Virus site bugging me

August 8, 2007 at 00:03:14
Specs: windows xp, -

My new system tray (virus) constantly makes warning that I have somekind virus in my site and should buy their product. When I right or left click that lowerright bottom tray it just goes straight to this site. It's somekind of latvian virus crime site which robs money from people and I STRONLY recommend going there with firewall: http://www.virusprotectpro.com

And my panda antivirus/firewall doesn't find anything. So could you recommend another program or can I remove that system tray manually? I'm about to reinstall windows since I always hate when my pc game interrups cos of that constant tray warning.


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#1
August 8, 2007 at 01:41:17

I just came in to say that topic is one of the worst puns I've seen in a long time. Good job.

Google's first hit:

EDIT: You know what? Computing.Net won't let me post it. No kidding. I have no idea what the powers that be have against precise security.com, but the grudge keeps the link from working.


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#2
August 8, 2007 at 02:22:35

Yea right. Virus protect pro, just another rogue anti spyware program. Check the discussion below to learn more:
http://www.2-spyware.com/forum/topi...
Never ever trust these guys.

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#3
August 8, 2007 at 11:28:31

Thanks for help, I got it off now. I did it with spyware doctor and it found 112 other infections as well and my win works now great. It was all my foult since I forgot to put firewall back on after game.

I was also bit suprised that it wasn't that rare site. Isn't there possibility to close sites like that or sue them?


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#4
August 8, 2007 at 11:40:32

skyvi, thats website is a hacker heaven. hackers wait at this website to steal info from you have hold it for ramson. crazy! ok back to the subject, try this:
1) right click on taskbar
2) select "Task Manager"
3) go to processes tab
4) sort the list by user name
5) go through and google every one of those image name to find out which one it is(make sure you add the file extensions, for example:.exe,.dll,etc.
6) Once you found which one, do a search of your whole computer

once your done post back :)


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#5
August 8, 2007 at 11:51:29

OK...nevermind about my response. i think you should download adware and spybot. don't forget to scan your ports to see what's open or closed.

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#6
August 8, 2007 at 23:31:13

This is the second post in regards to rogue anti-spyware programs in as many days.... whats going on?

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