I was on line when a red sign appeared on my screen and a very high sounding buzzer came on. I tried to get rid of the noise and red sight. I could not get the screen to go away. Then a box occurred saying if I had problems give this number a call. I did so and was led to a fellow who said he could help us if we gave him control of the computer. Just before he started the request for a credit card I began to think I was a victim of a computer attack. I then hung up and turned off the computer. This man said we had zeus malware and our ip address was infected. Since then I took my computer to a company who removed the malware and hacked stuff. This cost a hundred dollars. I feel as though I was hacked

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