google toolbar giving me grief/123mania

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by fredcromer, Jun 30, 2004.

  1. fredcromer

    fredcromer Guest

    i'm sure that it was my google toolbar that was the cause of the mimail
    virus on my comp, i removed the toolbar, and ran the same sweeps as i have
    done previous, but this time, i managed to get rid of the 123Mania, and a
    few others that were lurking about, spysweeper did the job....i'm guessing
    tho',that although its reporting theres nowt wrong now, they'll return
    soon...(the best content ), is the title to a site/page that pops up out of
    nowhere,especially when clicking on IE to go to my ISP homepage, is there
    any reason why the toolbars can easily be infected?,i also removed a certain
    NETWATCHER.EXE whoich i knew nowt about, apart from it was mentioned as a
    part of problems with mimail, also backdoor.cabro seems to have disapeared
    for now,....any good ideas to keep system clean now it's OK, cos i've got a
    feelin' things'll go back to pear-shaped soon....BTW it's a twat on this
    group who's sendin me emails that are attached with virus'....you'll know
    the ****.......FRED
    fredcromer, Jun 30, 2004
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