RDXIE.dll ( Netster)

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  1. COSMO26

    COSMO26 Registered Member

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    NOD32/ Spyware Guard/Blaster up to date w/Spybot; What protects against this type of problem? After a Scheduled Spybot scan I later noticed in the Active X Report a yellow circle(!) whose bio read RDXIE.dll (Netster) "Confirmed Malware". Can't seem to Insert saved screens here but the shortcut I can copy/paste for the screen is https://www.wilderssecurity.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=137993&stc=1
    Today NOD32 scanned 121K files and normally scans 57K; System Restore is shot/no dates-won't work/is NOT disabled. Most of Blaackspear's help screens don't open (red x) unless I Rt Clk. Dell Support tells me I'm eaten up with virus, malware, etc. and will assist Thurs a.m. to Re-load everything. I'm so green at this I don't know if there is anything in here that anyone wants. FYI and advise if I can supply anything that will help others.
     

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    I found info on Netster here.

    Do you have Ad Aware? You could scan your system with it to start.

    BHO Demon link
     
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  3. COSMO26

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    Thanks, ronjor. Netster doesn't read as something that would destroy System Restore or make .jpg pics hard to open but I'll pursue AdAware & BHO Demon when I get fixed. The following was accidentally omitted in 1st post but what caused the (9) damaged Windows\Options\CABS\Win_8\...archive files & is that the cause of Sys Restore issue is a big question. This malware shouldn't have. https://www.wilderssecurity.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=137996&stc=1
     

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    This is an update. Take a look at this thread.
    May or may not have something to do with your problem.
     
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