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  1. Don't you think one of those scans would have turned up something if I had installed the dangerous version of CCleaner?
  2. Thank you. As I removed CCleaner there is not a registry entry for piriform under software in the hkey local machine tab as shown in the link you sent me.
  3. I have used CCleaner for years and often update it even thought I usually don't notice a change. I do not know if I installed this version. I went ahead and uninstalled it right away. I ran a scan with Eset, MalwareBytes and SuperAntiSpyWare and didn't find a thing. Do you think I am uninfected? I do not want to plug in my external HDD's until I am reasonably sure. Thank your for any help or advice you can give me.
  4. Hello, I am a member of Crunch Fitness Gym. I just tried their WiFi for members and it uses their app to log you in. ESET mobile security says it is an unsecure connection. I think it just doesn't recognize the app signing me in as security and expects a WiFi password. I think I may have to take my ESET password to the gym to override it or allow the network. I have emailed them to ask more about their WiFi security, but I want to know I am secure at the gym because the apps I will be using require my passwords to things like email and eBay. If they have an app that requires your gym user
  5. I think I have the same problem you had. On another computer I have Windows XP and eset smart security 6. I set up anti-theft and it added the account "John." When I turned it on yesterday there was another account named "lovilmqpi." I assumed it was mal-ware. I did an in-depth scan of the computer with eset including the boot sector and memory options and it didn't find anything. I updated malwarebytes and spybot search and destroy, rebooted into safe-mode and ran full scans of both. Niether of them found a thing. I contacted eset and they told me that this was the phantom account. I
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