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Karen from Appleton, Wisconsin
I caught one of those buggers at work and it actually blew away part of our security program. IT had to reload my computer. These malware programs often attach to the background even if it appears that they are gone. DEFINITELY run a scan on your computer and I have to agree that Norton doesn't seem to keep up with current viruses and other cyber attacks.
Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Fabric!
there is a fix for that worm at symantec.com. it is very difficult to get rid of, though, even if you follow the directions exactly as they are given. it is worth a try, though. part of this worm is that it continually duplicates itself, and keeps showing up as informing you that you have a "virus", or by showing something that is "near porn" to show that you are "infected". the other poster is right--if you click on any part of this box or little window, you have downloaded it onto your computer. it might be worth taking it to someone who know how to completely delete it--or at least talking to them. good luck!
"life is a banquet, and most poor fools are out there, starving to death!"--"auntie mame"
I purchased Malwarebytes for $25 from computer repair shop. It scans my files periodically and blocks incoming info that would harm my computer. I have anti-virus also.
According to Deloa's website, it has been shut down from Feb 23 - 28..but seemed to work fine for me just now.