Can anybody help plllzzzzzz.....

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by zantosx, Jul 13, 2008.

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  1. zantosx

    zantosx Registered Member

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    My Nod32 always pop up the following message whenever i use my computer every times:

    i'm not sure what it is..but it might be some virus..how do i remove it..how plzz someone..help mei...

    and sorry if i've posted this thread on wrong post..just joined so..dunno really..0_0
     
  2. Marcos

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    Please download ESET SysInspector, create a log and send it to samples[at]eset.com with this thread's url in the subject.
     
  3. zantosx

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    hey where do i download it o_Oo_O??
     
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  5. zantosx

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    yup i downloaded it..but it is taking long time 2 be installed..........
     
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    finished downloadin it and istallin it and it shows some computer information on screen..so what do i haveto do neexto_O? do i go to save log or what??
     
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  7. Bubba

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    Continue with the Eset Support(Marcos) request.

    Select File\Save Log and send that zip file as requested by Marcos.

    Sysinspect.jpg
     
  8. zantosx

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    so..yh i did that wat u said but does [at]=@ on the address which i need 2 send
     
  9. Bubba

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    Yes samples [at] eset.com is correct

    Note to self:
    will replace @ with [at] as soon as poster responds
     
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  10. zantosx

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    So...will this problem be solved..and can you tell me if this is serious or noto_O
     
  11. Bubba

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    Yes, the problem can be solved and suggest you continue with Eset supports request and they will do what they can to fix you up. Patience will be Welcomed.

    As for is "serious or not?" ....no one can say until your Sysinspector log or an equivalent log is analyzed by those doing the reviewing. If that popup message happened on it's own without your input, then there is something on your PC causing what is possibly a fake message to entice you to get further hosed.
     
  12. zantosx

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    Ok...i'll will be patient and wait...

    what do u mean by this??
     
  13. Bubba

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    Going only by what you posted, I'm assuming something besides yourself caused that above URL to be accessed and Nod stopped it. Perhaps you can say what was actually happening at the moment Nod blocked access to that site.
     
  14. zantosx

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    well...but how do i stop this thing ..the message keeps on coming

    http://i76.photobucket.com/albums/j14/zantosx/untitled.jpg

    ...if i click yess. it gives me a download option on some anitvirus called.IEAantivirus or somethin..which i think is a scam..but when i click no the followin things come up:

    http://i76.photobucket.com/albums/j14/zantosx/kkkk.jpg

    It just keeps on going on and on whenever i click somethin on my computer
     
  15. Bubba

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    We're back to where We were earlier...."suggest you continue with Eset supports request and they will do what they can to fix you up", which is now what I will do also.
     
  16. zantosx

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    tanks ...for everything till now bro......hope it will be solved soon..i will just wait^-^
     
  17. zantosx

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    hey...any update regarding this problemo_O??
     
  18. Banger696

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    That looks like a particularly nasty virus dude, hope Eset sort it for you. :thumb:
     
  19. zantosx

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    yh i hope as welll..!!!!!! it is frickin annoyin
     
  20. BlueZannetti

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    Well, my quick assessment is that this could be the front end of socially engineered fishing expedition and not necessarily an active infection.

    Let's get some additional details. You state "My Nod32 always pop up the following message whenever i use my computer every times". What does this really mean? The message pops up (a) every time you log into you account, (b) every time your browser is launched, (c) some other situation?

    You state "It just keeps on going on and on whenever i click somethin on my computer". By something do you mean absolutely anything (browser, Word, any other application) or it is something very specific (like your browser only)?

    Blue
     
  21. zantosx

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    No..it happen when i click on my computer, any folders and internet explorer....
     
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