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Windows seven, browser files attacked??


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#1 Charissakarr

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Posted 11 July 2013 - 08:40 AM

My computer started up really strangely about week ago starting with a black screen and lots of numbers before being replaced with my system telling me it needed to be cleaned or something I can't remember but my computer died so I couldn't do what it said. Next everything starting running slowly especially my Internet and now some sites are saying they don't have a certificate? But those sites are google, Facebook, tumblr ect. Now when I click the start button it's saying alot o my files have been changed. I have run avast and malware bytes to no avail.

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Posted 11 July 2013 - 10:53 AM

It would help a great deal if you could post the exact messages, what you have posted is too vague to discern what is happening.

 

Have you run scans with any other antivirus or spyware programs?


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