New version of New.Net

Discussion in 'Trojan Defence Suite' started by Open Source, Oct 21, 2004.

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  1. Open Source

    Open Source Registered Member

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    Is this a new version of New.Net?

    New.net Client Application v3.88

    Ad-aware fail to catch it.

    Spy-bot search & Destroy crashed trying to find and kill it error.

    Bo-clean went insane and practically committed suicide attempting to get rid of it almost stalled my OS.

    TDS identified it and found its location but could not remove it.

    I had to go Old school to get rid of it.
     
  2. Pilli

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    Hi Open, If you caged the file can you please zip it & send it to submit@diamondcs.com.au just in case it is a new variant?

    Thanks. Pilli
     
  3. dvk01

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    all new.net can be removed very easily by
    uninstall newdot net by following advice here http://www.newdotnet.com/removal.html

    most antiviruses/antitrojans or adaware/spybot will NOT remove or attempt to remove new.net because it's uninstaller works better & does completely clean it from the computer
     
  4. gerardwil

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    Hi dvk01,

    Maybe additional?
    You have to remove the link from your hosts file (if in use) temporarely when you go to that site.

    Gerard
     
  5. dvk01

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    or use a proxy server because all proxies bypass the hosts file

    I have a proxy set up & only use it by ticking the use a proxy server box in IE when I need to get to a blocked site for some reason ( I normally do use the IE hosts file for safety & to cut down on blasted ads )
     
  6. Open Source

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    Sorry Pilli next time i will submit it this time i did not think of it.

    Im all clean now.
     
  7. Pilli

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    That's OK OS, When you find something like that all most folks want to do is get rid of the damn things as quickly as possible. :D

    Pilli
     
  8. Jooske

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    Guess it will be a good idea to disable system restore - reboot and enable it again and create manually a new system restore point to be completely rid of it?
     
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