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Popupkiller "smileycenter" bevat virus? Iemand sug

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  • Hallo, Ik gebruik al tijden een popupkiller van Smileycenter, je krijgt er dan leuke smileys bij die je kan versturen in je email en andere leuke dingen. http://www.smileycentral.com Maar.....sinds ik een week of drie geleden opnieuw deze popupkiller probeerde te downloaden krijg ik een virusmelding van een of andere Trojan. Ik durf dat ding dus niet meer te installeren :( Iemand suggesties voor een andere goede popupkiller? Groetjes Mirjam
  • Ik draai nog op een pentium 2 met windows 98 :roll:
  • Die leuke smileys etc hebben je systeem besmet met malware. Post een Hijackthis log aub. http://computercops.biz/downloads-file-328.html
  • [quote:7f165cfc45="=Rieske="]Die leuke smileys etc hebben je systeem besmet met malware. Post een Hijackthis log aub. http://computercops.biz/downloads-file-328.html[/quote:7f165cfc45] Misschien dat ik niet helemaal duidelijk was, ik heb dus niks geinstalleerd. Ik krijg die virusmelding op het moment dat ik op "download" klik, virus wordt op dat moment al gelijk door anti-virusscanner gezien, er wordt dan niks gedownload meer omdat virusscanner dit blokt. Als ik mijn virusscanner draai dan detecteert hij; dropper.funweb.A en verwijdert het netjes. Dus heb eigenlijk verder nergens last van, zou alleen graag een andere popupkiller willen....... Groetjes weer :D
  • Je begrijpt me verkeerd, die zgn popup killer is meuk. Vandaar dat we eerst je systeem moeten cleanen. Daarna kom ik met het advies Mozilla Firefox te gaan gebruiken, die bevat een ingebouwde popup killer èn is vele malen veiliger dan IE. Voor de geïnteresseerden, nu ook NL versie: http://downloads.mozdev.org/mozillanl/Firefox-NL/FirefoxSetup-0.9.3-nl-NL.exe
  • [quote:3c6608ea67="=Rieske="]Je begrijpt me verkeerd, die zgn popup killer is meuk. Vandaar dat we eerst je systeem moeten cleanen. Daarna kom ik met het advies Mozilla Firefox te gaan gebruiken, die bevat een ingebouwde popup killer èn is vele malen veiliger dan IE. Voor de geïnteresseerden, nu ook NL versie: http://downloads.mozdev.org/mozillanl/Firefox-NL/FirefoxSetup-0.9.3-nl-NL.exe[/quote:3c6608ea67] Ik moet zo dadelijk weg, zal later eens kijken wat dat "hijjack log" is. Maar die mozilla, dat is toch een andere browser? Is die behalve veilig, ook stabiel? Want IE 6 die ik nu dus heb, geeft na verloop van tijd altijd weer problemen inderdaad, foutmeldingen en zo..... Meestal zet ik dan een backup/image terug en dan werkt alles weer een tijdje :D Groetjes weer :D
  • Als een huis...
  • popoops... http://www.snapfiles.com/get/popoops.html helpt tegen pop-ups
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