Hitman Pro Support and Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by yashau, Mar 20, 2009.

  1. erikloman

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    I've whitelisted them.
     
  2. Mops21

    Mops21 Registered Member

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    Hi Erik

    Thank you very much for your answer
     
  3. krutoi

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    just a basic plain vanilla system running win7 - normal bios startup options
     
  4. markusg

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    could be a fp:
    C:\Users\Christian\Downloads\installer_Wood_Background_Music_Beat_Wallchan_665381_wallpaper.exe
    Size . . . . . . . : 1.023.288 bytes
    Age . . . . . . . : 170.2 days (2012-12-29 20:59:51)
    Entropy . . . . . : 7.6
    SHA-256 . . . . . : A2589E65C1ACE27B62C630A0AC7DD9130993EECEABF76A3D458965451A77F5F2
    RSA Key Size . . . : 2048
    Authenticode . . . : Valid
    > Ikarus . . . . . . : Trojan.Win32.StartPage!IK
    Fuzzy . . . . . . : 107.0
     
  5. markusg

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    C:\Users\Timm\Desktop\Ordner\Cheategine\Cheat Engine 6.2\xmplayer.exe
    Size . . . . . . . : 188.928 bytes
    Age . . . . . . . : 347.0 days (2012-07-06 18:51:06)
    Entropy . . . . . : 6.0
    SHA-256 . . . . . : 4A7D1838CAB46EB5632A3E3EEDC5F5C4BE5535F1DB6B2E2C0CE1831F7302AC8D
    > Ikarus . . . . . . : Trojan.Win32.Spy!IK
    Fuzzy . . . . . . : 106.0
    C:\Users\Timm\Documents\My Games\Terraria\ModPacks\Life and Mana Crystal Installer.exe
    Size . . . . . . . : 10.240 bytes
    Age . . . . . . . : 101.0 days (2013-03-09 18:41:2:cool:
    Entropy . . . . . : 3.8
    SHA-256 . . . . . : 28A148B11FD5BC0A35BF6311768E00A1CBDDABDD59AF14A5A4B28262CE1E3BCF
    Description . . . :
    Version . . . . . : 0.0.0.0
    Copyright . . . . :
    > Ikarus . . . . . . : Win32.SuspectCrc!IK
    Fuzzy . . . . . . : 106.0
    C:\Users\Timm\Documents\My Games\Terraria\ModPacks\Omnirs Weapons Installer.exe
    Size . . . . . . . : 110.592 bytes
    Age . . . . . . . : 23.1 days (2013-05-26 16:35:07)
    Entropy . . . . . : 7.9
    SHA-256 . . . . . : 00362933ED3134878970F7191210BD11934A125865001FEF7B39C5687AE31FB0
    Description . . . :
    Version . . . . . : 0.0.0.0
    Copyright . . . . :
    > Ikarus . . . . . . : Win32.SuspectCrc!IK
    Fuzzy . . . . . . : 114.0
    Forensic Cluster
    -12.2s C:\Users\Timm\Documents\My Games\Terraria\ModPacks\Omnirs Weapons\Config.ini
    -12.2s C:\Users\Timm\Documents\My Games\Terraria\ModPacks\Omnirs Weapons\Config.ini
    -5.4s C:\Users\Timm\Documents\My Games\Terraria\ModPacks\Omnirs Weapons\Omnirs Weapons.dll
    -5.4s C:\Users\Timm\Documents\My Games\Terraria\ModPacks\Omnirs Weapons\Omnirs Weapons.dll
    -1.8s C:\Users\Timm\Documents\My Games\Terraria\ModPacks\Omnirs Weapons.obj
    -1.8s C:\Users\Timm\Documents\My Games\Terraria\ModPacks\Omnirs Weapons.obj
    0.0s C:\Users\Timm\Documents\My Games\Terraria\ModPacks\Omnirs Weapons Installer.exe
    0.0s C:\Users\Timm\Documents\My Games\Terraria\ModPacks\Omnirs Weapons Installer.exe

    C:\Users\Timm\Documents\My Games\Terraria\ModPacks\Timms Warning Mod Installer.exe
    Size . . . . . . . : 8.704 bytes
    Age . . . . . . . : 115.9 days (2013-02-22 21:13:05)
    Entropy . . . . . : 4.9
    SHA-256 . . . . . : 1BE84E542718D8DD025F7B3B8FA8DED9BB5148E1CBF589EFA20C0592F89AC38B
    Description . . . :
    Version . . . . . : 0.0.0.0
    Copyright . . . . :
    > Ikarus . . . . . . : Win32.SuspectCrc!IK
    Fuzzy . . . . . . : 106.0

    C:\Users\Timm\Documents\My Games\Terraria\ModPacks\YYY HaMLR Installer.exe
    Size . . . . . . . : 32.768 bytes
    Age . . . . . . . : 270.9 days (2012-09-20 20:51:02)
    Entropy . . . . . : 7.0
    SHA-256 . . . . . : B19A35682C6FEA66965A52457D8C5C269FF446DE3323BADA57C372A65208371B
    Description . . . :
    Version . . . . . : 0.0.0.0
    Copyright . . . . :
    > Ikarus . . . . . . : Win32.SuspectCrc!IK
    Fuzzy . . . . . . : 106.0
     
  6. G1111

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    F.P.
    SHA256: 99c3850a96eccab0a9a366223616e9616e09c73147c196d499477ebb6121c327
    File name: tdsskiller.exe
    Kaspersky TDSS Killer

    Virustotal is 1/47 (Comodo Packed.Win32.MUPX.Gen)

    HMP Scan
    Malware _____________________________________________________________________

    C:\Kaspersky TDSS Killer\tdsskiller.exe
    Size . . . . . . . : 2,240,864 bytes
    Age . . . . . . . : 3.0 days (2013-06-15 22:09:50)
    Entropy . . . . . : 8.0
    SHA-256 . . . . . : 99C3850A96ECCAB0A9A366223616E9616E09C73147C196D499477EBB6121C327
    Product . . . . . : TDSSKiller
    Publisher . . . . : Kaspersky Lab ZAO
    Description . . . : TDSS rootkit removing tool
    Version . . . . . : 2.8.18.0
    Copyright . . . . : © 1997-2013 Kaspersky Lab ZAO.
    RSA Key Size . . . : 2048
    Authenticode . . . : Valid
    > Ikarus . . . . . . : Trojan.Crypt!IK
     
  7. FYI, when I see a FP, I just right click mouse

    a) Select tools, scan with VT
    b) Report this binary/executable as safe

    Next time I don't see this FP in the scans
     
  8. G1111

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    Okay, thanks Kees.
     
  9. markusg

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    Suspicious files ____________________________________________________________

    C:\Windows\system32\hasplms.exe
    Size . . . . . . . : 4.412.872 bytes
    Age . . . . . . . : 300.7 days (2012-08-22 14:01:1:cool:
    Entropy . . . . . : 7.6
    SHA-256 . . . . . : 83BFF779018218B557853A7EE4F0D767B3E158C69BEB0864D8C0E1634277329E
    Product . . . . . : LDK License Manager Service
    Publisher . . . . : SafeNet Inc.
    Description . . . : Sentinel LDK License Manager Service
    Version . . . . . : 14.0.1.28295
    Copyright . . . . : © 2012 SafeNet, Inc. All rights reserved.
    RSA Key Size . . . : 2048
    Service . . . . . : hasplms
    Authenticode . . . : Valid
    Fuzzy . . . . . . : 28.0
    The file name extension of this program is not common.
    Entropy (or randomness) indicates the program is encrypted, compressed or obfuscated. This is not typical for most programs.
    The Entry Point of this file lies in a resource section. This is an indication of malware infection.
    Program starts automatically without user intervention.
    The file is located in a folder that contains core operating system files from Windows. This is not typical for most programs and is only common
    to system tools, drivers and hacking utilities.
    Starts automatically as a service during system bootup.
    Program contains PE structure anomalies. This is not typical for most programs.
    Program is code signed with a valid Authenticode certificate.
    Startup
    HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\hasplms\
     
  10. BoerenkoolMetWorst

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    Good idea, I hope more users do this so the thread here won't be flooded with FP scan logs :p
     
  11. erikloman

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    I've posted a few screenshots of HitmanPro.Alert version 2 here.
     
  12. lkm020

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    Hi Erik,
    I have similar problem to Krutoi. I have an infected Win XP home machine, not a multiboot, just plain old x86 desktop PC. Does not support USB boot, so using sidekick. When booting from sidekick CD I just get the top line of the boot screen, and none of the 3 menu options shows on the screen.
    Typing 1,2 or 3 does nothing.
    Checked out the CD on another machine (laptop) and I get the 3 menu items as expected.
    Any idea what could be causing it? Other bootable CD's work fine on the same problem PC.
    Thanks
     
  13. Noob

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    Have you tried other recovery disks? :rolleyes:
    If it gets really tough, i would take out the HDD plug it into another PC, backup all the files i want and wipe that thing.
     
  14. lkm020

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    Yep. Tried Kaspersky, Norton, System Sweeper. Found and deleted some threats, but the Ransomware still shows the Cheshire Police screen demanding payment. No option now but to backup and reformat as you suggest. :(
     
  15. Noob

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    Well if that malware is so tough IMO the best option would be to start from scratch.
    If a malware got through my security setup then my setup simply failed and i just format it, i never trust AV's cleaning capabilities. Some malware are very presistent.
     
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  16. jmonge

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    can you go in safe mode and run hitmanpro within a usb?and mbampro too or even combofix will cure it:thumb:
     
  17. 0strodamus

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    Combofix is a good suggestion. My friend removed some nasty malware with it that everything else he tried failed to clean.
     
  18. erikloman

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    HitmanPro.Alert v2 Public Beta is available

    HitmanPro.Alert v2 Public Beta is available. See here.
     
  19. TomAZ

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    Re: HitmanPro.Alert v2 Public Beta is available

    Just ran a HitmanPro scan and came up with two Riskware items. I quarantined both of them. However, I'm now thinking one of them is OK, but when I click on the file in the HMP History tab, the Restore button is grayed out. How do I restore that file?

    EDIT: My mistake - all's well.
     
    Last edited: Jun 25, 2013
  20. SM6755

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    I ran into a problem the other day and needed to completely remove Hitman Pro from a system because after I installed it, it was conflicting with a software application I was working on for class. I figured I could just reinstall it and re start my trial program. I thought I had gotten every trace of the program since I install every application using RevoUninstaller Installer Tracer. I removed every registry entry created by Hitman Pro as well as every file created. Somehow when I reinstalled Hitman Pro it knew I only had 23 days of my trial remaining. This leeds me to believe that Hitman Pro has hidden something in my computer somewhere that it is referring to. This scares me a bit and makes me even more paranoid now not only the NSA is watching me and hiding stuff in computers not Antivirus Software does it to?
    If it wasn't a reg key that was created or a file that was created, whats telling it the date it was installed.
     
  21. atomomega

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    No need to be paranoid, it's a legal mechanism to control licensing. That's all it is.
    BTW, welcome to the Forums.
     
  22. SM6755

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    I understand and appreciate that. I trust this program whole heartedly but I mean it Hitman Pro has inserted something that my installer didn't catch then I wonder how many other questionable software tools I have installed and did not get all the way out. I mean what other things are there to use to target activations and can those methods be used for other things
     
  23. redgrum

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    Their servers I would imagine; it probably just recognises your pc.
     
  24. SM6755

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    As long as it is on their end and not in my computer I feel a lot better.
     
  25. mikeataol

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    sadly, I too got hit with the sirefef, killed it quickly, ran combofix, malwarebytes, and thought I was done until I found I couldnt reinstall MS Security Essentials.

    Windows 7 , SP1, I had JUST updated everything I could about 10 days ago because I had another machine hit by java exploit to send spam from 2 of my email accounts.

    I have tried a million things, fix it tools, link shell extension, rkill,

    eventually found 4 symbolic links that I could only clear as a last resort by using the fsutil reparsepoint /delete

    they did not show in the kickstart, or regular version of HitmanPro

    3 were
    recyclebin/subfolder/antimalware
    recyclebin/subfolder/en-us
    recyclebin/subfolder/backup, all pointing to c:\windows\system32\config

    4th was C:\Users\All Users ---> C:\Program Data which I see as Im typing this on a different machine would appear to be a legitimate symlinkd, so I have recreated it


    just posting this to let you know , I did not see the "bad" symlinks appear in hitman pro that I just downloaded today

    I tried the beta and the stock versions that are available on the site right now.

    I dont think I can be much help with details, because this is day 2 of trying
    and Ive run a million things in the effort

    windows update was also broken in the aftermath, got that working reasonably quickly.

    tried MS fix it tools, link shell extension, rkill, junction link magic, and more
    I am doing a clean install on a wiped 2nd hard drive at the moment
    as
    no tool of any kind shows a problem at this point
    but MS Security essentials errors out with the 0x80070643
     
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