Weird TDS-3 problem

Discussion in 'Trojan Defence Suite' started by tempnexus, Jul 12, 2004.

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  1. tempnexus

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    USELESS POST.

    MODS PLEASE DELETE IT.

    why there is no delete box in edit post?
     
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  3. Jooske

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    Jan i made the thread a sticky as it is really getting urgent!
    Guess we'll have to surf the forums to warn people everywhere!
    I'm sure over and DiamondCS they're investigating to deal with the problem as soon as possible, but the people who don't get our warnings intime before destrying their valuable systems........ :(
     
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    Will look what we can do Tempnexus.
    Did you get the right radius update now? Fingers crossed!
    Sorry for the inconvenience, fortunately it happens but very incidently......
     
  5. FanJ

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    Hi Jooske,

    Warnings have been posted at:
    DSLR security forum
    Gladiator forum
    Subratam's Killspyware forum
    Net-Integration forum
    Dutch Helpmij forum

    (and I've send an email to Kevin, just for his info because the corrupt radius-file gave an alert on BOClean on my system).
     
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    Would love to write it with a big marker on top as a warning, certainly when we see the trouble people bring themselves into with deleting in stead of investigating first. It's really bad luck.
    Thanks for posting there! NOD32 users?
     
  7. tempnexus

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    Yeah I did, I assumed that something was not right when the TDS3 was listing all the running EXe's as infected. :) And then no real link to the other two trojans. :)

    Shoot I wonder how many people will delete their services. :) Or at least wonder why svhost.exe or winlogon.exe is difficult to kill.
     
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    well...for those who doesn't know what they're deleting would most likely have their system restore option on...so what's the prob? just restore the damn box ;)
     
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    Thank you so much for posting around, hope to avoid people deleting too many files.
    What if they don;t get the system started anymore, is there another way to get to the system restore from safe mode or other ways?
     
  11. hayc59

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    Jooske, hopefully they/them are smart enough to
    investigate things before deleting files and come here for help
    other wise......hmmmmmm their bad
     
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    Thanks a lot Gordon and Nick :D
     
  14. Jooske

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    Put it in the paper, tv, internet oh there it is already but not everywhere enough yet, hmm thanks for sharing the news everywhere possible!
     
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    I also dumped the newest file from here and started
    over!! this site is fine for downloading!!!
    Please get your copy of the new radius file at the Turvamies site:

    http://radius.turvamies.com/radius.td3
     
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    Glad to hear so as some people say that one is not right either, so i don't know 100% sure now.
    But if you have the right references and don't get the many alarms i have confidence in that version.
     
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    Thanks ! going well there around with you!
    Hope it's all solved soon!
     
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