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Unread postby symmitry1 » July 6th, 2006, 6:05 pm

done and done.

everything's okay and IE is working fine now!!

Really appreciate your patience and help. Bravo!
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Unread postby 'KotaGuy » July 6th, 2006, 7:19 pm

OK... try reinstalling Spybot now and see if the same thing happens please.
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Unread postby symmitry1 » July 7th, 2006, 9:57 pm

reinstalled spybot and ran it. It seemsok now, no IE problems so far!
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Unread postby 'KotaGuy » July 7th, 2006, 11:40 pm

Excellent :)

Some suggestions for you...

If you don't have them, download Ad-Aware and Spybot S&D. Visit this page for proper configuration of Spybot and Ad-Aware. Run and scan with both, letting them fix whatever they find. Remember to reboot between each scan.

Now that your computer is clean, its a good time to reset your System Restore point. This will ensure a clean backup to fall upon if you ever need it. To do this:
  • Right-click My Computer, and then click Properties.
  • Click the System Restore tab.
  • Check the "Turn off System Restore" or "Turn off System Restore on all drives"

Reboot your computer, follow the steps above, this time unchecking the "Turn off System Restore" and reboot.

I recommend downloading and installing SpywareBlaster, SpywareGuard, and IE-SPYAD as well. The programs are free and can be updated... so please do so. Installing these will go a long way in preventing reinfection.

If you don't have one, I recommend installing a Firewall. I'm sure you've heard of ZoneAlarm.

Check out these links How'd I get Infected and Understanding Spyware as well, some good information for you.

Also, please click the Malware Complaints graphic in my signature, register at the forum and let us know how you feel about this whole situation. Post it in the forum for your country. Reply to the smitfraud topic.

Other than that, remember to update Windows frequently, update your protection programs, scan often and...

Surf Safe!
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