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I read: "false positives work as goad to purchase" yes, I noticed that, and I will uninstall it right away. Everything seems pretty much fine > now apart from one thing: after being connected to the internet for a > while a new process is suddenly spawned - svchos1at.exe - and Daniel daniel2004, Mar 18, 2006 #17 chaslang MajorGeeks Admin - Master Malware Expert Staff Member You're welcome! Click scan, then save the log and post it here so we can take a look at it for you.

Thanks, Nakmeister Answer Subject: Re: Trojan Horse Virus (+Tip for successful result) Answered By: livioflores-ga on 30 Jun 2005 01:44 PDT Rated: Hi!! Using the site is easy and fun. log to the appropriate forum if you have been unable to remove it with the common tools available.Here are the complete instructions to follow to do this:http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/How...s_Log-t956.htmlPlease remember that the HJT Following the above advice may result in some of the applications that the OP currently uses, no longer functioning correctly or at all. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/22859/svchos1atexe/

Where can I find more information on how I can remove this virus, when my existing software hasn't been able to? Malke -- Elephant Boy Computers www.elephantboycomputers.com "Don't Panic!" MS-MVP Windows - Shell/User Malke « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this I attach the log. The problem with looking for an exact match to the name of your particular respawner is that very often malware names are random.

Password Register FAQ / Help Calendar Today's Posts Search Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go to Page... They're usually found either in the windows or windows/system32 folders, although the installer was in documents and settings. I've tried following the intructions on the Symantec site: http://securityresponse.symantec.com/avcenter/venc/data/trojan.horse.html It didn't get rid of them though. Sign up now Email Tech & Gadgets News More Malware museum invites you to ‘enjoy’ the vintage viruses of the 80s and 90s A fascinating online archive has documented the

Now you must be very cautious in the future to keep your PC free of pestwares. Well, I have to check. To find out what you should do to protect your computer from Malware, click here. http://forums.digitalspy.co.uk/showthread.php?t=221434 tried unsuccessfully everything with my Norton to get rid of it.

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Spyware Forums > Newsgroups > Nakmeister Clarification of Answer by livioflores-ga on 03 Jul 2005 20:59 PDT Hi!! Thanks, Nakmeister Clarification of Answer by livioflores-ga on 03 Jul 2005 07:34 PDT Hi!!

Make sure that you check all the scan options that come up on the right. http://answers.google.com/answers/threadview/id/538639.html You'll see where you can delete cookies and files. Then click Yes after the last file is entered and reboot. livioflores-ga Request for Answer Clarification by nakmeister-ga on 03 Jul 2005 07:49 PDT Here is this log: Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.1 Scan saved at 15:48:32, on 03/07/2005 Platform: Windows XP SP2

All work must be done with updated tools in Safe Mode. See it on this list: http://www.spywarewarrior.com/rogue_anti-spyware.htm chaslang, Mar 17, 2006 #16 daniel2004 Private E-2 Thank you for the advice! They have really bad conflicting problems. Any further ideas?

  1. Took me an hour to reinstall a partition.
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  4. Cheers Nat [email protected] Malke Guest Posts: n/a 03-05-2005, 11:12 PM (E-Mail Removed) wrote: > Some quality advice there, Malke...much appreciated! > > Cheers > > > Nat
  5. removing svchos1at.exe martydunne Posts: 41 Forum Member 05/23/05 10:08 in PC & Mac Hardware and Software anyone know much about this?
  6. REGEDIT4 [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Explorer Bars\{C4EE31F3-4768-11D2-BE5C-00A0C9A83DA1}\FilesNamedMRU] "000"=-Click to expand...

reboot and now run spybot Spybot: Search and destroy. Solved: svchos1at.exe virus/ trojan? Nakmeister Clarification of Answer by livioflores-ga on 30 Jun 2005 16:39 PDT Hi!! Run ALL the steps in this Sticky thread READ & RUN ME FIRST Before Asking for Support Afterwards, post the logs from the online scans and a fresh HJT log.

I am amazed that after all this time the thread started is still having problems. 0 beatrice39 Posts: 1,778 Forum Member 05/28/05 04:46 yes true, but this can be annoying, and SpyBot search and destroy . Register now!

I've deleted all of the viruses but they keep coming back.

He is running windows XP Pro on a Duron 1200 with 256mb ram.His Norton Anti virus was out of date so I installed AVG free edition, which found over 50 viruses you can put spybot's hosts file into your own and lock it. TV REALITY TV US TV MOVIES SOAPS MUSIC SHOWBIZ TECH LGBT SPY FORUM Forums Recent Rules My Activity Home › PC & Mac Hardware and Software Hey there! KB891711.EXE Download the pocket killbox http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/files/killbox.php Double-click on Killbox.exe to run it.

Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Links to help with malware: Software/Methods: http://www.safer-networking.org - Spybot Search & Destroy http://www.lavasoftusa.com - Ad-aware http://www.intermute.com/products/cwshredder.html http://www.tomcoyote.com/hjt/ - HijackThis http://www.intermute.com/spysubtract..._download.html http://www.silentrunners.org/sr_cwsremoval.html. - SilentRunners http://www.cexx.org/lspfix.htm - Repair Winsock 2 settings after removing ScanSpyware is a rogue tool that you should not be using . Change the Save as Type to All Files.

Should I run HijackThis anyway, or leave for now? See below for HijackThis links, including sites where you can post your HJT logs. Exit Program. This picks up and quarantines the virus, but doesn't clear it.

The Malware Museum is an archive of viruses from the 80s and 90s which allows you to 'relive' some of the most common infections without the risk of damaging your machine. I would also suggest switching to Mozilla's firefox browser, it's safer, has a built in pop up blocker, blocks cookies and adds. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Register with one of the security forums suggested by Merijn Bellekom, the author of HJT, and request some free help.

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Your car develops a problem, who do you choose to fix it, a trained mechanic or a local cowboy? 0 JJ_ Posts: 828 Forum Member 05/28/05 04:56 heres a review of True, but wouldn't it be wise to minimise that risk? http://www.pacs-portal.co.uk/startup_index.htm here's some free tools to keep you from getting infected in the future. Have tried this but just returned.