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    FYI: Norton keeps finding and removing this file when I am on this site

    Already cleared my temp files and cache as well as rebooting.


    Full Path: c:\users\eric's pc\appdata\local\microsoft\windows\temporary internet files\content.ie5\gf86k3os\opt_content[1].js
    Threat: Adware.Popuppers
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    On computers as of Not Available
    Last Used 4/23/2013 at 12:29:17 PM
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    Number of users in the Norton Community that have used this file: Unknown
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    This file risk is high.
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    Threat Details
    Threat type: Adware. Programs whose main purpose is to facilitate the delivery of advertising content.
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    File: c:\users\eric's pc\appdata\local\microsoft\windows\temporary internet files\content.ie5\gf86k3os\opt_content[1].js
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    File Thumbprint - SHA:
    a32d7ecb0259b9b5bbf744e628b82d161b4d48f1ae37e702a9 fb89cc0b826087
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    File Thumbprint - MD5:
    fe7f57594ca5e72226d98b83a95973bc
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    Try downloading and running this.

    http://software-files-a.cnet.com/s/s...&fileName=mbam

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    Anthony, Got a page not found on the link, can u repost it.

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    Yeah, malwarebytes should take care of it.


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    Malwarebytes didn't do it, but it looks like Hitman Pro did take care of it.

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    Wow, I am saddened by malwarebytes' failure

    Glad you got it cleaned up, though.

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    Nah, it came back a few minutes later. I know it's harmless, but THe message keeps popping up when Norton catches it and removes it.

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    I tried reading up on it for you. Does it occur when you're browsing the Internet? Are you using a specific browser?

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    using IE did this " iexplore -extoff " and it seemed to stop. So it is coming from an add-on. Now which one ??????

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