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How I fixed Mbam non-delete prob (originally Foxfire redirect prob)


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Thanks for that Dennis -

Please do not post too many other detailed instructions though - It may have fully repaired your system (well done) but we must not post too many general fixes on the open forum as some one without your knowlege may cause more problems by trying things they do not understand -

We must always look after those without information like you have as they have been known to come back and blame us -

I think you did exactly the right thing for Your computer at that time (Congrats) -

Regards - :)

EDIT - Again thank you for your fix (only please be careful where you post it) - :D

I have seen people remove vital programs with Hijack This - That is the only reason I replied as this -

Thank You - :)

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@bttf

Regarding your thread in Malware Removal http://www.malwarebytes.org/forums/index.p...st&p=187259

Do you intend to inform & update Arthur ?

A comment: The latest variants of malwares use multiple methods to re-inject their infection, even if you take out what you believe is the main one.

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