elmof.dll

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by Mr.Blaze, Mar 22, 2007.

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  1. FanJ

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    Hi Blaze,

    In addition to what Pieter already posted right above this posting:

    Quite a lot of nasties you collected there my friend.... :eek:
     
  2. Mr.Blaze

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    i think its the porn sites theres no such thing as free i guess
    i get alot of fake links to like i click on naughty cheerleaders and end up at bestiaity sites or worst makes me want to bleach out my eyes.

    but then i get good porn to i go to z thumbs the problem there is web masters can put there links as well so you never know what you get

    but still i find it strange i got infected i have ok security wonder how they got threw my stuff

    i guess i coud revert back to mega wilder security where i have tds gladiator boclean zap full suit xp firewall and internet explorer tweak all to hell add a dash of process guard with port explorer maybe registry blocker

    hey im old school isnt there new stuff out?

    right now a i have on is boclean and norton and spybot im on dsl with no firewall but i never earn to secure dsl

    see on dial up i cou
     
  3. FanJ

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    Hi Blaze,

    Definitions against those nasties should be now added to BOClean in today's update, Kevin told me (thanks Kevin !!!).

    Big thanks to Pieter and Derek !!!
     
  4. Pieter_Arntz

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    My pleasure guys. :cool:
     
  5. FanJ

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    I can confirm it :)
    I manually checked your files, Blaze, with BOClean definitions 2007-04-12 15:12:01
    Look what a mess you had on your system:
    dienb.dll --> TROJ-QQHELPER.A
    elmof.dll --> DLDR-QQHELPER.04
    f2.exe --> DLDR-AGENT.B
    g3.exe --> TROJ-STARTPAGE.A
    lybyy.sys --> DLDR-AGENT.B.1
    msqmx.sys --> RTKT-AGENT.A
    rundll2000.exe --> TROJ-STARTPAGE.A.1
    temp.exe --> DLDR-QQHELPER.03
    tsqkw.dll --> TROJ-QQHELPER.B
     
  6. FanJ

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    First I need to apologize to the security vendors:
    Due to a misunderstanding they will have got those files most probably twice submitted.
    This was my fault. I'm really sorry :oops:


    Hi Blaze,

    It is always possible that some nasties are not yet in the definitions of a security program.
    I will not tell, and am not allowed here, to tell which programs at some online-scanners detected those files when I first scanned them.

    At the moment I'm more worried what else with respect to nasties might be on your system.....

    You and I know that you are an high risk surfer, knowing to which kind of sites you go.
    So in some way you might want to protect your computer a bit better ;)

    Installing again of TDS-3 and Gladiator is useless:
    They are no longer supported !

    Let us start here:
    You have, as you said, only Norton and BOClean installed.
    Absolutely nothing wrong with them !!!

    Which version of Norton do you use?
    NAV2005 or NAV2006 or NAV2007 ?

    Now about a software firewall:
    I know that you used in the past ZAP.
    I am not in the know of all the ins-and-outs of the latest versions.
    But it might be a good idea to install some software firewall again; one that you know how to handle.

    From the time you asked me for a click-here-click-there-you're done-guideline for TDS-3 (that's why I started to make them), I know that you want them to be as simple as possible.

    But let's take it step by step.
     
  7. FanJ

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    For your info:

    This detection has now been removed from BOClean:
    rundll2000.exe --> TROJ-STARTPAGE.A.1
     
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