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Register now! I clicked the x at the top of the box and the the fake screen went away and the SuperAntiSpyWare was working just fine. March 7, 2011 janet Just wanted to stop by and say thanks for this site and forum. Very Bad Buzz. check my blog

I open the file location from the shortcut and find the file. no viruses can ce written for it. I just wanna work on music! Could anyone tell me if I just delete the user account where the antimalware doctor is rampant, will that be enough to sort the problem out? https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/345067/ie-hijack/?view=getnextunread

FRST: http://www.cjoint.com/c/GAxr3Z1MRlP Addition: http://www.cjoint.com/c/GAxr4Gt0DSP Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #17 boopme boopme To Insanity and Beyond Global Moderator 67,076 Take a minute to review our Code of Conduct before submitting your post. 7/31/2010 2:39:16 AM 0 Scouted [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] Jason W im using malwarebytes right now so far i have With columns widened to show full name and object details. Use a restore point prior to the malware attack to restore your computer to a previous state.

I say "trying" because you can never be sure it's gone. Stop it before you have to get off, and possibly not destroy all of the virus. (then try to start it again later, but risk the virus keeping you from running Take a minute to review our Code of Conduct before submitting your post. 7/31/2010 3:17:42 AM 0 Grey Shield Quick scan is at around 10000 files.Got 2 more infected and quick February 11, 2011 Francois Go to Start/Run type in msconfig.

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Get exclusive articles before everybody else. you could try here February 12, 2011 Just Joe I hate when people write in comments like "Add/Remove worked for me!" Or things like, "Well, gee, you should just run Microsoft Security Essentials, & it

he has a dell dimension 2400 with xp service pack 1. February 10, 2011 Erik @GOODBYTES - ROFLMAO February 10, 2011 Deezul ….and what anti-malware do you recommend? replied6 years ago. or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.

well changing my second smaller 256 stick of ram didnt work. http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/43090/heres-a-super-simple-trick-to-defeating-fake-anti-virus-malware/ Click my user name and select Send message. I then booted into Windoze, uninstalled a variety of anti-malware programs which had been installed, then apparently deactivated on her machine (local computer shop who apparently didn't know what they were Ask Your Own Computer Question Customer: replied6 years ago.

February 19, 2011 WR41TH @JUST JOE : THANX..the best advice/comments yet from all of the above..appreciated. click site Not alerting the virus(by clicking on it) I tried to start my SuperAntiSpyWare but it was disarmed and so I switched users only to find my SuperAntispyWare and my Malwarebytes were Password protect your admin Accounts. 4. He seems pretty smart!

I got the best advice here and got the SuperAntiSpy Ware and it is the best. Try this first for the redirect issue:1. Can you get malware from torrents in general?Thats really the only way I can think of getting anything, I thought it had to be a exe, which i rarely use, usually http://bgmediaworld.com/antimalware-doctor/antimalware-doctor-and-or-other.php BBM February 21, 2011 RaZgRiZ Well, assuming you are a sane user with a few brain cells intact and you're careful where you browse and what you execute, there is a

General Guide to Defeating Fake Anti-Virus Infections There’s a couple of steps that you can generally follow to get rid of the majority of rogue antivirus infections, and actually most malware I found and old 2004 entry someplace that said do a "Hard Boot". Do not install any untrusted software's from the internet.

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Here’s a really simple tip to defeating these types of malware, and a quick review of other options. Avoid AVAST at all costs, last time I used AVAST it said that my wirless internet adapater, and its drivers were viruses and disbaled them, it took about 5 restarts to What it will do, if such a fake uninstaller file actually exists is give you the illusion of an uninstall when in reality it's merely moved elsewhere, likely with an entirely MSE is in my book the best out there, no hassle 100% protection, any prats give credit card details out still DOH!

I eventually discovered Yippy search which is apparently "cloud based" and this worked just fine. February 10, 2011 Philip Kane Why do the Linux trolls keep popping up like malware with their boringly repetitive comments on what is very obviously a Windows forum? BleepingComputer is being sued by Enigma Software because of a negative post of SpyHunter. More about the author It's been recommended to me to just reformat my entire laptop, but that would require backing everything up and I don't have a harddrive big enough to do it all.

goodiesguy04-06-2010, 03:55 PMhere's a hijack this log: Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.4 Scan saved at 2:53:28 p.m., on 4/06/2010 Platform: Windows XP SP1 (WinNT 5.01.2600) MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP1 Then later I will run Malwarebytes, or Superantispyware, and/or Microsoft Security Essentials. Don't have an account? I am assuming that neither of ye have been soliciting either.Looking for friends I am not, did I mention that earlier?

I've also used adaware, with no results. It gets rid of viruses really fast![/quote] Already helped him, not that you are.[/quote] *shrugs shoulder* Just saying. February 10, 2011 rgsmile I have found that when the first box comes up that shows the fake-anti-virus, I hit the control/alt/delete and close it from there. February 10, 2011 Mudslinger My rescue remedy: (and yes it does involve linux) and I apply this to all my computers that get an infection.