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Thread poster: kaydee
kaydee
Local time: 05:20
English to Greek
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Jun 15, 2005

Hallo there,
last night I had a security warning on my pc. I ran a full scan, and some files were indeed infected - and supposedly disinfected afterwards. But I noticed there was this PSGuard notice on my monitor, and when I restarted my computer it was still there, asking me to buy the program etc. Now, I notice some small changes in my pc. I don't really remember having the PSGuard program in my pc. So I basically deleted it. Would anyone know anything about it?
Thanks.
K


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davidgreen
German to English
spyware Jun 15, 2005

See forums such as this one http://www.askmarvin.ca/forums/index.php?showtopic=3697
to remove it. If it's too complicated, let the members know you're not a programmer and ask them to talk you through the process.
More info on your specific spyware is here:
http://us.pandasoftware.com/about/press/viewNews.aspx?noticia=6304


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kaydee
Local time: 05:20
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too complicated Jun 15, 2005

Many thanks, David. The truth is I have seen this site, but it was far too complicated for my poor brain. But I will do as you suggested, contact them and ask for advice.
many thanks again.
K


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