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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 02-04-2014, 08:54 AM
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Lol i guess your right, little harsh. My mom clicks on everything she sees so I keep a image of hers lol.
Ive been doing this for 6 years so you definitely got some experience on me :P

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^^ I wouldn't go this far. Everyone is susceptible regardless of experience or IQ. I've been in this industry for 36 years, there's no sure thing. Just last week I changed my Dish Network subscription, and purely by coincidence a few days later I received a phishing email with a title something like "your new Dish Network contract". 99.5% of the computer-owning population would have clicked on the attachment.
Thanks, This was a window that covered most of the screen and imitated a security threat that needed immediate attention and required to be fixed now and my computer became completely unusable unless I bought they're security system but they were the only real problem. I was interested in several articles here and it got me twice. The third time I was able to close this forums site and escaped from it. I had to reset my computer to an earlier date and ran Microsofts scan and no threats found. I have over simplified this but that's the just of it.
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Run malwarebytes as well that will find any leftovers also.

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It is a vicious cycle, I had a personal computer that I used for work infected from an email that I received from a co-worker. Turns out she had stopped using that email due to email account because it was compromised and never told anyone.

I got off cheap, it cost me a case of beer from a friend to get it fixed.

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Sorry guys, but this problem with malicious software on the forum is also occurring with Macs. Just as it does not occur with all PC's, it does not occur with all Macs. One thing you can do to help is to go to 'Internet Options'. In Internet Options, click on "Delete History on Exit"
We'll work on the problem at our end as well. Thanks for your patience.

And, for goodness sake, if you do receive a screen that says 'A problem was detected on your computer", don't believe it. Exit that screen, and re-enter Hondaatvforums.net





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