Download CCleaner and install it. (default location is best). It seems to be gone now. It goes into more detail and has pictures. If you are still having problems please post a brand new HijackThis log as a reply to this topic.
Kindly need help. Views Article Navigation Main Page Ukash Virus Disk Antivirus Professional Home Malware Cleaner Smart Suggestor FBI Moneypak Ransomware Google Redirect Virus MyStart.Incredibar.com Windows Virtual Firewall Windows Premium Defender Windows Web Combat Back to top #28 SifuMike SifuMike malware expert Staff Emeritus 15,385 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Vancouver (not BC) WA (Not DC) USA Local time:01:36 PM Posted 15 February 2007 - 08:18 I have been battling this since 12-27.
it was in my program filessystem32 folder... After rebooting, I then went to Windows updates and downloaded the new security fix. Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #17 Christine64 Christine64 Topic Starter Members 25 posts OFFLINE Local time:03:36 PM Posted 15 February 2007 The entire scheme is built off of a flaw in the MS Windows Operating System that allows the rogue software to install itself without any input from the user.
You have been incredible... Using the site is easy and fun. Good job on the cleanup! Check the boxes to the left of: Windows Temp Current User Temp All Users Temp Temporary Internet Files Prefetch Java Cache The rest are optional - if you want to remove
Put a dollar sign in front of the name and hit "Enter". I want to get to the source and make a police report. So far so good, this really works. Anyone else with similar issues please start a thread of your own.
Several functions may not work. I moved it to the desktop and rebooted. I feel your pain man :(. Reply » 2005 12 28 0 0 Guest I think the makers of spyaxe somehow updated their malware.
what is the cleaner for and what does it single out... ? http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/81490/infected-with-spyaxeflashing-button-in-taskbar-false-system-alerts/page-2 There were more files than listed above. spyaxe is bogus. Automatic removal software wiped out this bug in no time!
I hope this is useful to others. Any one know where they first got the sh*t? Reproduction in part or whole without written permission is prohibited. Manila 187th Ave S. (?) Seattle, Washington 98101 Phone: 206 339 5073 Email:[email protected] Give him a call or email, tell him what a good job they are doing there!
covers 00:13 14 Dec 05 I've got rid of spyaxe (I think - no icon in the tray anyway) but spytrooper is still preventing me accessing my homepage and giving the Mssearchnet.exe kept returning every time I deleted it in taskmanager, and some of the registry values did the same. Not necessary. Double click ATF-Cleaner.exe to run the program.
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Trying to manually remove Spyaxe was unsuccessful as there were no processes or registry keys found that were listed in the manual removal instructions above. I never would have cleared this up without the information on this page. One guest says he traced the person and domain of this theif. and then doing what is stated in the above post about the redirect!
His name is NoahDFear and his site is http://noahdfear.geekstogo.com Diane Reply » 2006 01 20 0 0 Guest ran the exe. Click here to Register a free account now! I guess there is no need to look for any motive for this cyber thugerybeyond that. Sure enough, that piece of crap tried to reinstall on start up but my Spy Sweeper caught it and removed it before it could do any harm.
That seemed to do the trick. Then post a new HijackThis log so that we can do some clean up in there._________________Malware Removal University ASAP Back to top meltingNewbieJoined: 28 Dec 2005Last Visit: 20 Jan 2006Posts: 3Location:
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