Thus, I urge you to be extra cautious. Run a thorough antispyware and antivirus scan of your machine and the USB...
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token itself, preferably using two antispyware tools. Then, if everything still comes up clean, try using the USB token on another computer and see if the same thing happens. If it doesn't, I recommend a reinstall of Windows on the first computer.
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