BHO opnom.dll has me by the n*tz

Discussion in 'malware problems & news' started by bobbystahr, May 9, 2006.

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  1. bobbystahr

    bobbystahr Registered Member

    May 9, 2006
    Hi All,
    New here but hope that doesn't make any difference...LOL...some how, som where I have become afflicted with a BHO called opnom.dll, and tho SpyWareGuard does indeed notice it and give the option to remove or activate, removal simply removes the current instance and when you click o k in the following dialogue box which essentially tells you it has been deleted, the SG notice comes up again to start the cycle can do this as long as you want, and no difference. I have tried many softwares and even bought 2 but still no help. Any good ideas folks?...I'm very tired of this particular bummer.

    pax et lux

    bobby stahr
  2. MikeNash

    MikeNash Security Expert

    Jun 9, 2005
    Sydney, Australia
    I'd be interested to see how Online Armor handles this. It should remove the BHO and block it coming back.

    You could also block whichever process is reinstalling it.


  3. eyes-open

    eyes-open Registered Member

    May 13, 2005
    For what it's worth I threw Google at it. Unusually even tho' it seems to have existed for a while there appear to be only a very few entries.

    As it happens one of these entries is at - which is one of the sites that are suitable for posting your HijackThis log at (Wilders can no longer offer this specific service).

    The guy in this link had several issues, one of which was the opnom.dll - which also proved persistant - but ultimately appears to have been removed with the aid of the specific tool virtumundobegone.exe.....It is a serious tool as can be seen here and not one I've ever had to use : VundoFix.exe

    If you are not able to find any other information/cures here at Wilders and remain unsure, you could do worse than to go to either BleepingComputers or another site such as GeekstoGo HijackThis Logs and follow the instructions for starting your own HijackThis log thread. They are in a better position to take you from start to finish and rescue you if something unexpected happens.

    If you do choose one of these routes - always best to make sure you read and understand all the instructions before going ahead - shortcutting hurts.

    Good luck.

  4. john2g

    john2g Registered Member

    Feb 10, 2002
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