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  1. The only thing I can thing of is that virus writers are trying to redirect the attention from themselves toward Yahoo/Bing, so once people delete their toolbars and change everything back, they think the virus is all gone. To me this seems unlikely, because of the amount of times I will see Yahoo/Bing spam software installed immediately after I notice a new virus.
  2. This topic is focusing more on Yahoo's spam, but Bing is not innocent with this kind of behavior either. Let me start by saying I have many years experience fixing computers, software and hardware. I would consider myself almost an expert at clearing up viruses and spyware, using Malwarebytes as a helper of course, but I'm starting to see an annoying pattern that I feel is either an invasion of privacy or possibly even Yahoo and Bing using viruses to spread their own inferior software. Obviously there are times when Yahoo and Bing toolbars are installed legitimately, annoyingly, but legitim
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