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90% of the time, a tracking cookie is a way for certain ad companies to personalize an ad to you, trying to get you to click on it.
Ever see an ad that says, "Click here to meet people in
That's a tracking cookie, it gets general information about what area your IP is in, recent searches you've done, etc. and uses it to try and get you to their site.
If you delete your cookies, and it still finds something, then you might have a Trojan, or Spy-ware. So try that, and scan again. Good luck, and happy searching.
Tracking cookies are not keyloggers. They are bits of information saved from webpages you visit. I wouldn't be too alarmed by them.
It's good to scan with competing products. One free one that I use here at work is the Malwarebytes anti-malware scanner from
I'd also recommend you get the Blizzard Authenticator from Blizzard's Online Store.
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