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It s almost certainly a remnant of your infection. First, try Windows System Restore to try to go back to a date before you were infected. If that doesn t work go to http://forums.majorgeeks.com/forumdisplay.php?f=35 and click on the fourth post, "READ & RUN ME FIRST. Malware Removal Guide". Follow the instructions. And, for what it s worth here s my mini-guide to internet security: As an IT professional (well, sort of - I run a mobile PC repair and maintenance business) I can see how easy it is for the average computer user to catch all sorts of nastiness even during the most innocent of online activities. I never thought I would look back with nostalgia to the days when you had to actually double-click an executable file to get infected. In any case, what anybody who isn t 100% confident of their protection should do is secure your computer [i]right now[/i]. As in stop what you re doing (well maybe at least read the rest of what I have to say), shut your computer down, and disconnect your network cable and/or get out of range of any wireless networks. Then, here s what you should do: 1. Back up your data. There are many ways to do this, and I won t go into detail, but the easiest (albeit not necessarily the best) way is to get an external HD and drag and drop to it any files you don t want to replace. 2. Download the free version of one of these three antivirus programs: - Avast - Avira - AVG (you may want to turn off link scanning and email scanning as these features slow things down a bit) and then uninstall all third party anti-malware programs you have on your computer ([i]especially[/i] if they re Symantec or McAfee), after disconnecting from the internet of course, and then install one of those three AV programs. You can pick any other you like, it s your computer after all, but I find those in particular have the best combination of efficacy and non-intrusiveness. 3. Make sure Windows Firewall is turned on. You can download a free third-party software firewall (I like Outpost) but Microsoft s seems to do just fine. 4. Optionally, if you use Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool (and mandatorally if you don t) download and install SUPERAntiSpyware (freeware) or Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (shareware) and install. 5. Update Windows, Sun Java, Adobe Acrobat, and your anti-malware programs. 6. Make sure you have a Windows user account with a strong password. Consider creating a limited user account just for browsing the web, as 98% of problems can be avoided by not having administrator privileges while online. 7. Finally, download and install Google Chrome and import your history and bookmarks from Internet Explorer and/or Firefox. Set Chrome to be your default browser. If you absolutely must use IE or FF, download and install Sandboxie and web browse in sandboxed mode. You are now close to 100% safe. Close to, but not perfect - you can never be. But I have thus far observed using these measures blocking or avoiding every single incidence of malware, hijacking, and general nastiness I ve encountered. I have avoided infection using these tools while groveling in the darkest underbelly of the internet (though I recommend keeping it safe, less than Hard R-rated, and legal). P.S. You can find the above-mentioned software in a lot of reputable places (tucows, cnet, zdnet) but I got them all at majorgeeks.com.