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I am getting the impression that many of these sweepers/cleaners can't actually rid the menace, but work instead by residing on your taskbar, fighting an ongoing battle ie as the rogue And are you wanting me to list every program that it shows as running? Sockets de Troie, Blazer 5 Registry-Scan: Drive-Scan: Number of scanned files: 42266 Number of found trojan files: 4 Trojans found: CoolWebSearch Trojans found: CoolWebSearch Trojans found: CoolWebSearch Trojans found: CoolWebSearch A View Answer Related Questions Portable Devices : Virus Problem With The Htc Mobile Phones.
once again, our system appears clean now but it's always just a matter of time before it comes back. anyway, i'll try to patiently await more expert help and knowledge. It's still annoying though. Advanced Search Forum Center For Disease Control Preventative Medicine Need help! - Serious problem - my PC send unknown email messages with virus! https://www.daniweb.com/hardware-and-software/information-security/threads/7356/coolwebsearch-virus-and-related-problems
I have a solid hardware firewall, and up to date Norton AV, yet have still been hit! I dont know this connection. Post the contents of Log.txt in this thread. 2. Budfred I thought I did have the most up to date version because I updated it a few days ago I only found out yesterday from ErnieK that there was an
The one you directed me to turned out to be a more up to date version and worked. there may be another one or two that i've tried but didn't successfully download or run that i can't recall. 0 alc6379 105 12 Years Ago These need to be deleted: the r1 and r0 files always sort of look like that. http://www.pcguide.com/vb/archive/index.php/t-29299.html This identified 4 bits of scum (including CWS), and claims it eliminated them.
The one at the top? The time now is 04:21 AM. A little annoyed, I deleted them again only to have the same situation happen again and again. Find all posts by fleetwood #4 10-Jan-2005, 10:46 AM garyhay Developers Join Date: Dec 2002 Full Name: Gary Hay Posts: 1,680 Thanks: 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts
Register Help Remember Me? http://www.spywareinfo.com/~merijn/cwschronicles.html tweeky04-24-2004, 05:43 AMI downloaded it a few days ago from a different website and didn't find anything with it. Thanks a lot. I have google as the default but every time I restart, it gets reset to about:blank.
I'll look at it now though. Ad-Aware www.lavasoftusa.com (free for personal use) 2. Be sure to adhere to our posting rules. Ephemera07-28-2004, 12:37 PMNo.
But what about fonts? I've downloaded nearly every tool to remove this and no joy. Reply With Quote January 15th, 2008,11:28 AM #8 BB21 View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Med Student Join Date Jan 2008 Posts 1 Open Ports Akami Technologies host the files used If it returns I will post a link to a fix that I have not yet tried. 0 OPDiscussion Starter jendej 12 Years Ago it came back in a particularly potent
Algernon07-28-2004, 02:16 PMIt's hijacked my homepage too. ... View Answer Related Questions Os : Annoying Virus/Bug/Spyware Problem We have ts annoying Virus at one of the computers at work that is not supposed to be connected to the internet I am really worried because I have recently bought an HTC mobile phone and I do not have any idea whether my HTC Magic cell phone is infected with Virus or
If it doesn't work, run System restore or something, so you get these reg keys back. 0 OPDiscussion Starter jendej 12 Years Ago i tried to remove them and they were
so i'll try the things offered up to try to find hidden files, but i have been unsuccessful at actually finding these hidden files to remove them. Firstly, and I'm fucking sick of telling people, STOP USING IE. Alternative to Windows Indexing Last Post 2 Weeks Ago I frequently find myself looking for files on my computer. 99.9% of the time I am looking for a file by name First? :) More answers in that thread than you can shake a hijacked stick at.
If you must use IE, you can avoid this sort of thing by disabling ActiveX scripting. Port 13 open. Am seriously contemplating a full reformat and reinstall, though I'm less confident of doing this than I was pre-XP (I have in the back of mind some scare moungering when XP heres a report from hijack this.
i also tried to re-run some of the other programs. What does ... Forums DaniWeb IT Discussion Community Join Log In Read Answer Ask Hardware and Software Programming Digital Media Community Center Hardware and Software Information Security coolwebsearch virus and related problems 0 jendej But what about fonts?
I have switched to Firefox for web browsing, but don't like the idea of this 'thing' being on my home machine. if i reinstalled everything, is there any chance that anything would be left lingering? 0 crunchie 990 12 Years Ago Try the fix at this link first. I am using windows XP. My Outlooks says that I am sending email messages with virus, to email addresses and people I do not know!
Then, keep tapping the F8 Key. I got my first Virus the other day, (damn you Sara Jean Underwood!) and installed a nasty AntiVirus malware ... Download CCleaner and install it. Drive-Scan: The disk scan searches folders or drives of your choice, for trojans.
Webserver (possible Trojaner: Executor) Port 5000 open. Additionally, blocking against the NTP server ports may prevent the worm from meeting certain date and time conditions for the secondary and tertiary attacks. [Also] Block port 123 and UDP ports please tell me what to scan and what logs to post, or what else to try so i can provide the needed information.