I just logged into my EE account and immediately I got the message
"Some has launched malicious software on your computer by remote control"
and would I like to use Trend Micro House Call to clean my computer for free.
Having had customers who responded in the affirmative and then entered their CC info, I did not go any further.
I do have Comcast's complimentary version of Norton installed in case that might have caused a conflict. Needless to say, Norton didn't catch the virus or bot; if there really is one.
I've noticed no drag in performance or any other abnormality.
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