When I discovered today that my homepage had been hijacked again, I had no worries. I had been down this road before and the good folks at McAfee had shown me the path to freedom. I set forth confidently into my registry and made the necessary changes to set things right once more. Imagine my shock, however, when my registry mysteriously reset itself before my very eyes. I tried again and again to correct it, but to no avail. I sought guidance from the Microsoft website only to find it was written in some esoteric tongue which my feeble mind could not grasp. Even the mighty wizards at McAfee came up short with the CWShredder program. Just when all seemed lost, a link to SpywareInfo provided a glimmer of hope. After reading the FAQs several times and downloading HijackThis it seemed I had the tools to exorcise the demons within my system. Comparing the log generated by HT to the list of BHOs on the SWI site showed the path ahead clearly. Once again my computer is under my control, free from outside influence. Even better, I now have the tools and the knowledge to make sure it stays that way. I cannot express enough gratitude to all those involved in providing this site and this software. You are truly counted among the most decent and honorable.
Now, anybody want to bet that going through all this greif won't stop me from looking at free porn?
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