HJT Log - Can Some Kind Person Please Check It For Me?
I can only run internet in Safe Mode. Now, if and when you suspect that you are infected or some files in your computer are tampered, you can run this program again and compare the results. Active programs Check what processes you have running. is much harder, but not at all impossible if advanced attacker is in the game. weblink
If you can post some info about the issue you are having with your computer? The point of running it is, that you boot to DOS using a clean bootup disk. Your data will not hold up in court, but it can be used to assist the police investigations a lot. Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. visit
If you dont know what a particular file is, again, use Google to find out. DNS changes address names (like www.markusjansson.net) to IP addresses so you cant get something from the net with domain name instead of IP address. It is usually done just to harrash or revenge you since it isnt a real "threat" to your computer, unless you are the source of such attack!
Paranoid person might check using three different antivirus programs and one antitrojan program. If you are using NTFS file system, please note that it is possible to hide a trojan inside "alternative data streams" so it is practicly impossible to detect. One way to prevent hardware keyloggers is to continously monitor the surrounding of the computer and especially all wires onto it. Be sure to adhere to our posting rules.
If HelpBot replies, you MUST follow step 1 in its reply so we know you need help.Orange BlossomAn ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cureSpywareBlaster, WinPatrol Plus, ESET Smart Also, lowering your monitors contrast will make it much more difficult to spot ie. When you are about to reinstall something or update your programs in secure manner, you should first check for changes in your computer (incase you are currently infected with trojans etc.). HijackThis log, please check for me Started by i am a good person , Apr 28 2009 11:38 PM This topic is locked 2 replies to this topic #1 i am
Most new trojans arent detected by even latest definitions files of antivirus and antitrojan products! Anything special about? What ever it is, it is something you should react to then. If you still cant delete it, then you need to boot to DOS (if you are running FAT16/32) and delete it from command prompt.
Depending upon how hard you have been hit, you need to concider how to move on. I have tried several versions of MB over the last several months as they have been released but I still have the problem. http://www.hijackthis.de/en 0 OPDiscussion Starter a_quint 10 Years Ago I believe that I've gotten the problem taken care of finally windows-virus This question has already been answered. Life goes on… Hardware snooping?
Did you tick the entries then tick fix checked?? have a peek at these guys Share this post Link to post snorlax New Member Members 26 posts Location: Indianapolis ID: 63 Posted October 1, 2009 After doing everything requested, forum will not accept my In case you still have problems, please start a new topic. Remove what you can find, there is no reason to have spyware on your computer.
Naturally, before you do it, close all other programs (but not your firewall!) and connections. Or, when you are using some internet based bank service, you are redirected to hackers faked "bank" page! Remember to check its settings too, so it scans all files, compressed files and uses heuristics…and that it has latest virus definitions installed! http://pcialliance.org/hjt-log/hjt-log-can-someone-please-check.html It might be hard or it might be very easy.
You can do this with "Ctrl + Alt + Del" on Win95/98/ME and "Ctrl + Alt + Del" / "taskmanager" / "process" on WindowsNT/2000/XP. Doing TEMPEST attack against your computers CPU, memory, keyboard (unless its wireless keyboard!), etc. Here are some examples about how to prevent/detect this type of attacks.
down and pressing charges against him after you have collected some data.
Please wait until the person assisting you provides feedback.There are often many others that require asistance as well, so please be patient. If the attack is net-based (like port scan, DoS attack or DNS spoofing that you somehow spot), then the best option might be to disconnect. If the hacker is not inside your computer but just scanning your ports, then you dont have much to worry about. Everything!
I apologize for the delay getting to your log, the helpers here are very busy.If you still need help, please post a fresh Hijackthis log, in this thread, so I can If you are target for DoS, it just prevents you (and perhaps dozens other people too since they can share your connection somehow) from using the net. Dont panic! http://pcialliance.org/hjt-log/hjt-log-check-up-please-take-a-look-thanks.html If you get saying its a trojan, then delete the damm file on your computer!
That way they will mess up each other EM signals and make TEMPEST much, much harder, or even impossible. GSM does, by default, provide some level of encryption, a level that just might be enought to fool a hacker next door, but not enought to prevent someone who knows he's The easiest source for TEMPEST is your monitor and its contents (what you see in it, to be more exact), by default it can be monitored even more than 50 meters Usually just fix it and be smarter next time you use your computer.
Also, the file and its databases are pretty small (few megabytes) so you can for example, burn it to cdrom or put in usb drive and carry it with you all There are good (non-free) programs like net.demon to help you out. We do not work on any logs posted in the General forum.Please do not install any software or use any removal/scanning tool except for those you're requested to run by the If you dont, get them but dont close your firewall, just open a small hole for the program that gets the updates and then again disconnect.
It will notify you on ALL changes on those files and it is impossible for any virus/trojan to hide itself in your computer from this program. Thanks. What is wrong here? If you have a firewall like ZoneAlarm, it might have logged a suspicious program trying to setup a server or your antivirus alerted you about some trojan.
Its still worth investigating, since it could be a sign of someone trying to connect to a trojan horse that is in your computer or look for vulnerabilities in your computer A metal cage around the room should be enought to produce Faraday's cage, but its very hard to properly shield the room because EM signals can easily leak from corners, doors, Yours XXXXXX" If you have suffered severe damage, like lost your files and/or much time, I suggest haunting the S.O.B. Anyway, you should be sceptical, even paranoid.