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Does deleting an item from the list in it uninstall the program or just remove it from SpyBot's list (or remove its corresponding registry info)? A message will ask if you want to reboot now – Click NO. We could be just about done already. However, to do a restore (which would erase my programs and media) I would need to first back them up, which I cannot do until either Thursday or this weekend, and this contact form

SWario, Jun 19, 2005 #35 chaslang MajorGeeks Admin - Master Malware Expert Staff Member SWario said: Haha, I just sort of figured you just went somewhere for the weekend or something, The below is related to it. Attached Files: hijackthis.log File size: 7.3 KB Views: 5 SWario, Jun 23, 2005 #42 chaslang MajorGeeks Admin - Master Malware Expert Staff Member SWario said: I ran the registry patch, but SWario, Jun 14, 2005 #9 chaslang MajorGeeks Admin - Master Malware Expert Staff Member Please just follow the steps given to you in message # 2. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/9329/only-the-best-hijack/

Also, what if I just removed those user accounts? Next, go back to your HJT windows and select 'Delete an NT Service" Now copy/paste the following into the box that opens, and press "OK": Workstation NetLogon Service If that does SWario, Jun 14, 2005 #11 chaslang MajorGeeks Admin - Master Malware Expert Staff Member SWario said: I don't believe that procedures here would cause physical damage to hard drives, I more

Anyways, I've run into a problem: - Stopped and disabled Workstation Netlogon Service (C:\WINDOWS\winsq32.exe) without a problem - Shortly after disabling WNS, Norton Internet Security alerts me that C:\WINDOWS\javanp.exe is attempting That way they can respawn when you shut down other processes or services. At least none of them will always work on all forms. Attached Files: User1-hijackthis.log File size: 7 KB Views: 1 User2-hijackthis.log File size: 6 KB Views: 1 SWario, Jun 22, 2005 #39 SWario Sergeant My user's HJT log and a screenshot of

Make sure you run About:Buster and HSremove as indicated. Anything else I should do or is there something I am missing? O9 - Extra button: Real.com - {CD67F990-D8E9-11d2-98FE-00C0F0318AFE} - C:\WINDOWS\System32\Shdocvw.dll If you do not use RealPlayer, look in Add/Remove programs for it and uninstall it. Post your HJT log so we can identify all the processes related to the hijacker.

Should I boot into safe mode to delete those files or should I use Pocket Killbox's "delete on reboot" function? Unless the Service is both stopped and disabled, HJT cannot Delete the NT service. If I find that there haven't been a whole lot of installations since April, then I might try to do a system restore and work from there. It's up to you what you want to try.

Then click the Programs tab and then click "Reset Web Settings". Go Here On another note, my Norton AV ran again (it's scheduled for Fridays) and now found over 40 infected files. SWario, Jun 19, 2005 #37 chaslang MajorGeeks Admin - Master Malware Expert Staff Member Okay! Click to expand...

There a a variety of tools out there the say they remove this hijacker. http://pcialliance.org/hijack-help/hijack-help-please.html Doing this can make the problem spread and mutate which would make any fix I would provide a waste of time. When finished with the READ ME FIRST. Note: ADS spy also displays legitimate ADS streams.

Don't delete streams if you are not completely sure they are malicious! If this has never been tried before, I'll be the guinea pig and see what Ad-Aware can do with what it found. Next, go back to your HJT windows and select 'Delete an NT Service" Now copy/paste the following into the box that opens, and press "OK": Workstation NetLogon Service If that does http://pcialliance.org/hijack-help/hijack-help-plz.html Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...

If you look in current threads, I'm working quite a few of these right now. Then click the Programs tab and then click "Reset Web Settings". I would let Norton do its business, but I was not sure if you would want me to let it or if you would prefer another method.

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It basically just changes registry settings which can make installations/uninstalls look like they were never done even though the file status itself has not changed. Already answered in message number 8. What are these lines and are they okay to fix (as in will it damage IE or other programs if I remove them)? SWario, Jun 14, 2005 #3 SWario Sergeant Also, have either the Ad-Aware ADS (Alternate Data Stream) Scan or the SpyBot Hosts List tool been tested on this problem before?

And tell us how these steps went and how things are working. Do you really believe would would have procedures here that could physically damage your hard disk? It does require re-installing and reconfiguring your settings. his comment is here I have not run ADSSpy yet or Ad-Aware's ADS Scan, I may do this after researching the file in question - I have not gotten any alerts from Norton about the

If you are still infected, this can cause it to mutate and spread making any following fixes I suggest a ineffective. Name the file fixhsa.reg and then click save. (make sure you save it somewhere you can find it. When it shows that it is stopped, next please set the 'Start-up Type' to 'Disabled'. Hasn't anyone come up with some kind of simple fix that doesn't involve installing 5 or more new programs, rebooting a dozen times, all while following a list of 100 instructions?Click

I'll attach that along with my HJT log that you asked for. Most of the results seem to be Thumbs.db files.