twista05
Has anyone else gotten this on their computer? How did you get rid of it?
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wis.gator_old
Ewwww

I just googled that.

When all else fails, save what you need and reformat.
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twista05
wis.gator wrote:


Ewwww

I just googled that.

When all else fails, save what you need and reformat.


I finally got rid of it, the thing would re-direct every time i tried to get to a website that would help me get rid of it, wouldn't let me get into my email or facebook (anything where i could ask someone about it) and disabled my system restore, anti-virus and malware protectors. Basically I just fiddled around until my computer finally realized something was wrong and asked me if i wanted to do a system restore.
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20094ever
diener34 wrote:


Ballsinthebag wrote:


I just don't understand how you people get these things on your computer!

But anyway, only advice is to find if there is anything out there to clean specifically that, and/or repair install depending on your Windows version, or last resort: reformat.

What do you mean...you people?

What to YOU mean...you people?
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ballsinthebag
I just don't understand how you people get these things on your computer!

But anyway, only advice is to find if there is anything out there to clean specifically that, and/or repair install depending on your Windows version, or last resort: reformat.
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pinggk
Brew City Legend wrote:


Twista_05 wrote:


Ballsinthebag wrote:


I just don't understand how you people get these things on your computer!

But anyway, only advice is to find if there is anything out there to clean specifically that, and/or repair install depending on your Windows version, or last resort: reformat.


it wasn't porn man, i went to justin tv to watch the bears game, had to go through a link, got to the game and was watching it when that happened... and i tried scanning with that program mentioned right above me but safety center was blocking it on my computer


That's kind of what happened to me with my old laptop. At the state boys bball games, I was streaming the NCAA Tournament on CBSSportsline.com. Next thing I know, I had the security bots and everything else. I didn't know what to do, so I stopped logging in to all of my accounts and basically stopped using the computer. Now, if I want to use it for document use, I have to have the internet turned off. I can't even have it on now or random pop-ups come up!

Now, low and behold, our netbook just got one two weeks ago. Thankfully I have one working laptop left (this one), or I would really be SOL.



Stop watching so much porn.
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wis.gator_old
You shouldn't get any malware/viruses/trojans from watching porn.
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treehouse1
scan it with MalwareBytes Anti Malware



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twista05
Ballsinthebag wrote:


I just don't understand how you people get these things on your computer!

But anyway, only advice is to find if there is anything out there to clean specifically that, and/or repair install depending on your Windows version, or last resort: reformat.


it wasn't porn man, i went to justin tv to watch the bears game, had to go through a link, got to the game and was watching it when that happened... and i tried scanning with that program mentioned right above me but safety center was blocking it on my computer
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diener34
Ballsinthebag wrote:


I just don't understand how you people get these things on your computer!

But anyway, only advice is to find if there is anything out there to clean specifically that, and/or repair install depending on your Windows version, or last resort: reformat.

What do you mean...you people?
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paladium
diener34 wrote:


Ballsinthebag wrote:


I just don't understand how you people get these things on your computer!

But anyway, only advice is to find if there is anything out there to clean specifically that, and/or repair install depending on your Windows version, or last resort: reformat.

What do you mean...you people?


I don't like being called 'you people.'
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brewcitylegend
Twista_05 wrote:


Ballsinthebag wrote:


I just don't understand how you people get these things on your computer!

But anyway, only advice is to find if there is anything out there to clean specifically that, and/or repair install depending on your Windows version, or last resort: reformat.


it wasn't porn man, i went to justin tv to watch the bears game, had to go through a link, got to the game and was watching it when that happened... and i tried scanning with that program mentioned right above me but safety center was blocking it on my computer


That's kind of what happened to me with my old laptop. At the state boys bball games, I was streaming the NCAA Tournament on CBSSportsline.com. Next thing I know, I had the security bots and everything else. I didn't know what to do, so I stopped logging in to all of my accounts and basically stopped using the computer. Now, if I want to use it for document use, I have to have the internet turned off. I can't even have it on now or random pop-ups come up!

Now, low and behold, our netbook just got one two weeks ago. Thankfully I have one working laptop left (this one), or I would really be SOL.
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ballsinthebag
Haha you people... I mean by you people who get viruses/spybots/trojans/malware etc.

Although I will admit you can have the stuff sneak up on you when you least expect it.
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Attitude is Everything
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wis.gator_old
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