win32adware mediatickets

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by mEhE, Apr 17, 2006.

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  1. mEhE

    mEhE Registered Member

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    i cant get away win32adware mediatickets.. still coming back..
    i have unaktivate(sorry my english) systemrestore.
    and run lspfix and restored reg.keys..
    but i always com back.. nod32 2.50.25(1.1454 virus signature) can`t eiter get it away
    .i have also spyware doctor and X cleaner
    what can i do?
    C:\Programfiler\W?nSxS\?ti2evxx.exe is infected and c:\windows\system32\m?dtc.exe a variant of Win32/Adware.MediaTickets application
     
  2. fosius

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    Have you tried cleaning in Safe mode?
     
  3. mEhE

    mEhE Registered Member

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    no..maybe i should try that first...thank you
     
  4. SSK

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    Please make sure you update NOD32 as well. Your defenitions are dated: v.1.1454 (20060321). Current defs are: v.1.1492 (20060416)
     
  5. mEhE

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    damn!! ewido anti malware found 31 020 infections..all cleaned..but win32adware\mediatickets still popping up on nod32.
    but nod32 find no virus if i scan all drives and memoryes..
    what is wrong ?
    i have tryed nod32,spywaredoctor,ewido anti malware, spybot seek en destroy..
    all inn safe mode.. but nothing helps
     
  6. fosius

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    Maybe you should try running HijackThis and upload a generated log here so that Eset mods or someone experienced could have a look at it..
     
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    No logs to be posted here unless requested by an Eset moderator.
     
  8. fosius

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    Sorry I didn't know it. Maybe he should send that log to support@eset.com with a link to this thread.
     
  9. ronjor

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    It would probably be best to let Eset request a log.
     
  10. Marcos

    Marcos Eset Staff Account

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    I agree, do as Fossius suggested.

    I assume these were just tracking cookies, right?
     
  11. NOD32 user

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    Oh no :eek: cookies :eek: and even after you get rid of the cookies it takes ages to get rid of all the crumbs :D :p :D

    just a little cookie joke - couldn't resist the humor :)
     
  12. pykko

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    cookies, cookies...yummi :D
     
  13. mEhE

    mEhE Registered Member

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    most of the infected was cookies yes..
     
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