Name this virus?
Date: 13 Oct 2004 13:44:34 -0700
Anyone know what is causing this, or how I can find out?
I recently connected my XP (Home) box to broadband. Now I notice that,
if I disconnect, a message comes up every few minutes saying that a
program is trying to get information from www.angelfire.com, which
connection do I want to use?
I cancel, and a few minutes later it comes back, sometimes for
www.sms.ac, sometimes for msn.com, sometimes for yahoo.com
Is this a known virus, or does anyone know a legitimate program which
does this. Is there a way to find out which program it is which is
trying to connect?
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