wondering if the computer is still infected possibly. I know Alueron types like stealing information. 

Hope I can get to the bottom of this.






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