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#1 m1key

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Posted 08 March 2007 - 01:58 AM

I can on the affected computer- Ping IP and DNS (ie. 66.94.234.13 and yahoo.com) See the affected Computer on the network (ethernet cable connected to ehome router) and file/printer share with my laptop (wireless) Update my AV (Bit Defender 10+) Connect and UL/DL with my P2P (Shareaza) I can't - Browse using Firefox (1.5), IE6, Torpark (2.0), YahooIM Login to the router Update SpywareBlaster What I have tried - Adaware BitDefender CCcleaner LSPfix MSIfix MVPS (host file) Spybot SpybotSD SpywareBlaster WinsockXPfix What I haven't tried - Re-install TCP/IP Re-format Partition and Re-install XP What am i missing? A setting, corrupted file? Background - I just installed BD 10 and it found several mals on the primary and slave HDD After reading the log I saw that some of the nasties were "disabled" but not "moved" so in Safe Mode, I found and removed everything except 1 -"Magnet" (also magne3t and magne2t) What do y'all suggest?

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Posted 08 March 2007 - 10:15 AM

FYI - malware removed Harnig.XB Jeefo.A 1stBar.IS Style.exp.B SdBot.MV Spy.Sheriff Malware not removed by AV - "Magnet" (magne2t, magne3t)

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Posted 24 March 2007 - 08:30 PM

Please click here for instructions on how to set up a HijackThis folder.

There is a newer of HijackThis Download it here
Please scan with this version.


When the program launches, hit the "Scan and save log" button
Press that, and save the log anywhere you like.

Now if you doubleclick the log file.Go to Edit > Select all, then to Edit > copy.
Now you've copied the entire text to the Windows Clipboard

Next, go back to this forum thread, and click "Add Reply".
In an empty area click your RIGHT mouse button, and choose 'Paste' from the context menu.
There's your Hijack This log.

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Posted 25 March 2007 - 06:37 AM

Thanks - but when I didn't get a reply after 14 days I reformatted the HD and re-installed XP.

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Posted 25 March 2007 - 08:46 AM

We are sorry that your topic was overlooked. The new infections that are coming out require us to spend more time on each topic, that and the lack of qualified helpers means that some of the topics will get passed over. Yours was one of those. :(

To help keep your PC clean follow the recommendations in Tony Klein's article So how did I get infected in the first place?

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