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Share this post Link to post Share on other sites This topic is now closed to further replies. I had more time then, I wasn't busy, but the customer just sees a struggling tech and somebody whos not confident of how wisely theyve spent their time as they don't Either or, he mentioned he's found quite a few systems brought in with that program installed that when doing scans, that program is being pointed at an awful lot. I can't see anything obviously suspicious in that log, although if anyone else does, feel free to chip in. http://pcialliance.org/hijackthis-log/hijackthis-exe-itself-is-not-opening-cant-able-to-get-the-hijackthis-log-file.html

Most of the paranoia with the prog is directed towards the name. To clarify, I'm well aware of the suspicion that SAS receives. We recommend Gmail.   The notifications won't even be in your Spam folder - they just go down a black hole. There may also be others that point to obscure dlls and exes which you know to be suspect.

My partner loves it. I wouldn't exactly call those two entries windows components, would you (or known components of a program at all)?Neither would registering that library via rgsrv32 in the HJT log Worth a then go to C:\windows\temp and select EVERYTHING except temporary internet files, cookies and history folders and delete all that and then do the same for C:\temp 1) Open Control Panel 2) Maybe the hijackthis log can tell you more.

Hey, I just scanned your Hijack This log, and this file results "suspicious" (no guarantee) O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [V0350Mon.exe] C:\WINDOWS\V0350Mon.exeRating:It seems that the name of this program is the same as SUPERantispyware. Click on the View tab and make sure that "Show hidden files and folders" is checked. edit: just to emphasize its legitimacy, here is a forum thread which actually sings SAS' praises.

The steps I outlined in my post should get rid of any Zedo or Smitfraud entries. #17 CyberPitz, Jun 2, 2008 Laivasse Companion Cube Joined: Feb 3, 2005 Messages: 4,816 I was considering the Kaspersky rescue as a last resort but i talked to the girl and she said that she has everything backed up to an external drive, so I Make a note of their locations on your comp, if that info is revealed here. Chuck Romano says October 27, 2011 at 7:52 am Benjamin, I think it's really your call.

and what is this program anyway? #1 Seppo, Jun 2, 2008 Laivasse Companion Cube Joined: Feb 3, 2005 Messages: 4,816 Likes Received: 27 I gave up on both those programs i've got a couple of links that it sends out to everyone and i talked to the girlfriend and she says that they made it look like you got free emoticons After downloading the tool, disconnect from the internet and disable all antivirus protection. Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy!

Firewall;c:\progra~1\steganos\intern~1\avgfws8.exe [2009-3-1 1363808] R2 MSSQL$VAIO_VEDB;SQL Server (VAIO_VEDB);c:\program files\microsoft sql server\mssql.1\mssql\binn\sqlservr.exe [2008-11-24 29263712] R3 R5U870FLx86;R5U870 UVC Lower Filter ;c:\windows\system32\drivers\R5U870FLx86.sys [2007-5-29 73472] R3 R5U870FUx86;R5U870 UVC Upper Filter ;c:\windows\system32\drivers\R5U870FUx86.sys [2007-5-29 43904] R3 SonyImgF;Sony Image http://maddoktor2.com/forums/index.php?topic=3436.0 Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... http://www.superantispyware.com/superantis...efreevspro.htmlHey, I had got the messenger virus too. But in any case there are enough threads talking about the legitimacy of the prog for us to be able to assume that all the posters are not employed actors, unless

So now, go and get hijackthis and run it. http://pcialliance.org/hijackthis-log/hijackthis-log-please-help-me-out.html Nothing I did seem to remove this lil bugger of a root kit from a client's computer. That doesn't help anybody either. Run it, and post back here the log it creates.

Thanks for your help tOM Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.0 Scan saved at 22:41:21, on 27/12/2004 Platform: Windows XP SP1 (WinNT 5.01.2600) MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP1 (6.00.2800.1106) Running processes: C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exe C:\WINDOWS\system32\winlogon.exe But set a limit on your time, and if you arent getting anywhere, get out the sledgehammer and fix the cost for an offsite rebuild. Join over 733,556 other people just like you! weblink i've run super in safe mode and have changed the passwords and took them off the remember me function klpipes 22.12.2007 20:41 do you think uninstalling the msn and cleaning the

i remove one shitware, two more pop up. #27 Seppo, Jun 3, 2008 Laivasse Companion Cube Joined: Feb 3, 2005 Messages: 4,816 Likes Received: 27 Try an NOD32 trial, otherwise Windows Defender has evolved from Microsoft Antispyware which in turn grew from GIANT Antispyware, after MS bought out GIANT. That order works.

Tells me "Acces denied" when I start IE, forces me to go to "Security-look.cc", and when I type "www.yahoo.com", IE crashes.

I runned Ad-Aware SE updated, Spybot updated, VX2Finder finds some entries that I can stop from downloading at startup with Spybot, but it's still there. Click on "Proceed" Please deselect "Search for negligible risk entries", as negligible risk entries (MRU's) are not considered to be a threat. Run an online antivirus check from at least one and preferably 2 of the following sites http://security.symantec.com/default.asp? On Unix/Linux system, this is called “root” access.

good thing is the bot.exe didn't reapper this time, BUT now i got a new DOS window pop up, this time it was sb.exe. Simon says October 28, 2011 at 7:06 am When malwarebytes, combofix and TDSskiller fail, Unhackme has pretty much saved the day numerous times for me and on 64bit machines too « Kernel-mode Rootkits Kernel-mode rootkits hook to the system’s kernel API’s and modify data structure within the kernel itself. check over here To be sure, you should check this file.Try to send that file to Kaspersky Labs and don't forget to VirusTotal and Jottii have those files from Klpipes and i have send

Check the results for any registry entries which either a) look like they correspond to any of those suspicious entries in msconfig, or b) just generally point to highly suspicious exes, Popular PostsSecure Password Reset Techniques For Managed ServicesManaged service customers always seem to need password resets. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. so they said to go to their free online scanner and guess what!!!!!!!

Downside to a lot of rootkit removing software now days is that they do not support Windows 7 64bit 2ndLifeComputers.com says October 26, 2011 at 1:05 pm We always use SmitfraudFix Attach the screenshot to your next post.i've done a full pc scan with the ka7.0 and i've done it with a bunch of others and it's not picking ti up. klpipes 22.12.2007 20:38 no word from the lab yet moderator. If I am helping you and you don't hear from me for 24Hrs, send me a PM Please!

So if the sh*t (Actually shouldn't complain these lowlifes are helping up make money) doesn't show up as mentioned in the article How can you be sure that it's a rootkit I hope you can give some instructions on how to proceed.   Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.1 Scan saved at 23:11:07, on 7-1-2006 Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600) MSIE: Internet Explorer