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PLEASE HELP problems with MoRUN Proxyway 1.25


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#1 Yabesita

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Posted 27 July 2005 - 05:37 AM

hallo I'll hoop that this time someone would be able to help, last time I did'nt get any answers to a problem that I had, but that all in the past. This time I have another problem, I've read about a proxy software MoRUN Proxyway, and wanted to tried it out, after a day and due to my inhabiliy to use this software, I decided to uninstall it, I did follow the instruccions about how to do it, but after having uninstall your software (MoRUN Proxyway 1.25) my internet conection isn't working anymore, I cant get to internet, my software to get my mail doens't work neither, I am absolutly cut off from the internet, while at the sametime my conection to the internet is working, I mean, I have a permanent conection to internet, the kind that when you start your computer is automaticly connected to Internet, and I see that its working, also my firewall show me some internet activity. Now the only way to enter to internet again its re-installing MoRUN Proxyway 1.25 and I don't want to use anymore. Can anyone help me? How do I do to be able to get to the internet after uninstalling MoRUN Proxyway 1.25? Thanks for any help. I have windows XP SP1, firewall Sygate Pro, and Iexplorer 6. I have copy/paste this from Hijackthis: Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.1 Scan saved at 13:26:18, on 27/07/2005 Platform: Windows XP SP1 (WinNT 5.01.2600) MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP1 (6.00.2800.1106) PLEASE help me!!! thank for the help

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Posted 27 July 2005 - 02:22 PM

hi, try here: start>settings>control panel>internet options>connections tab>LAN Settings> make sure the: Use a Proxy server for your LAN..... is not checked. theres no such thing as anonymous web surfing.
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Posted 27 July 2005 - 04:56 PM

thanks but it wasn,t checked, so that was not the problem. Any other ideas?

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Posted 28 July 2005 - 07:09 AM

hi, thats the only place i know of for proxy settings in xp. should have rolled back during the uninstall. have you checked the proxy website for FAQ/troubleshooting help.
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Posted 28 July 2005 - 07:24 AM

i have send a email to the support , lets see what they have to say, but i am not very hopefull. Anyway thanks...

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Posted 06 August 2005 - 04:23 AM

I finally found out how to repair the problem, I did a Hijackthis and comparied to another i had from a earlier moment in time when i had no problems whit conection to the internet, and found out tha there where two entries changing the IE settings when I delete them my internet conection worked propperly. That was all, thank for your answer and till next time... Yabesita

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Posted 06 August 2005 - 06:58 AM

hi Yabesita,

good. glad to see you got it figured out. happy safe surfing:

All it takes is a few changes:

Make sure you keep your Windows OS current by visiting Windows update
occasionaly to download and install any critical updates and service packs. With out these you are leaving the backdoor open.

Also download, install and keep updated- Antivirus Software (and use only one):
Free for home users:
avast! 4 Home Edition Download
AVG free version 7.0
AntiVir Personal Edition

Adjust your browser settings: Change your(active x) settings in IE. With IE open go to tools, internet options, security tab. Click on the internet globe, then custom level. Set the first option "download signed active x controls" to prompt, the next two to disable. Read more:
Internet Explorer Privacy & Security Settings
Working with Internet Explorer 6 Security
Many exploits are directed at Internet Explorer, you dont have to use it. Try a different browser.
Like Firefox,
And Pegasus Mail for a safer e-mail, no tweaking needed.

Outlook Express with the default settings is not secure. It will run scripts, download images etc, just like a browser.
look here
and here


Install a firewall. A firewall will control what comes in from the internet and what leaves your computer to the internet. A firewall will also alert you when a application trys to connect to the internet from your computer, this is a good way to catch crapware or trojans, trying to connect out bound from your computer- whats that and why does it need a internet connection? You can deny it access it until more investigation is done. Zone Alarm is a free and easy to use firewall, that will provide in and outbound protection. Microsoft XP firewall only provides inbound protection. SP2 adds in and out bound protection which is better than nothing, but is not as robust as third party firewalls, Be sure to run only >one< firewall.If you use another, be sure to disable XP's built in firewall. A inexpensive NAT hardware router with SPI (firewall)would be even better,along with a software firewall.
Zone Alarm
Kerio Personal Firewall
Outpost Firewall
Sygate Personal Firewall

Download, install and update before using:(if these are constantly finding malware, then you need to make changes to your browser and or your habits)
CounterSpy Free trial version
Spybot Search and destroy
Ad-Aware SE Personal edition
Microsoft AntiSpyware (beta version)
Becarful with spyware "removers and scanners"-- there are many "rogue/suspect" programs that "claim to remove" spyware.

Other programs to consider:
SpywareBlaster
IE-SPYAD
AntiTrojan software to fill in the gap:
a2 free
Ewido Security Suite
Trojan Hunter (30 day trial version)
TDS-3 trail version
Tauscan trial version

Learn More:
How to Secure (and Keep Secure) My (New) Computer(s)
Safe Hex
Home Computer Security
Wilders Security Advisors

Watch what you download, and where you download it from. Many programs come bundled with "extra" crapware you may not want. Make sure you know what it is you will be downloading and installing. Visit the makers website, learn more about the program, Does the program you want come bundled with other "3rd party" programs? What do the 3rd party programs do? Will they deliver ads? Track your surfing habits?.You may be installing more than you think, Read the EULA agreement, you know that paragraph of stuff you "agree to" before the software installs? Stay away from warez and crack sites. Becarful what you download from file sharing networks.If you are not sure, scan it with your Antivirus app. A small file (in KB) is probably not what you think it is.If you search hard enough you can usually find a "clean" alternative to any software.
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#8 Yabesita

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Posted 12 August 2005 - 03:48 AM

Hallo Shell Life, I`m glad to see your reply to my post, and I also am thankfull for your advice, but I already had installed many of the software you advise here, Avast Por 4.6, Sygate Pro, Ad Aware SE, Spybot Search&Destroy, I did once install Spyad but wasn`t aware that you had to update it, I personally don`t want to use/try out the microsoft antispyware(don`t like the idea that Gates install more unknown things in my PC), I did tried Ewido (and Like it) but didn`t work well with other software in my PC(besides updating it its little bit tiresome), and currently I`m trying Trojan Hunter out, but it has not live up to my expectations=>I have several partitions in several harddisks and two OS, one to be able to share the Internet Connection trough a Linksys Router with my wife, and the other the one that its the one I use any other time, well the share-connection one got infected by a trojan and couldn`t do anything without avast telling me that i was infected, i tried Trojan Hunter and the OS got frozen... I finally cleaned it trough the other OS=> Now a question comes to mind: could I get some help with connecting the router with Sygate Pro, because I havent been able. (perhaps i should start a new thema) I will read more about securing my PC as you advice. Thanks for your help.

Edited by Yabesita, 12 August 2005 - 03:50 AM.

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