|19 Aug 2012||#1|
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SnappyDee toolbar question
I've been having internet issues. At first I checked around; I remembered that I had downloaded some software. Researching a bit via phone, I found a forum on a site (unaware of which). This is a very brief question, as I'm in a rush to get some business done and can't go into detail.
A common popup for torrents and/or free downloaded games is SnappyDee. I would like to know. Is SnappyDee a system lock/virus/rogue software that could influence changes to internet connection in lthe disguise of a harmless toolbar? If so, I'd like a step-by-step tutorial to remove it.
If not, I'll need to research my issue further.
I have not been able to find recorded data about it, strangely.
(Posted in this section, unsure if it is the correct place to put it.)
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