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Solution for Hotmail virus?

I have been receiving plenty of emails from my hotmail contact list with a weird link inside, the link seems to be from random domains but always ending with /enterin.html

My friend also has this issue and his hotmail account is sending this link to all his contacts daily. below are a few links I received:

Note: DO NOT visit these Websites below as the can potentially be malicious.
agaogluyesim.com/enterin.html
chamade.com/enterin.html
babyloncolours.com/enterin.html
www.christianmccannauctions.com.au/enterin.html
d849921.u50.ukisp.com/enterin.html

this virus acts strangely as it send the message even with all computers that use the account are off. It seems that it does not reside in the computer itself.

Anyone knows what this is?

Thank you


Note: This post was edited by a forum moderator to remove hyperlinks to possible malicious sites and added warning note. on 05/25/2011 at 9:12 AM PT

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Just a note

I tried the second link. Luckily, it was blocked in Firefox by safebrowsing.client.google.com (don't know why it pops up, but that's a totally different question) that mentioned greatwallsystems.com. Possible malware, and greatwallsystems sounds like China. Don't click these links! I'll ask the forum admin to edit the post.

Kees

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Change ur password

Change ur password

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