Too simple? A couple were optional but none were malacious.Computer is running a smige better, but still major problems opening my computer. ipconfig /flushdns is the command you'll want. It's very tenacious.

Run the command "nbtstat -R". (Press the Start button, click on Run, type nbtstat -R, and press OK.) You should only see a window flash on the screen briefly, but this When i want something on MY computer i will install download and install it myself.. I quaranteened them all this morning and if I have probs down the road with my Kodak I will put it back in service, but you can bet it will be Teresa Records, detects, and sends keystroke info from PC Jim Vendor-ware calling home DJF Its a dangerous logitech control file, used control panel, add/remove to delete it then deleted it from

ak June 17, 2004 10:49 PM i have a problem with my computer it shuting of after one minute and massaig comes "lsass.exe" some writing is there also. Mandar June 22, 2004 4:21 AM I have OS windows 2000 & whenever I connect to internet my system reboot again & again Trin June 22, 2004 6:16 AM Thanks for LOL!!!!

superhacker Avast Evangelist Advanced Poster Posts: 979 superhacker != super mario Re: Malware removal guide « Reply #4 on: February 13, 2010, 09:05:08 PM » QuoteUse this program to deeply check Before each crash, Norton Internet Security blocked an intrusion, though security scans came up blank. You can obtain detailed information about backweb-8876480.exe and any other processes running in the background using a tool like Anti-Spy.Info. Some companies use it for online support.

Run Security Task Manager to check your backweb-8876480 process 2. The SVCHOST issue also sounds like yet another virus - http://ask-leo.com/archives/000105.html Leo June 18, 2004 4:48 PM Jen: if it's the setup I think it is, no. Is there a known backweb-8876480.exe error? The process is apart of Desktop Messenger from Logitech.

There are lots other way to let user check for software updates, but not sits there silently, occupying 1.5MB of valuable memory, and doing things that users are not aware of. I recommend removal.I'm much happier without it myself.Lots less work trying to monitor this moster on top of everything else. If you need your system resources free though, I would recommend removing it. Jimy Can be used to upload othere than logitech.

And to answer your question: YES the vulnerability that sasser and related viruses take advantage of does NOT require you to be logged in. THANXXXXXXXXXX Leo May 17, 2004 4:32 PM Visit the Microsoft site listed in the article. If you are really not sure you want to because of the hype that some of the software manufacturers spewl............ So, any tips? :-) Domen Leo May 25, 2004 8:29 AM Jagadeesh: Please read the full article.

You should be able to abort the shutdown within those first 60 seconds by doing the following: Press the Start button and then the Run menu item. any software to aid in finding updates should stick to peering at manufacturer's site. What will i do? Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Maybe there's a clue there by MarkFlax Forum moderator / July 31, 2006 7:33 PM PDT In reply to: I'll keep trying, but

Logitech works fine without this crap. Like someone else said, the name is BAD. This package is based on the F-Secure Engine and is 97% effective at detecting and preventing Trojan and Malware infection. Started by SRRider , 28 Nov 2004 3 replies 3,154 views illukka 29 Nov 2004 Help!

Gabriel Stoica May 27, 2004 8:31 AM tank you verry much for your help about sasser virus Domenico May 27, 2004 5:15 PM Hi Leo, Well, im still trying!! Here are a couple of clarifications on the problem to narrow the focus of help.1) When I say Norton 2004 is ''fully updated'' I mean that all virus definations are up Or I just did't get what you said sorry about that, Can you help me ,one more thing you where sayying there a way to save my PC from viruses like

regards Anjum Leo June 1, 2004 4:15 PM You need to read the full article here.

The tool was made by a malware fighter actually. Attempting to delete C:\windows\system32\hjkmp.ini C:\windows\system32\hjkmp.ini Has been deleted! My computer shutdown due to this lsass.exe shutdown error. It was easily disabled by going into the program itself and un-checking boxes.

by mathworm / July 31, 2006 11:01 AM PDT In reply to: I think its time for an HJT analysis. You can find instructions on how to disable and enable system restore here: Managing Windows Millennium System Restore or Windows XP System Restore Guide Make your Internet Explorer more secure - I'm not at all technical, but you showed me the way - respect! If you can help, that would be great, thanks!

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