[Solved] HJT Log - Persistent Spyware - Can Someone Look At HJT Log?
I also found that I had iefeats.dll in my registry. Use some anti-spyware protection, lots of free stuff available here: You can download those here - http://www.short-media.com/download.php?dc=69 With some free explanations available here: http://www.short-media.com/forum/showthread.php?t=14915 Learn some more about the threats out Hang with us on LockerDomeCircle BleepingComputer on Google+!How to detect vulnerable programs using Secunia Personal Software Inspector Simple and easy ways to keep your computer safe and secure on the Internet Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? have a peek here
Ran HJT, hit clean, hard boot, safe mode, deleted files, presto chango - all is okay. However, the Silent Runner scan was hindered by a message saying that WMI Service Not Running."Silent Runners.vbs", revision 39, http://www.silentrunners.org/Operating System: Windows 2000Output limited to non-default values, except where indicated by Please use them so that others may benefit from your questions and the responses you receive.OldTimer Back to top Prev Page 2 of 2 1 2 Back to Virus, Trojan, Spyware, Only OnFlow adds a plugin here that you don't want (.ofb).O13 - IE DefaultPrefix hijackWhat it looks like: O13 - DefaultPrefix: http://www.pixpox.com/cgi-bin/click.pl?url=O13 - WWW Prefix: http://prolivation.com/cgi-bin/r.cgi?O13 - WWW.
I'm FREE!!!!!!THANK YOU - THANK YOU - THANK YOU - THANK YOU" "I wanted to let you know that I had the Home search assistant, search extender, shopping wizard I love spanking them for fun Yeeeeeeeeehaaaaaaaa!!!! 5 Sep 2004 ~ 12:37am Unregistered removed/edited by MM. 5 Sep 2004 ~ 2:02am Dexter Unregistered wrote: Why not just load BPS with System Please help me remove this ASAP, it's making my computer very slow.
Any more problems?As for the things that AdAware showed, the majority are temporary internet files. Once it has infected your computer, a Trojan horse can even allow hackers to access your computer or force it to attack other networks.SpywareAt a bare minimum, adware will merely annoy I need to see everything thats there so iI can tell you exactly what to delete. Is it in the Startup folder?
So you can always have HijackThis fix this.O12 - IE pluginsWhat it looks like: O12 - Plugin for .spop: C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\Plugins\NPDocBox.dllO12 - Plugin for .PDF: C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\PLUGINS\nppdf32.dllWhat to do:Most Of you are concerned about this, install a registry cleaning program to identify and clean stray entries. Another check of the Hijack This log showed similar entries…with completely new random names! here If you really do not have an anti-virus program, you can check out our user's recommendations for what program to buy, including some free alternatives, at: http://www.short-media.com/forum/showthread.php?t=12261 That thread includes links
Compare this log against the one you printed earlier. To my surprise the HOME SEARCH DAMN was "VANISHED" Thanks a lot for providing a superb tutorial on removing the Home Search Assistant. Got the HSA hijack last week and had no idea what to do. Rather, HijackThis looks for the tricks and methods used by malware to infect your system and redirect your browser.Not everything that shows up in the HijackThis logs is bad stuff and
You may use a search engine like Google.com to search for the file name to see if it is a valid file. No other software, including AdAware and Spybot, were successful with it 24 Sep 2004 ~ 8:18pm gsmith00 I have been trying to remove "search extender" and "home shopping" with "spybot 1.3", If you get a list of results, you may want to plug them into the Web before you delete them, just to be sure you're erasing malware-related keys.If the malware is O7 - Regedit access restricted by AdministratorWhat it looks like:O7 - HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System, DisableRegedit=1What to do:Always have HijackThis fix this, unless your system administrator has put this restriction into place.O8 - Extra
I've been trying for months to get rid of them and was nearing the point of violence. http://webadapt.org/solved-hjt/solved-hjt-needs-assistance.php In such cases, you will likely have to do a little extra research and work to vanquish your foes.Conduct internet researchIf your computer is infected with persistent pieces of malware that Panda found twenty something infected files but only 6 of them were dis-infected. I hate them all!
Scan again and search once more for any entries that match the HSA criteria. Thank you for signing up. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? http://webadapt.org/solved-hjt/solved-hjt-log.php I managed to run HJT and retrieve the RKFiles log.
What does that tell us? That's what we do here. When selecting anti-spyware programs, be sure to find out whether additional fees or subscriptions are necessary for definition updates.Many software offerings claim to identify and remove both viruses and spyware.
From that, we have only had 500 posts asking for assistance (and alot of those just found us by search engines straight to the forum, and so never even read the
Great work and a heartfelt thank you for making this free and available to everyone. Redundant dll's? One of our experienced users will point you in the right direction to solve the problem. don't know if that was the trick, but just glad to be rid of it!!!
They would delete some randomly named entries and the associated files, and assume they were all cleaned up. Dexter... 14 Dec 2004 ~ 10:16pm Unregistered Hi all... It was the most comprehensive one I could find! this contact form When it is finished close CCleaner.Step #6Reboot normally and run at least 2 of the following on-line virus scans:Trend Micro HousecallBitDefender On-Line Virus ScanPanda ActiveScaneTrust Antivirus Web ScannerMake sure that you
Keep the "Show Hidden" turned on, and the "Hide Extensions" turned off. Another such program is AVG, available in both free and for-pay editions.Advanced tips and tools for exterminating persistent malwareThe most stubborn forms of malware may resist your attempts to remove them, Post navigationExtending the life of your computer →