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« on: July 20, 2004, 01:12:54 PM »


please excuse my username, I am not dangerous ;-)

We got the hijack on my room-neighbour's machine here. I have read very complicate-sounding solutions in this forum and on german sites.

I found a link on the page (on the bottom on the right it says Home | Contacts | Search | UnInstall). If you follow "uninstall" there will be offered a *Uninstaller* at

So my question is: How can I know this is not working? Mabye it is a real uninstaller? Does anybody know for _sure_ ?

I also searched the Security and Virus Forum and found this message:,esearch,uninstaller

Angel_eater says in this thread there is a uninstaller at - Can we trust angel_eater?

Thank you for any help


PS: I am using opera with great pleasure, and also thunderbird i love. Don't use MS-Software, if there is an alternative. I recently installed Linux Suse 9.1 on 2 computers and it is great!

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