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It's on my screen and won't go away.

I have premier nod32, which doesn't recognize this version of IdleBuddy.

I've run system scan, which says all is well, as IdleBuddy sits there mocking me, lol.

What's the protocol for getting rid of IdleBuddy?

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Check the installed applications and browser extensions and remove those that you don't known for sure if they are 100% clean.
If that doesn't help, run a full disk scan with detection of potentially unsafe and unwanted applications enabled.

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