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My system did a scan and found this, but gave me no option to delete it or instruction on how to find and get rid of it. I know I don't want it on here, so what do I do?

Also how bad is this thing? I just did my taxes online is this the type of thing that steals everything?
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A Google search seems to indicate that Trend Micro is your antivirus program.

It sounds like it didn't give you a location or name for the file? Without that, you won't be able to tell whether it's a dangerous file or simply a false positive (something that it thinks is a virus but really isn't).

Try an online virus scanner and see if it finds anything.
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There's programs for Yahoo (YahooPOP's) and Hotmail (Hotmail Popper) that can do that. All you have to do is set up an account that goes to In addition, if you use MSN or Yahoo for Internet access, they can provide a way to do it too.
- drjayphd, question about email (2005)
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