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Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Maurice Naggar    Staff Moderators 16,648 posts Location: USA Interests: Security, Windows, Windows Update, malware prevention ID: 5   Posted October Every time that happened, I had to exit the browser and reconnect my internet to be able to browse again. Back to top #5 nagliz nagliz Member Members 11 posts Posted 15 September 2008 - 09:55 PM Here is that log and hijackthis log:# version=4# OnlineScanner.ocx=1.0.0.56# OnlineScannerDLLA.dll=1, 0, 0, 51# OnlineScannerDLLW.dll=1, FF - ProfilePath - c:\documents and settings\matrix01\application data\mozilla\firefox\profiles\gcczvljf.default\ FF - prefs.js: browser.startup.homepage - hxxp://encl/ FF - prefs.js: network.proxy.type - 0 FF - plugin: c:\program files\adobe\acrobat 9.0\acrobat\air\nppdf32.dll FF - plugin: c:\program files\common http://softsystechnologies.com/hjt-log/hjt-log-69sexsearch-hijack.html

If we have ever helped you in the past, please consider helping us. Please use "Reply to this topic" -button while replying. What to do: Usually the Netscape and Mozilla homepage and search page are safe. RP374: 9/27/2011 4:22:27 PM - Installed Java 6 Update 26 RP375: 9/27/2011 4:25:16 PM - Installed Java 6 Update 27 RP376: 9/29/2011 10:00:13 AM - System Checkpoint RP377: 9/30/2011 11:24:08 AM

But we still have problems with Google and Bing searches in both IE and Firefox, so I don't thinkg it's a browser issue. Companion BHO - {13F537F0-AF09-11d6-9029-0002B31F9E59} - C:\PROGRAM FILES\YAHOO!\COMPANION\YCOMP5_0_2_4.DLLO2 - BHO: (no name) - {1A214F62-47A7-4CA3-9D00-95A3965A8B4A} - C:\PROGRAM FILES\POPUP ELIMINATOR\AUTODISPLAY401.DLL (file missing)O2 - BHO: MediaLoads Enhanced - {85A702BA-EA8F-4B83-AA07-07A5186ACD7E} - C:\PROGRAM FILES\MEDIALOADS ENHANCED\ME1.DLLWhat to do:If The full name is usually important-sounding, like 'Network Security Service', 'Workstation Logon Service' or 'Remote Procedure Call Helper', but the internal name (between brackets) is a string of garbage, like 'Ort'. If you are using Windows XP's CategoryView, select the Network and Internet Connections category otherwisedouble click on Network Connections.

Prefix: http://ehttp.cc/?Click to expand... These can be either valid or bad. The link is kept updated at all times. This compression method in itself is harmless, but since a lot of viruses also use this compression, it is frequently associated with viruses just because of that.

System Restore also doesn't work. The service needs to be deleted from the Registry manually or with another tool. Other members who need assistance please start your own topic in a new thread. All actions that need user input are skipped.

Plainfield, New Jersey, USA ID: 2   Posted October 3, 2012 Welcome to the forum.Before we proceed further, please uninstall or disable uTorrent and any other peer-to-peer filesharing app.Continued use of Provided removal instructions are meant to be used in the correspondent user's case only. HijackThis is frequently used for repairs in computer shops. There are hundreds of rogue anti-spyware programs that have used this method of displaying fake security warnings.

Started by khorney , Jan 02 2009 07:11 AM This topic is locked 3 replies to this topic #1 khorney khorney Members 2 posts OFFLINE Local time:12:02 AM Posted 02 What is your connection to CoolWebSearch? Search - file:///C:\Program Files\Yahoo!\Common/ycsrch.htm O8 - Extra context menu item: Zoom &In - C:\WINDOWS\WEB\zoomin.htm O8 - Extra context menu item: Zoom O&ut - C:\WINDOWS\WEB\zoomout.htmClick to expand... What to do: This is the listing of non-Microsoft services.

RP359: 9/27/2011 11:19:39 AM - Installed Windows XP KB2570222. What to do: If you don't recognize the name of the item in the right-click menu in IE, have HijackThis fix it. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- O9 - Extra buttons on main IE toolbar, What to do: Most of the time these are safe. What to do: Most of the time only AOL and Coolwebsearch silently add sites to the Trusted Zone.

Javacool's SpywareBlaster has a huge database of malicious ActiveX objects that can be used for looking up CLSIDs. (Right-click the list to use the Find function.) O17 - Lop.com domain hijacksWhat Several trojan hijackers use a homemade service in adittion to other startups to reinstall themselves. but something like m12jas56jsd.sys and another file in system32 - ie. this contact form How can I do something to combat this strain of browser hijacking trojans?

Several functions may not work. But please note they are far from perfect and should be used with extreme caution!!! Companion - {EF99BD32-C1FB-11D2-892F-0090271D4F88} - C:\PROGRAM FILES\YAHOO!\COMPANION\YCOMP5_0_2_4.DLL O3 - Toolbar: Popup Eliminator - {86BCA93E-457B-4054-AFB0-E428DA1563E1} - C:\PROGRAM FILES\POPUP ELIMINATOR\PETOOLBAR401.DLL (file missing) O3 - Toolbar: rzillcgthjx - {5996aaf3-5c08-44a9-ac12-1843fd03df0a} - C:\WINDOWS\APPLICATION DATA\CKSTPRLLNQUL.DLLClick to expand...

What to do: If you don't directly recognize a toolbar's name, use CLSID database to find it by the class ID (CLSID, the number between curly brackets) and see if it's

Back to top #9 km2357 km2357 Malware Response Team 1,784 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:California Local time:04:02 PM Posted 07 October 2011 - 01:39 AM Ok, we'll go ahead and continue Then right click on your defaultconnection, usually local area connection for cable and dsl, and leftclick on properties. SmitFraud infections commonly use this method to embed messages, pictures, or web pages directly on to a user's Active Desktop to display fake security warnings as the Desktop background. HijackThis targets only browser hijacking methods, not trojans or viruses.

Treat with extreme care.O22 - SharedTaskSchedulerWhat it looks like: O22 - SharedTaskScheduler: (no name) - {3F143C3A-1457-6CCA-03A7-7AA23B61E40F} - c:\windows\system32\mtwirl32.dll What to do:This is an undocumented autorun for Windows NT/2000/XP only, which is Username Forum Password I've forgotten my password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list Privacy Policy

Jump You're not expected to understand all the results at first glance, it's pretty technical. I didn't install HijackThis.

In HijackThis 1.99.1 or higher, the button 'Delete NT Service' in the Misc Tools section can be used for this. How did it get on my computer? Also, if I may ask, can you find anything else in the logs I provided that may indicate a malware infection?Thanks in advance. Provided removal instructions are meant to be used in the correspondent user's case only.

Why am I getting error #75 (Path/File access) in modMain_CheckOther1Item()? Microsoft Windows XP Professional Boot Device: \Device\HarddiskVolume2 Install Date: 10/6/2009 9:32:41 AM System Uptime: 9/30/2011 12:03:54 PM (0 hours ago) . mfebopk;c:\windows\system32\drivers\mfebopk.sys [2009-10-7 43192] R3 mirrorflt;Mirror Filter Driver for Uninstall;c:\windows\system32\drivers\mirrorflt.sys [2011-5-23 6144] R3 SRS_PremiumSound_Service;SRS Labs Premium Sound;c:\windows\system32\drivers\SRS_PremiumSound_i386.sys [2009-9-16 232744] S1 mferkdk;VSCore mferkdk;\??\c:\program files\mcafee\virusscan enterprise\mferkdk.sys --> c:\program files\mcafee\virusscan enterprise\mferkdk.sys [?] S3 Credential Vault And the log will be put into a MGlogs.zip file with a few other required logs.

They rarely get hijacked, only Lop.com has been known to do this. I attached both the DDS.txt and Attach.txt files as well as a hijackthis.log file in hopes of helping you guys better pinpoint the problem.At first, it was merely a case of What to do: If the domain is not from your ISP or company network, have HijackThis fix it. Keep your system up to date from WindowsUpdate!

You can also delete the backups it created if you like. I'm guessing that entry is automatically generated every time I run the client and attempt to connect to their network. On limited user accounts and on Windows Vista, this file may be protected by Windows and HijackThis is denied access. Sorry, don't remember the file name.

The GMER LogUse multiple posts if you can't fit everything into one post. How do I know what to remove and what not in the scan results? How do I get rid of this CWS trojan? Instructions for resetting should be found in router manual.

As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged In that case, download and run this Registry script to remove the item from the Add/Remove Software list. Your CWShredder program doesn't fix my problem! Thank you !