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#1 Jan-Erik

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Posted 19 March 2007 - 01:04 PM

Hello, I have obvious some spyware program which i cannot get rid of in spite of using spy bot search and destroy. It looks as it redirect ipadresses as can be seen on the example. I have aprogram installed called ID idenifier which gives the name of the server. I deal a lot with a company in sweden WWW. intab.se Now Id idenifiocation comes up with the following. Callinf Id verification tests have found the following Site is not listed as an active organization . The server www.se is defined in your local machine in a locatioon different than its internet location. The liocation you reached is windows2. city network.se THE SITE OWNER HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED ETC ETC . the site currently accessed has a calling id risk accessment of high risk. Here is Tom's Id verification ( theit where I am now) HIGH RISK with the message: The server Forums tomcoyoye.org is defined in your local machine etc etvc (se above) but the location yiou have reached is is geeks11.Geekstogo.com How to get rid of ogf this transformation. I'm using Mcaffe last version og virus and fire wall and update every day. I do backups every day (maxtor) . Op is windows Xp . What can be done to fix the problem. the following: Appreciate your help Jan-erik steen

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