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  1. FukenFooser 007.5

    FukenFooser 007.5 Registered Member

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    Hello to all that help the less informed.

    I was wondering if the "on-line" scaners leave behind a foot print of a virus that they were scaning for??

    used "trend" and later " Antivir XP" showed " TR/NoClose.E"

    also "ALL_LAUNCH_Reg(.).HTML"

    and "VBS/Newlove.A"

    not to forget "W32/Kenston-1895.X"

    this was in last three days and I was thinking that they are just foot prints so to speak.o_Oo_O



    Any feed back would be helpful

    all were in temp files
     
  2. Pieter_Arntz

    Pieter_Arntz Spyware Veteran

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    Hi FukenFooser 007.5,

    There is no malware in your log, but I spotted two firewalls and two AV's?

    Not sure about signatures being left behind during online scans, but I do know some of these scans do leave a lot more behind then some people realize.

    Regards,

    Pieter
     
  3. FukenFooser 007.5

    FukenFooser 007.5 Registered Member

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    HI............Pieter!!!

    Thanks for the reply.
    yes multi av's & firewalls, the ones I'm using seem to work together without problem. Many hours trying differant ones to find compatable ones.
    And I just ran a trend again with av's running and again a footprint of "Newlove" in temp found by Antivir XP.

    Did you see the "broken link" in my log and should I try to fix? could you please send advice and instructions.

    Again "NewLove"..........o_O
     
  4. Pieter_Arntz

    Pieter_Arntz Spyware Veteran

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    Hi FukenFooser 007.5,

    You meant this one:
    O10 - Broken Internet access because of LSP provider 'imon.dll' missing

    That should not be fixed. At least not if you are using NOD32.
    It's just a minor misunderstanding between NOD32 and HijackThis.
    The file is there, but HijackThis can't find it. Windows can and that's what matters. ;)

    Regards,

    Pieter
     
  5. FukenFooser 007.5

    FukenFooser 007.5 Registered Member

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    Thanks for the reply. I won't fix that then.
    And again, using "trend" with antiV on, "NewLove" showed againo_O
    Is it just the on-line scaner looking for it or is it actually there?

    It's got me all o_O, and :oops:, but as you know I am still learning.

    Have a great weekend.
     
  6. FukenFooser 007.5

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    o_O o_O o_O o_O
    Hello all.

    This file is in my recycle bin and can't be removed?
    I was wondering if anybody could tell what it is?
    "S-1-5-21 73586283-152049171-839522115-1003"
    when I try to delete, it states a program is using and can't be done?
    just a curious mind
    Thanks
    Have a GREAT DAY!
    A new question- Any idea on updating a "toshiba DVD-Rom" mine will not play DVD's or even auto start up when I put a disc in?
    yes I know it's a check mark somewhere but I'm not sure where

    Thanks
    Have a GREAT DAY!
     
  7. Comp01

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    Try booting to safe mode and deleting it, Its probably a temp file, I've had it happen to me before, I usally had to restart, or go to safe mode.
     
  8. FukenFooser 007.5

    FukenFooser 007.5 Registered Member

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    :D

    Thanks, I will try that another time
    :cool:
     
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