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Unread postby pitypet » March 13th, 2011, 8:32 pm

i have been going nuts trying to fix this problem. my computer is extremely slow and freezes up for a few minutes at a time. the only thing i've been able to do is find the name of the virus using stinger. it is a fake alert trojan and the entire thing reads
then it read that it was a fakealert-REPtrojan
i ran malwarbytes in safe mode but it didn't find any problems. i use mcafee total protection and that didn't stop the virus. can someone please help me? i have a startup list but it's all greek to me and i don't really know what the purpose of that is. i'm thinking it is something that will help you determine which virus i have but i already know that. if i'm wrong let me know and i'll add it.
thank you, sue
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Re: fake alert trojan

Unread postby NonSuch » March 14th, 2011, 2:30 am

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