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noahdfear requested log....

Unread postby monkeymedics » January 6th, 2006, 9:33 pm

Volume in drive C is Partition_1
Volume Serial Number is 3882-A454

Directory of C:\WINDOWS\system32

06/01/2006 18:15 5,072 ncompat.tlb
06/01/2006 17:31 10,024 hpCE9A.tmp
06/01/2006 17:30 12,314 wpa.dbl
05/01/2006 12:58 2,626 CONFIG.NT
05/01/2006 11:49 102,400 netwrap.dll
05/01/2006 11:49 4,286 ot.ico
05/01/2006 11:49 4,286 ts.ico
05/01/2006 11:49 15,756 nvctrl.exe
28/12/2005 19:54 280,064 gdi32.dll
20/12/2005 09:34 176,167 rmoc3260.dll
20/12/2005 09:34 5,632 pndx5032.dll
20/12/2005 09:34 6,656 pndx5016.dll
20/12/2005 09:33 278,528 pncrt.dll
20/12/2005 05:21 481,280 aswBoot.exe
20/12/2005 05:15 90,112 AVASTSS.scr
12/12/2005 17:23 11,593,624 mi2.exe
12/12/2005 17:19 273,896 mi1.exe
08/12/2005 17:20 2,714,976 MRT.exe

anything else i can do for you guys ?
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Unread postby LDTate » January 7th, 2006, 9:41 am

SEE the below information:
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Spyware Striker 2.5 infection

Unread postby sammas31 » January 7th, 2006, 11:37 am

Thank God, I was able to get rid if Spyware Striker 2.5 ...

I got infected on Jan. 6 and and was able to get rid of it by doing a subset of the actions recommended by LDTate, i.e.:

Reboot in Safe Mode

Run HiJackThis and delete:
1: O2 - BHO ... C:\Windows\SYSTEM32\hp*.tmp[b] (the name changes)
2: O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [SpywareStrike] C:\Program Files\SpywareStrike\SpywareStrike.exe /h

Run SpyBot and cleaned up everything it found

Run Ewido full scan and cleaned up everything it found

Uninstalled Spyware Striker using Control Panel - Add/Remove Programs

Used Windows Explorer to list all C:\Windows\SYSTEM32\*.exe that were updated on Jan 6 and deleted them. Also deleted C:\Windows\SYSTEM32\ncompat.tlb, netwrap.dll, ot.ico, ts.ico

Rebooted in Normal mode.

It's gone now.

Thanks to all of you for your great advices, and good luck.
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Unread postby ChrisRLG » January 7th, 2006, 6:56 pm

The expert has come up with the latest fix for this. Please visit this site
which has complete with simple instructions and pictures to help remove SpyAxe/Spywarestrike from your computer.

http://malwareremoval.com/plog/index.ph ... 8&blogId=3

Follow the instructions in Nick's site, then scan once more with HijackThis and paste the log to this thread.
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SpywareStrike ERADICATED

Unread postby wagswal32 » January 8th, 2006, 2:50 am


I just want to tell all of the people who have posted for the SpywareStrike 2.5 issue, THANKS.

After I vied the posts on here, especially the post from sammas31, I was able to eradicate the spyware from my computer tonight. Ironically, I was infected on 1/6 as well, so the fact that I was able to get rid of it so quicly is a definate credit to all the people who post on this site. Thnaks a bunch.
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Unread postby ChrisRLG » January 15th, 2006, 4:12 pm

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