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Adware-OneStep

I have Adware-OneStep on my computer.My McAfee can't get rid of it or quarantee it.I keep getting a pop up saying my computer is at risk.How do I get rid of this.I am not computer smart.

  • paullotion Apprentice 8,078 posts since
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    1. Apr 19, 2010 5:55 AM (in response to idaholady)
    Re: Adware-OneStep

    Hello,

     

    Most likely you have installed some free game(or similar) that also installed OneStep, you always MUST read the EULA(End User Licence Agreement), vendors have to read the agreement before labelling any programme as malicious(if any exists), this is why Mcafee detects as a PUP(Potentially Unwanted Program). If you have installed some freeware programme prior to these popup`s occurring i would uninstall that programme, also check in add/remove to see if OneStep is present, remove if found.

     

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