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Under the Policies\Explorer\Run key are a series of values, which have a program name as their data. Click on the Yes button if you would like to reboot now, otherwise click on the No button to reboot later. Thank you Rollin Rog I understand you, now. When you fix O4 entries, Hijackthis will not delete the files associated with the entry. http://magicnewspaper.com/hijackthis-log/hijackthis-log-please-advise-what-to-fix.html

PharmaAl 79Posts 30Thanks PharmaAl By PharmaAl 10th Oct 11, 2:56 PM 79 Posts 30 Thanks What's this? If it contains an IP address it will search the Ranges subkeys for a match. If you see another entry with userinit.exe, then that could potentially be a trojan or other malware. While that key is pressed, click once on each process that you want to be terminated. recommended you read

IniFileMapping, puts all of the contents of an .ini file in the registry, with keys for each line found in the .ini key stored there. This tutorial is also available in Dutch. RunServices keys: HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunServices HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunServices The RunServicesOnce keys are used to launch a service or background process whenever a user, or all users, logs on to the computer. The Global Startup and Startup entries work a little differently.

Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? If it is another entry, you should Google to do some research. If the configuration setting Make backups before fixing items is checked, HijackThis will make a backup of any entries that you fix in a directory called backups that resides in the To make things more complicated, it has been seen that an antivirus program can detect items in another A/V program's quarantine area!!

Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members Help Files Calendar View New Content Forum Rules BleepingComputer.com Forums Members Tutorials Startup ProtocolDefaults When you use IE to connect to a site, the security permissions that are granted to that site are determined by the Zone it is in. I think I am using a USB modem, I've removed the ADSL one and can still use computer so I presume I'm right! http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/261669/please-look-at-my-hijackthis-log/ If you do not reply within this period I will post a reminder but topics with no reply in 4 days will be closed!

Simply copy and paste the contents of that notepad into a reply in the topic you are getting help in. Back to top #14 Daisuke Daisuke Cleaner on Duty Members 5,575 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Romania Local time:05:40 PM Posted 26 December 2004 - 03:04 AM You're Welcome ! It's free & spam free. As Rog said> you probably do not need a second firewall.

Now if you added an IP address to the Restricted sites using the http protocol (ie. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/how-to-use-hijackthis/ This will make both programs launch when you log in and is a common place for trojans, hijackers, and spyware to launch from. You should see a screen similar to Figure 8 below. When domains are added as a Trusted Site or Restricted they are assigned a value to signify that.

You did not get any errors or messages about a problem uninstalling Avast, right? Do I need to delete these as I no longer use avast!, if so, how do I delete? Figure 12: Listing of found Alternate Data Streams To remove one of the displayed ADS files, simply place a checkmark next to its entry and click on the Remove selected What it does not do is alert you to attempts by processes to connect out -- something that would only be relevant if you were already infected.

You can deal with ZAPro issues anyway you like, but at some point you really will have to know its configuration interface pretty well to avoid any number of issues that You should now see a screen similar to the figure below: Figure 1. All Users Startup Folder: These items refer to applications that load by having them in the All Users profile Start Menu Startup Folder and will be listed as O4 - Global R2 is not used currently.

This will attempt to end the process running on the computer. Most modern programs do not use this ini setting, and if you do not use older program you can rightfully be suspicious. I will reinstall windows any day now, and I hope that this SP2 problem will be solved by then.

N2 corresponds to the Netscape 6's Startup Page and default search page.

Press Yes or No depending on your choice. Certain ones, like "Browser Pal" should always be removed, and the rest should be researched using Google. I do suppose the baddie could have infected your Avast program itself, many malwares do attack security programs like antivirus or antispyware programs... Login & Quick Reply Multi-Quote Added Quote Multi-quote Added to Spam Report Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Users saying Thanks (1) PharmaAl 79Posts 30Thanks PharmaAl By PharmaAl 6th Oct 11,

I will get the free Zone Alarm, if you think it is required, Roger, but the above indicates to me that it is not, UNLESS I am infected. See you then. must be posted in Notepad. Windows 95, 98, and ME all used Explorer.exe as their shell by default.

PharmaAl 79Posts 30Thanks PharmaAl By PharmaAl 10th Oct 11, 12:02 PM 79 Posts 30 Thanks What's this? Glad you like it! If you would like to see what DLLs are loaded in a selected process, you can put a checkmark in the checkbox labeled Show DLLs, designated by the blue arrow in The name of the Registry value is nwiz and when the entry is started it will launch the nwiz.exe /install command.

If you add an IP address to a security zone, Windows will create a subkey starting with Ranges1 and designate that subkey as the one that will contain all IP addresses Sign up for MoneySaving Emails 17 MoneySaving tricks for couples Make £400 switching banks, get 2for1 for a yr's cinema + other tips Warning. Login & Quick Reply Multi-Quote Added Quote Multi-quote Added to Spam Report Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Sorry! We don't AS a general policy investigate the solvency of companies mentioned (how likely they are to go bust), but there is a risk any company can struggle and it's rarely