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Got a strange pop-up a while ago, been suspicious of spyware.


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#1 dinyoh

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Posted 04 February 2016 - 02:39 PM

Hello,

 

Just a few weeks ago my Dad was on my computer, browsing through youtube, when he got a pop-up saying something like "The server is watching you" and he only decided to tell me about it now... I've been a bit suspicious on the possibility i may have spyware or someone monitoring my net for a good long while now, and this just basically seems like a bomb i failed to disarm.

 

I should also add that i'm running windows 10, and that when i check task manager i notice that there are always two com surrogates running that will disappear shortly after opening it.

 

Would be much appreciated if anyone could help out here, my head has been running over this for a long time and thought it was about time to see if i'm in the clear or not.

Thanks for your time!



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Posted 04 February 2016 - 05:16 PM

Should also mention i'm attempting a system scan with spybot which seems to get stuck on around 99% scanning "Zlob,ZipCodec downloaded Files". Not sure if this is a common bug or not.






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