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    Ran into a second PC in the last two days that has a newer anti-virus spyware virus. Has anyone come across this one yet? Right now I'm using Malwarebytes in the safe mode to try and kill it. Any other ideas?? Please & thanks

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    There are quit a few sites talking about this and other fraudulent antivirus, antispyware infections. This site lists some steps to help remove this devil. Be careful because some of the sites listed on the Google search get a poor rating from Web Of Trust (WOT).
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    Hi Liam :

    The "Rogue(s)" nowadays usually require a "Preliminary" step be done
    PRIOR to using Malwarebytes Anti-Malware . One of the usual
    "preliminary" steps is to use the FREE "exeHelper" program,
    available at http://www.raktor.net//exeHelper/exehelper.com .

    However, knowing the SPECIFIC "Name" of the Rogue would help in
    providing a more reliable Approach .
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    I have a suggestion for just a case,SUPER AntiSpyware.Here's the link;FREE
    This free program should get the job done!It has worked for me in the past.
    BTW,boot into safe mode.Then run the program.This will help when no programs are running.I would run it as well when you get into the regular desk top.OF course run it first in safe mode.Good luck.
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