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About Kayla

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  1. My system is clean. I did a full scan of my system with MalwareBytes and my anti-virus. The usb stick is toast but that's fine, a lesson learned. I will stick to the two brands that have never failed me. I'll also try to be more careful about sites I download from. Thanks.
  2. One of my 32GB flash drives became infected. I suspect it was from a site I'm not accustomed to downloading from. Anyway, I saw chinese symbols in folders that weren't there before. The infection corrupted all but 3 folders. I believe there were 6-7 folders to begin with. I immediately opened Malwarebytes and did a full scan of the flash drive. It found 9 items, removed them and I had to restart my laptop. Some of the characters were still visible after the restart so I was remained concerned. I removed the flash drive then re-inserted it. My laptop had a bit of difficulty accessing it so
  3. I'm able to scan and remove malicious items. I'm also able to update. The problem is after the scan is completed, I cannot view the logs. I get the aforementioned message. If I try to view the logs from the log file list, I receive the same message. This has been going on for months and I think it's due to Comodo. I think I might have perhaps blocked something when I was grew frustrated with the pop ups asking to allow/block. Of course, I'm not an expert by any means, that's just a guess. Malwarebytes 1.44 (not the full version) Vista Ultimate Comodo Firewall SuperAntiSpyware Avast antivirus I
  4. Well that's great but thanks for the info. I'll try contacting them but if it doesn't work, I guess I'll have to go elsewhere. I liked Freewebs because it allows me to test CSS etc.
  5. Everytime I try to access my own site, I get the pop-up. It was fine last week. My site is certainly safe. I only have pictures there; no video, music or other files like that.
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