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Help! April 4, 2011 jim i've made soooo much money from these crappy malware devs. These new malwares will redirect the link to a file in your user profile, so that every time you run your browser it reinstalls and reinfects your computer. If you have a friend do it for you, do something nice to show your appreciation.

Avoid torrent sites, warez, pirated software, and pirated movies/videos. April 7, 2011 Chris Thanks for this article! What can I do? June 27, 2011 at 10:33 AM Anonymous said...

Just because your computer seems to be working fine after entering one of the codes, doesn't mean you have gotten rid of it. Thanks. April 7, 2011 Darkstar What do you guys think about SEP? When I saw the webpage get taken over I did my best not to panic and primarily not click anywere near an "Ok" dialog boxes.

April 4, 2011 HellScream *online scanner like safety.live.com from MS make sure that you will save a copy of the logs of the scanner if the scanner didnt manage to remove The same screen that win 7 security 2011 shows. Delete the following malicious registry entries and\or values: Key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\avsoft Key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\avsuite Key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\avsoft Key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\avsuite Key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Download Key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings Key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Associations Key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings Warning: if value is Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?

I've never used this because I'm no longer on Windows, but that company's WinPatrol product is one I used for years and have frequently recommended. April 4, 2011 Hatryst As an alternative, probably one of the AV live CDs might also be used to remove this infection… http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/36677/how-to-use-the-bitdefender-rescue-cd-to-clean-your-infected-pc/ April 4, 2011 Ian Good guide, I think It’s all the same virus, but renames itself depending on your system and which strain you get infected with. And is it possible to call someone to get my money back?

I've had a lot of luck with this method when the other great suggestions made won't restore your system. Some of it is trickier. This usually fixes the registry long enough to get Security Essential open and run a scan which then usually kills the virus. Unfortunately, he fell for it and gave someone his credit card info to have the virus "removed" (the only thing that was removed was the forty dollars from his wallet).

  1. Private data can be stolen by third parties, including credit card details and passwords.
  2. I tried everything I could find listed on HowtoGeek.
  3. In our case it was called wmi.exe, but I'm sure that the file name will be different in your case.
  4. That is the advantage of Gmail and AOL.
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  6. Update: You can use this debugged serial key 9443-077673-5028 or 3425-814615-3990 to register the rogue application in order to stop the fake security alerts.
  7. If no virus is found, use "sfc /scannow" to repair important Windows files.
  8. I couldn't use the codes so I just followed the removal instruction to command and notepad. =) June 20, 2011 at 4:56 PM Anonymous said...
  9. I don't know why I bother to add this post since the attention deficit crowd that needs to hear it will never read this far.
  10. Don H July 29, 2011 at 12:43 PM Paresh said...

While you're waiting, make sure your computer is free of malware, again using the other answers to this question. up vote 384 down vote favorite 223 What should I do if my Windows computer seems to be infected with a virus or malware? Any ideas? Here's a screenshot of what the fake payment page looks like: Quick removal: 1.

Once you perform this operation you should be able to run programs again. I tried using the notepad method and now when I try to run anything I get "not valid win32". Toolbar ZoneAlarm Anti-Spyware ZoneAlarm Extreme Security ZoneAlarm Internet Security ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite ZoneAlarm Plus ZoneAlarm Pro ZoneAlarm with Antivirus Steps to remove conflicting programs  IMPORTANT: We recommend that you print All Rights Reserved.

nice dude! Then empty the Recycle Bin. superantispyware personal standalone version runs as a com file so could run that before fixing exe registry association. A menu will appear with several options.

The point is you are asking for help and the help is here. July 17, 2011 at 12:09 AM Anonymous said... I also have NOD32, quite mad it didn't pick this virus up.

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Sometimes you can run malwarebytes or SAS alone and end up with a clean machine. Commercial is also a way Antispyware Soft monitors user action and wants. Antispyware Soft intrusion method Antispyware Soft copies its file(s) to your hard disk. June 26, 2011 at 2:12 AM Anonymous said... People working with sensitive data or inside networks where sensitive data is held should strongly consider wipe and re-install.

Similar Threads - Solved Remove Antispy In Progress How to remove virus? Problem Summary: Antispyware Soft It has locked up, Microsoft outlook, add/delete program under control panel, there is a new icon check mark on my start bar, I now have porno.com website the virus wont let me open my documents or my computer help!!! Problem Summary: Can not remove Anti Spyware Soft Hello, I am emailing for my mom, who has been infected (well, her computer, not herself) with the Anti Spyware Soft virus.

Ran 'fix.reg'. The next problem was that once the virus was removed, you couldn’t open anything—in fact, I still wasn’t even able to install MalwareBytes. Then run a quick scan with Malwarebytes. Do you have pop-ups on your PC?

i can fix some problem myself... Unfortunately, this is something you should do yourself, or a have a techy friend do for you. When you are finished with all of that please post your HJT log again. on my desktop bar that is this annoying green shield that keeps on claiming my computer is infected and that buying the product would fix it(I know not to buy it).