spywareblaster getting its butt kicked on my system! help please

Discussion in 'SpywareBlaster & Other Forum' started by Ghnash, Sep 13, 2004.

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  1. Ghnash

    Ghnash Registered Member

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    i am running mcafee viruscan, firewall plus, spyware blaster, and spybot s&d on my wifes comp and my own... this combo stomped out all the redirecting, hompage changing, popup slinging, internet casino, goat-sodomising-gay-nazi-bondage porn that had been plaugeing my system, but it did not correct my wife's issues... the darn thing gets its homepage, searchpage, and favorites reset to the same junk every time she launches Iexplorer to whit:

    home page = about:blank
    - this is a phony search page which only finds porn and gambling sites

    search page = res://c:winnt\system32\zkazk.dll/sp.html#29126
    - surprise surprise... more porn and casino trash

    i have forbidden these sites manualy in Iexplorer and in spyware blaster, and they keep unchecking themselves and disabling protection.
    right now her spywareblaster says "1475 items have protection disabled" i hit enable all and the uncheck next time i start the app.

    i have manualy changed her home and search pages several times in Iexplore and in spywareblaster all to no avail. the get reset every time HELP MEE!!!!
     
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  2. techextreme

    techextreme Guest

    Use HSremove from www.hsremove.com. This should get rid of this gaggle of junk.
     
  3. Ghnash

    Ghnash Registered Member

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    thanks, but it did not work... took me to the done page but immediatly after i got dragged back to "homesearch" those jerks have some kind of app loaded on my wife's comp and i cannot find it...
     
  4. pollux

    pollux Registered Member

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    On the basis of these two items, I would think that the computer has a CoolWebSearch infection, one of the hardest to remove. Probably your best bet would be to check out the list of sites on the page below:
    http://a-sap.org/

    Each site will require you to proceed in a particular way, by running different automated scans to remove malware of various sorts, and then by posting results of scanners and other tools in a specific format. Thus, it's important to read the FAQ about getting help at whatever forum you choose from the list at a-sap.org.

    Good luck!

    pollux
     
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