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Avast Tech Support has got me suspicious


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#1 ajt49

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Posted 24 February 2015 - 11:04 PM


:step1: I did just have a problem getting my new license to Avast Secureline (VPN) to work.  I called Avast free tech support and "marvin" used remote access to find windows errors and driver faults. He did something very similiar to this but wtih more command prompts  http://krebsonsecurity.com/2012/03/aghast-at-avasts-iyogi-support.  So I just wanted to have someone look over my computer for performance and security measures.  I did get my Secureline license to work after downloading java ( i guess i hadnt before) and setting windows defender off ( oops)


:step3: Windows 7 premium



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