High Alert Spyware

Discussion in 'Windows 64bit' started by ~Rita, Sep 16, 2005.

  1. ~Rita

    ~Rita Guest

    This post may have a virus.

    I understand that there is a thing called Internet etiquette.

    If I have a virus, someone could inform me.

    How do I know that I have a virus in my word-templates?

    When I shut the Dell Laptop down

    My Document Icon flashed a red and white flasher

    Letting me know that there was something wrong

    I had printed out an e-mail from



    Before I did the 2 downloads sent by David H. Lipman,

    I printed out his instructions about what to do with his instructions.

    A log-in appeared, and I couldn't remember my name.

    I can't wait for when Hubby has to remember his name.

    Hubby won 10 million tokens in Texas Hold'em in six months,

    And he uses this computer to check his stock market accounts.

    I think that the USA Congress people involved should be held responsible for
    every airplane crash personally.

    Club Pogo

    I have been a member of a gaming group called Pogo since 1998.
    I'm on my second year membership of Club Pogo. I have over 20 million pogo
    tokens and over 200 special pogo badges that only a Club Pogo can receive.
    I had heard that you could sell your pogo name on eBay. The pogo badges are
    worthless and the tokens are only good for a drawing. There are over
    200,000 people placing names in a drawing, so winning chances aren't very
    good.

    In March 2001, I was playing keno in the Politics room. Keno
    had its own daily drawing at Midnight, my time. I saw the name Billieooo as
    the winner. I couldn't believe it, so I ran to get Hubby to verify what I
    saw. The next evening a familiar name, yet the name was different by ending
    with ooo, entered the Keno room. She added the three o's to bring her luck.
    My winning name was only three days old, because that gave me three names to
    have thrown into the drawing barrel. I lost the name and tokens to the
    Internet, but I still have the other two names.

    Wednesday is called badge day. That's when a Club member has a week to win
    three badges. I had not played pogo since Saturday. First I used the
    Compaq. I noticed that I had lost my automatic sign in. On September 14,
    2005, I used the Dell. My automatic sign in was gone there too. Networks,
    I know nothing about. I'm still learning how to use one computer. The game
    Poppit only needs three wins to receive the badge. I started to go into the
    Poppit room and my computer gave a line error.

    My instructions are "Ignore error messages and click no to Debug". I had
    clicked yes once, but I didn't understand the screen. Today, I decided that
    I should note how many "A runtime error has occurred. Do you wish to Debug?"

    I didn't write the first one down, but it's usually "Hello"

    Line 1621

    Error object expected

    Line 99

    I played Poppit for the three wins. To my surprise, when my
    second win turned to 3, the game count returned to 0, and I was booted from
    the game. I realize that when some cookies are removed, it may cause gaming
    problems. The only reason that I noticed it was because of EA sport, which
    includes pogo, was on the High Alert Spyware.

    Today September 15, 2005, I looked for the possible virus.
    Microsoft used to have a site with the virus and worm fixers. I found
    something that looked like I would get several fixes with one download. I
    had to download the Adobe Reader, and again I received a line 594

    Error: 'docContentGroup1' is undefined. A runtime error has occurred. Do
    you wish to debug?

    The screen then locked up with a blank spot for the name and
    password. I had the password written down, but not the name. Yep, couldn't
    remember the name that I didn't write down. I shut the computer off, hoping
    that I didn't lose the complete system, again. I decided to quit thinking
    and return to Poppit.

    I entered Poppit. The first statement on the game room chat was
    someone saying,

    "That was the easiest badge I've ever gotten. The first three games I play
    I won."

    After I won two games, I watch to see what would happen when the
    figure turned three. Surprise, the count returned to one. I then quit.
    ~Rita, Sep 16, 2005
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  2. Hi,

    I would recomment you install an antivirus program. Here is a
    link to a microsoft malicious software removal tool.

    http://www.microsoft.com/security/malwareremove/default.mspx

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    Ken
    -------------------
    "~Rita" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > This post may have a virus.
    >
    > I understand that there is a thing called Internet etiquette.
    >
    > If I have a virus, someone could inform me.
    >
    > How do I know that I have a virus in my word-templates?
    >
    > When I shut the Dell Laptop down
    >
    > My Document Icon flashed a red and white flasher
    >
    > Letting me know that there was something wrong
    >
    > I had printed out an e-mail from
    >
    >
    >
    > Before I did the 2 downloads sent by David H. Lipman,
    >
    > I printed out his instructions about what to do with his instructions.
    >
    > A log-in appeared, and I couldn't remember my name.
    >
    > I can't wait for when Hubby has to remember his name.
    >
    > Hubby won 10 million tokens in Texas Hold'em in six months,
    >
    > And he uses this computer to check his stock market accounts.
    >
    > I think that the USA Congress people involved should be held responsible
    > for
    > every airplane crash personally.
    >
    > Club Pogo
    >
    > I have been a member of a gaming group called Pogo since 1998.
    > I'm on my second year membership of Club Pogo. I have over 20 million
    > pogo
    > tokens and over 200 special pogo badges that only a Club Pogo can receive.
    > I had heard that you could sell your pogo name on eBay. The pogo badges
    > are
    > worthless and the tokens are only good for a drawing. There are over
    > 200,000 people placing names in a drawing, so winning chances aren't very
    > good.
    >
    > In March 2001, I was playing keno in the Politics room. Keno
    > had its own daily drawing at Midnight, my time. I saw the name Billieooo
    > as
    > the winner. I couldn't believe it, so I ran to get Hubby to verify what I
    > saw. The next evening a familiar name, yet the name was different by
    > ending
    > with ooo, entered the Keno room. She added the three o's to bring her
    > luck.
    > My winning name was only three days old, because that gave me three names
    > to
    > have thrown into the drawing barrel. I lost the name and tokens to the
    > Internet, but I still have the other two names.
    >
    > Wednesday is called badge day. That's when a Club member has a week to
    > win
    > three badges. I had not played pogo since Saturday. First I used the
    > Compaq. I noticed that I had lost my automatic sign in. On September 14,
    > 2005, I used the Dell. My automatic sign in was gone there too.
    > Networks,
    > I know nothing about. I'm still learning how to use one computer. The
    > game
    > Poppit only needs three wins to receive the badge. I started to go into
    > the
    > Poppit room and my computer gave a line error.
    >
    > My instructions are "Ignore error messages and click no to Debug". I had
    > clicked yes once, but I didn't understand the screen. Today, I decided
    > that
    > I should note how many "A runtime error has occurred. Do you wish to
    > Debug?"
    >
    > I didn't write the first one down, but it's usually "Hello"
    >
    > Line 1621
    >
    > Error object expected
    >
    > Line 99
    >
    > I played Poppit for the three wins. To my surprise, when my
    > second win turned to 3, the game count returned to 0, and I was booted
    > from
    > the game. I realize that when some cookies are removed, it may cause
    > gaming
    > problems. The only reason that I noticed it was because of EA sport,
    > which
    > includes pogo, was on the High Alert Spyware.
    >
    > Today September 15, 2005, I looked for the possible virus.
    > Microsoft used to have a site with the virus and worm fixers. I found
    > something that looked like I would get several fixes with one download. I
    > had to download the Adobe Reader, and again I received a line 594
    >
    > Error: 'docContentGroup1' is undefined. A runtime error has occurred. Do
    > you wish to debug?
    >
    > The screen then locked up with a blank spot for the name and
    > password. I had the password written down, but not the name. Yep,
    > couldn't
    > remember the name that I didn't write down. I shut the computer off,
    > hoping
    > that I didn't lose the complete system, again. I decided to quit thinking
    > and return to Poppit.
    >
    > I entered Poppit. The first statement on the game room chat
    > was
    > someone saying,
    >
    > "That was the easiest badge I've ever gotten. The first three games I
    > play
    > I won."
    >
    > After I won two games, I watch to see what would happen when
    > the
    > figure turned three. Surprise, the count returned to one. I then quit.
    >
    >
    Ken Tucker [MVP], Sep 16, 2005
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  3. ~Rita

    ~Rita Guest

    Thank you Ken.
    I have installed a virus detector, and immediately
    it's disabled. I uninstall the virus detector, then
    install a second virus detector. Immediately,
    it's disabled. Sad, the culpurt is right at my
    communication connection.
    And our USA communication specialist are doing
    nothing about it, because the USA congress has
    made it legal. I called is sabotage, and I'm really
    pissed off!
    "Ken Tucker [MVP]" <> wrote in message
    news:%...
    > Hi,
    >
    > I would recomment you install an antivirus program. Here is a
    > link to a microsoft malicious software removal tool.
    >
    > http://www.microsoft.com/security/malwareremove/default.mspx
    >
    > Free antivirus program
    > http://www.avast.com/eng/down_home.html
    >
    > Ken
    > -------------------


    Traitor

    Cousin Webeyes and I are cousins. We don't look anything alike. I'm short,
    white, and living in the USA. Webeyes is tall, dark, and living in England.
    We share the same history of Benedict Arnold. He may also appear in several
    other countries, because his deed was like a shot heard around the world.

    Benedict Arnold is written in both USA and England's history as a famous
    General and Traitor. Prior to Benedict Arnold's named fame, he was a drug
    specialist. A private organization had been using the United States name to
    spread poison throughout the world identifying themselves as USA drug
    specialists. It was sad that the USA congress people and lawmakers didn't
    use the human destruction as a "shot heard around the world" properly.
    Previous I had recommended using the website call House Doctor;
    unfortunately, the Trend website has become corrupted. When you use the
    website, be sure to change the "downloaded free" site into our countries
    language. That way you will know who your countries traitor is.

    That way you will know that your country's name will appear along with
    Microsoft
    September 19, 2005

    Purchased 9-16-05 Sony wireless laptop

    With Windows XP - Home Edition, and serial #

    WHKWX-66JCW-3KRDD-RKXK7-BRMTD

    To Whom it May Concern:

    On 9-16-05, I drove to Best Buy in Orion Twp to purchase a clean laptop
    computer. For the past 2 years, I had been emailing my friends and family
    viruses, and etc from my Dell laptop computer not realizing that I was doing
    it. Apparently, Dell "Made in China" have a big problem with the browser and
    Hard Drive.

    I was looking at two $899 computers. They were both on sale, and I didn't
    know very much about either on. I had a second computer Compaq Laptop, but
    it was severely saturated with viruses, worms, Spyware and spybots. When I
    had ran an Ad-aware program, the figure was 400 removed and 400 in quartine
    (Mis-spelt). When the Compaq crashed, all the virus, and Spyware software
    froze. Then the 400 items disappeared back into the file. When I rechecked,
    none of the 400 items were reported anywhere. The only item that gave a High
    Alert Spyware was Automatic Microsoft Update. My first thought was Sabotage.
    It was rumored that the Chinese had computer technology that could cause an
    airplane's computers to shut down. A few years ago, I spoke with a Chinese
    person, asking what would be done with a saboteur in China? The reply was
    that the saboteur would be shot, immediately. Since then I began asking,
    "What would happen to a saboteur in the USA?"

    One reply was that the Authorities would take care of them. I couldn't
    agree, so I replied, "Sabotage used to be every American's concern. Canada
    doesn't want saboteurs in their country, and South America doesn't either."

    Anyway, I detected sabotage. When I stopped to purchase the Sony, all I
    wanted was a low-priced clean computer to email friends and family. I
    purchased the Sony, because I was suppose to receive a $300 rebate. I still
    have my sales receipt. I have no registration form. When I began to type in
    Works, a Product Identification number appeared: 76032-0EM-0400003-00000. I
    submitted the registration with the information on the computer bottom.
    Windows XP - Home Edition WHKWX-66JCW-3KRDD-RKXK7-BRMTD and the registration
    stated no such number.

    September 16, 2005, I purchased the computer. I set it up to see how it
    worked. A registration Screen appeared, but I wasn't on line, so I couldn't
    sent it in. I called Comcast, my Internet provider. The line was busy, busy
    and busy. So I drove to Clarkston to speak with a real person, who could
    give me only 1 of the 2 numbers needed, then I drove home to call Comcast
    again. I spoke with the technical specialist who told me that I had to call
    Linksys - Router. The Router was Linksys and not Comcast. I had noticed the
    double-clicks on a High Alert Spyware, and came to the conclusion that it
    was Linksys Router and not Comcast. I had also noticed that the factory
    installed Windows XP had a High Alert Spyware. The name was on the Ad-aware
    report sheet from the Compaq laptop before it crashed. I was disappointed
    that the box the Sony computer was packed in only contained an AOL/Time
    Warner CD disk. There was no Windows XP re-store disk. I returned to the
    Orion Best Buy store with the new purchase. A service man plugged the Sony
    in, saying that the Norton Anti-virus was running. I insisted that the
    Norton Anti-virus had crash. It said that it was expired. Expired means
    Dead. The IT manager stated that I would be charged $59.00 for a virus
    check. Since the computer box was scanned, I assumed that the computer
    number was on the box.

    UC7

    VGN - FS630/W

    100 - 240V

    P-28198249-P

    S01-3818703-G

    POS BAR CODE

    0 27242 68128 6

    POUR UTILISATEUR

    September 17, 2005

    I purchased Trend antivirus and Spy Sweeper. Again no explanation was given
    as to why there was no windows XP - home edition disk. I knew the Norton
    wasn't working, so when the Spy Sweeper software froze, I packed up the Sony
    and drove to the Summit mall Best Buy store. The Summit Mall IT expert had
    the Sony computer in his hands, looked at the $1500 that was charged to
    plastic, he knew that that Sony was purchased. I feel that he saw that the
    serial numbers were not written down. The IT expert then looked into the
    programs, saying this computer was built in 2003. That made sense. When the
    computer crashes, it goes back to the original setting. The IT expert then
    stated that I had installed the Spy Sweeper. If the IT expert had read the
    Sony 216-page User's Guide, he would have known that Spy Sweeper did NOT
    install. Again, I feel uncomfortable without a signature Bill Gates
    Microsoft back up disk.

    September 18, 2005

    I purchased Norton Antivirus, because I had to shut the Internet down to
    avoid the sending of High Alert Spyware with Hubby's name. As I was typing,
    the red shield alerted: Your computer might be at Risk. Trend Micro
    Antivirus might be out of date. Click this balloon to fix this problem.

    Immediately, I thought, "I'm not on the Internet. There is something wrong
    here."

    At that moment, a second notice appeared: Trend Micro Update. New components
    detected! Do you want to Update?"

    I returned to Best Buy, asking for a signature Bill Gates Microsoft Windows
    XP - home edition back-up. I was then told that I was in the Big Buck repair
    shop, because I broke the computer. I have $1700 in a $899 Sony Laptop, and
    I can't send in the $300 Sony Laptop refund, because I don't have a purchase
    form. Five people have touched this Sony Laptop and nobody wrote the serial
    number down.

    Any suggestions about how I'm suppose to register this Sony with Windows
    XP - Home Edition, please inform.

    Thank you in advance,
    ~Rita, Sep 19, 2005
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