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#1 booze_cake

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Posted 05 July 2004 - 12:47 PM

hello,

i seem to have viruses and they are freaking me out. i ran nortons 2004 and got this:

bridge.dll
bridge.dll
jao.dll
jao.dll
msbb.exe
ncase[1].exe

but norton cannot delete these files. i had a virus a long time ago on my old computer and i was ono a similar site like this and it was great. i used hijack this and followed instructions and it was done in a day.

do i need hijack this? cause i have it.

thanks for any help.

#2 Nuke&Pave

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Posted 05 July 2004 - 06:58 PM

You'll notice NAV04 calls these "At Risk" files, not viruses. My unofficial guess is that this was the least "legally threatening" term Symantec could use, so as to not get sued by these evil but entirely legal (for now) crapware companies. These are, by definition, Adware.


www.sarc.com, use "Search" and type in the name of the threat (adware.ncase, for example) and follow the removal instructions. Good luck.

I do not speak for Symantec on this issue. The above information is based on a dream I had once and in no way implies I have any association with Symantec.

+thank you, end call
I suggest you turn off the computer, burn down the house, and run for your life.




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