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Surfing (for a new door) tonight, my wife ran her 64-bit Win7 Ultimate into what's apparently a 'tech help' scam (screen shot attached). Couldn't shut the tab in Chrome so Task Manager-closed the whole browser. Upon reboot began to run NOD32, which promptly reported a blocked boot sector in the logical drive I park data in -- not drive C: but an E: I carved out of the hard drive back when. NOD32 was finding NO infections per se but a lot of corrupted files; so I shut the machine completely down. Before I turn it back on, should I load Eset's ERARemover or what? Nobody in this forum nor webwide is remarking this specific problem set. Thanks in advance for any real insight anyone can offer.
Just happened this morning. It kept popping up whenever I load a website that I noramally do not visit. It doesn't show up when I go to facebook, or youtube, etc. It does however show when I google something, go to a blog, etc. I need help. Already scanned my computer. Found a threat the first time I did then I tried several times after and ESET said it was clean, though it still shows up whenever I visit some sites. Is this a false positivity? Can my eset antivirus help me out? or do I need to do something else? :/ I would appreciate all the help I can get. Thanks.
This page is detected by many vendors at virustotal (23/45) https://www.virustotal.com/es/file/cba6b79575c12e5e9d88455a9b9102f1036926dae4b1a253a1b0cde90578ab12/analysis/ as malicious. the web page is, hxxp://www.realhesperides.com/galeria/60aniv/index2.html ------------- and also---------- hxxp://blog-gay-man.fantaisiegift.com/tchat.html