palinka 18:11 12 Feb 10

I've just run Malwarebytes and it found
Has removed it, but is there anything else I need to do?

  GaT7 20:05 12 Feb 10

Well, to be on the safe side, run HijackThis (HT) click here, & post the resultant log in a dedicated HT forum like click here (instructions before posting click here). They may ask you to run other programs like ComboFix as well.

You can also do a quick HT DIY analysis via click here. Do NOT manually remove anything 'suspect' on your own, but rather ask for help on one of those forums. All the best with it. G

P.S. More HT-related forums at click here (see left column), so you can choose whichever one you fancy

  birdface 09:44 13 Feb 10

I would follow Crossbow7s instructions and don't use on line banking until you know the computer is clean.Then maybe change your on line banking username and password just to be in the safe side.

  palinka 09:54 16 Feb 10

thank you both. I posted on PCHelp and followed their instructions and computer is now clean.

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