Discussion in 'Windows Vista Talk' started by Alberto & Silvia, Jul 21, 2009.

  1. Hello all,I have problems with my outgoing mail,I found a Trojan virus,and
    got rid of it,using my ISP antivirus program (my AVG looks like is sleeping
    at the wheel) :-(

    Anyways,I noticed that ,with every message I sent out,there is what looks
    like a signature (even though in the Tools,Options,Signatures there is
    nothing to be seen)

    The text is containing chinese characters ,and it is 4 lines of text. (I can
    not show it here as it will not display Chinese characters),but the
    translation to english gave me something like this:

    ????value??a knife?? ??Blood Bowl?Hyuk Yun?measures measures??bowl
    mix?gardenia??bowl?most measures the most Chou?bowl?climb climb????Hong
    Kong's most?knife?? Gardenia????climb climb Love mix ?????worry??????? blood
    most?knife?Chou?? ??Hyuk?climbing????bowl?? ? ? ?
    ??bowl?Hyuk??measures?worry worry worry?Love?climb ? ? ? ??? ? ? ?
    ???climbing knife???climb climb?worry?climbing?worry?? ????????????knife?? ?

    I am not sure what this is,as it is not hypertext,and I can not get rid
    ofit.Thanks for any suggestionsAlbertoWindows Vista Home

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    "I think computer viruses should count as life. I think it says something
    about human nature that the only form of life we have created so far is
    purely destructive. We've created life in our own image" (Stephen Hawkings)
    "Pienso que los viruses de los computadores debieran contarse como
    vivientes.Pienso que esto dice algo acerca de la naturaleza humana,si la
    Ășnica forma de vida que hemos creado hasta ahora es puramente
    destructiva.Hemos creado vida,pero en nuestra propia imagen" (Stephen
    Alberto & Silvia, Jul 21, 2009
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