backdoor.Netsna ?????

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  1. weepedro

    weepedro Registered Member

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    This ww14 with a big X icon keeps on installing itself on my computer and creating a shortcut to my desktop even though my computer tells me this is trying to access my computer and do I want it to let it in which I say no and tell it to remember my answer next time. still happens o_O

    I right clicked on the icon and selected properties and pressed find target and it took me to the folder it is in which is Internet explorer IEXPLORE and straight to the big blue E Explorer icon thing, I tried deleting it but it won't let me and I've scanned the whole folder with my antivirus AVG but it found nothing, Adaware doesn't remove it either, same with coolweb shredder. Anyway it seems to be some casino thing, casinoplazzo or something, dunno but it's doin ma brain in, anyone know what it is and how to get rid of it and stop it happening again o_O?

    I posted the above on another forum but have since found out more info.

    When I click on My computer> C:drive> Documents and settings> My name> Local settings> Temp this is where it always seems to go to so I delete it and it still comes back when I turn my PC on again and it asks me if I want to let it run to which I tick no but it still creates a shortcut.

    I ran Noadware free virus scanner and it came up with this backdoor.NetsnaHKEY_CURRENT_USER\software\lvregvalue and it says it is severe but wants $30 to fix the problem. :rolleyes: The description it gives is "Copies your password information and emails it to the intruder"

    Can anyone help please ?

    I am a bit of a computer mong so go easy,

    cheers Pedro.
     
  2. Blackspear

    Blackspear Global Moderator

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    Hi Pedro, you will need to run "Hijack This" and post your log file at one of the forums found here:

    http://a-sap.org/

    Lets us know how you go...

    Cheers :D
     
  3. weepedro

    weepedro Registered Member

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    Reloaded Windows 2000, problem solved :)
     
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