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01 May 2012  

Windows 7 Home Premium x64

I ran the Panda ZeroAccess remover but I am still getting redirects. I'm on a 64 bit so I can't run the other removers. The TDSS Killer by Kapersky doesn't even detect anything... If I let this thing linger on my computer will it destroy my computer slowly? If I have to resort to a clean OS install will moving my personal files from this infected computer affect the new OS? Meaning are my personal files corrupt? Also, I did a few things Jacee told other users to do. If this is a rootkit or whatever, am I in danger of getting my passwords stolen and stuff like that? What dangers am I facing?
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