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post #21 of Old 05-14-2015, 02:48 PM
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I found the browser add on on my computer not sure where it came from but I got rid of it and everything is working fine now. I have a new laptop and it doesn't have as much protection as my old one so I seem to be picking up everything that comes up the pike. The adware has been the worst.
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post #22 of Old 05-15-2015, 06:42 AM
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I have personally not had any issues on my home computer however my work computer red flagged this site for malicious behavior and locked my entire system down and now I have to get a new computer.

I did tell ARTadmin that this site has something going on.



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I found the browser add on on my computer not sure where it came from but I got rid of it and everything is working fine now. I have a new laptop and it doesn't have as much protection as my old one so I seem to be picking up everything that comes up the pike. The adware has been the worst.
If you don't have any application protecting you from malware, and you don't want to spend any money on it, I would recommend getting Windows Security Essentials installs. You can download it from Microsoft and look up the instructions on how to install it. I've used it with my older computer before I decided on buying one. It does the job pretty well.

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If you don't have any application protecting you from malware, and you don't want to spend any money on it, I would recommend getting Windows Security Essentials installs. You can download it from Microsoft and look up the instructions on how to install it. I've used it with my older computer before I decided on buying one. It does the job pretty well.

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That's what I put on my computer. Also I'm using Malwarebytes, I'm probably going to pop for the full version of that one. It is hunting down and destroying everything for me right now.
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