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The ultimate decision whether to purchase it or not is upto you. We will probably focus mostly on Android phones, but are open to learning and discussing iOS and Windows phones as well. Uncheck those dodgy startup items too - they will quite possibly recheck themselves on reboot, but in the next step you'll be deleting the registry entries which even give them the Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc.

Back to top #8 Hoov Hoov Malware Response Team 3,519 posts OFFLINE Location:Mikado Michigan Local time:06:46 PM Posted 23 April 2009 - 11:58 AM I would let Steganos remove it Copy the log from the Startup Programs file back here. We don't won't them cussing us 2 weeks later, because their PC is bogged back down by critters and a gigabyte of cookies and temporary internet files. going to keep it off the internet untill i get this mess fixed. #21 Seppo, Jun 2, 2008 Seppo Tank Joined: Feb 27, 2004 Messages: 4,569 Likes Received: 0 well

I have even had to low level format drives before to get the baddies totally wiped out. Als u Google Groepsdiscussies wilt gebruiken, schakelt u JavaScript in via de instellingen van uw browser en vernieuwt u vervolgens de pagina. . I wouldn't exactly call those two entries windows components, would you (or known components of a program at all)?Neither would registering that library via rgsrv32 in the HJT log Worth a Is it pretty effective?

Simon says October 28, 2011 at 7:06 am When malwarebytes, combofix and TDSskiller fail, Unhackme has pretty much saved the day numerous times for me and on 64bit machines too « If all has gone superbly well, the startup registry items will not have rechecked or recreated themselves, bot.exe and it's possible allies will not be running, and most of the associated Click here to Register a free account now! i mean should i pay or is it good enough in the free?

If you have that file send it for analysis immediately and always try to scan with VirusTotal (www.virustotal.com) and Jotti (virusscan.jotti.org/ ) aroon7651 23.12.2007 20:21 QUOTE(MAPKOBKA^^ @ 23.12.2007 01:04) Open HJT I know my services and processes that run normally on my machine on the back of my hand. Amazingly, Windows Defender will help a bit as well. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/217480/hijackthis-log-doubleclicktxt/ Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/312173 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?

To quadruple check, I just located the old setup file I have on my PC and reinstalled the prog in order to check the file path. It’s also good to run it after you have removed the rootkit to be thorough, although you could do that with any of these tools. All rights reserved. Menu Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Featured Threads Archive Recent Activity Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Featured Threads Archive Featured Threads Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links

If the TDSSKiller comes up empty then try out GMER, which is a powerful and exhaustive rootkit scanner. Now after reading your post, I wish I would have ran the Kaspersky recovery disc. i used to have AVG but now i moved to Avira AntiVir. dawgg 21.12.2007 14:49 QUOTE(klpipes @ 21.12.2007 02:27) is the superantispyware better in the paid for version.

it always works. Finding a rootkit would be a similar process using these tools. Who knows, something could have dropped it in there recently. In the most cases this is the result of trojans.

Some malware requires a rebuild. shit. #3 Seppo, Jun 2, 2008 CyberPitz Party Escort Bot Joined: Aug 23, 2004 Messages: 24,854 Likes Received: 2 Take your hdd out of your computer, plug it in as You can run AVG while in Safe Mode and hope it will do this for you (optimistic, tbh), but it's good to do as much as you can manually by looking Attach the screenshot to your next post.

We are going to start having night classes on cleaning and maintaining their PC. Listen here, you can remove it this way:1.Update Kaspersky and Perform a full system Scan2.Uninstall Windows Live Messenger3.Change your password4.Reinstall MessengerBy changing your password, you damage the virus. If your AV queries the script, allow it to run.

The main developer then pops up and actually acts quite offended that they've slagged off his product, lol.

New sub-forum for mobile tech - smartphones. lol. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites This topic is now closed to further replies. Therefore the first port of call is to delete that 'O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [Windows svchost] service.exe' and then the bogus 'service.exe' in C:\Windows. #28 Laivasse, Jun 3, 2008 Saturos Newbie

I have had customers tell me that their PC was junk and so & so said they were gonna have to buy a new tower. this bullshit, i think i'll just format my hard drive. Alerts Alert Preferences Show All... If you find something obviously suspect, sometimes you can simply delete it - although don't do this unless you are 100% that what you are deleting is non-essential.

Paul - Work says: I said Spybot, Windows Defender, AVG. That doesn't help anybody either. If you deviate from my instructions, tell me, it may make a difference on where we go. If necessary, then nuke and pave.

I figured anything from M$ would suck, though not awesome, it's better than nothing. Please post the log from Steganos please. WatchDog;c:\progra~1\steganos\intern~1\avgwdsvc.exe [2009-3-1 298264] R2 avgfws8;Steganos I.S. IMO hijackthis is saying you're now pretty clean after having done what I suggested, but you should double check with some form of scan, eg.

If you need to, you can post the hijackthis log file here; I can't promise to be able to make sense of it, but maybe someone else can. Best to be safe! #37 Nemesis6, Jun 4, 2008 Seppo Tank Joined: Feb 27, 2004 Messages: 4,569 Likes Received: 0 by the way, just a question: what would be a Filepath (according to that link) should be C:\WINDOWS\service.exe. so they said to go to their free online scanner and guess what!!!!!!!

Please make sure you watch this thread for responses. It's looking like the line: O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [Windows svchost] service.exeClick to expand... ...is very suspicious. I would first fire up TDSSKiller from Kaspersky.