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Windows XP Abnormal Behaviours And Antivirus Started Catching .exe As Trojans Virut?
I notices that Chrome (when started and trying to open my default page - Yahoo) will show me messge that it can't open page ("untitled") with dialog what to do: Kill Several links in your article are no longer valid, especially those on Backweb, and the following link is now a 404: See also: Link Tony Smit I call it dangerous because or, push a security protocol that is optional, but allows you to disable encryption either alltoghether, or without first backing up the files. Saves hassling with system files or registry. Check This Out
Reply johnjohn says: February 23, 2015 at 23:39 There is no way to decrypt it. Alicia This comes with the installation software for Logitech mice,there is an option not to activate it during the installation process.Norton Antivirus calls it a malicious script. I highly suggest what most folks have stated-offline backups. And the less background tasks, the better. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f50/windows-xp-abnormal-behaviours-and-antivirus-started-catching-exe-as-trojans-virut-433225.html
Will block with (XP SP 3) firewall. firewall it. Paying the ransom works in only about 75% of the cases. Sign in to continue to Docs Enter your email Find my account Sign in with a different account Create account One Google Account for everything Google About Google Privacy Terms Help
is on the line. CyberCrud Whatever it is, I don,t need it. I feel it is "spyware". Is being continually blocked by ZoneAlarm, either in trying to send info to the web, or to 'modify a file so it can run at startup'.
I spent hours yesterday on the phone with Dell and they say they removed the virus. c:\windows\$NtServicePackUninstall$\wscntfy.exe [-] 2007-12-01 . Reply adwbust says: March 14, 2015 at 01:14 crowti is now using chm to distribute itself. I do not want my internet habits being sent to anyone.
I removed this and my machine sped up considerably! Small business. The harddisk is running..only rightclicks on the desktop area works (refresh does work). jon Shortly after finding this file on my computer i got a trojan warning from Norton.
Have a drive ready that is disconnected after a backup. http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/backweb-8876480.exe.html A word to Logitech, if you want your trust back, drop this program. I had no option NOT to install it. Let me know whether I can go on re-installing other programs, or would it best be advisable to hold on on that for now and wait some couple of days after
Do not back up to another machine, as it may become compromised. his comment is here Why does my mouse need access to the Internet for god's sake! Robert Caused serious malfunction of 98SE OS. Alex It does not notify you or even mention itself before installing on your machine.
I think this is a legitimate program, but spyware was piggybacking off of it. It's present under Software => Logitech Desktop Manager, where it can be uninstalled.See also http://www.backweb.com/news/press_releases/102901.php. My concern is my data is tax return info I do have back up of some but not for last two weeks I really wonder if they will try and open this contact form Anything to point out an answer to the supershell issue?...Thanks once more for your patience!
The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Good , bad or indifferent, your rep. Fred Logitech Desktop Messenger search for updates See also: Link Alex This is to do with Logitech, I use Platinum Internet Security and you tell it to block.
also, why don't you ask your antivirus provider for clean up support?
It just installs itself! We have a good tape backup but what a pain in the butt. I had to hire a professional to get the darn thing off. but if there were backdoors why would the devs or government use them and make them public just for a typical case?
I am not sure if that has changed in a desparate search for revenue. Kelly J. Web Scanner - Unknown owner - C:\Programas\Alwil Software\Avast4\ashWebSv.exe" /service (file missing)O23 - Service: Creative Service for CDROM Access - Creative Technology Ltd - C:\WINDOWS\System32\CTsvcCDA.exeO23 - Service: InstallDriver Table Manager (IDriverT) - navigate here I don't really need to decrypt files because I 've got backup, but when I put a backup the files such HELP_DECRYPT.PNG HELP_DECRYPT.txt HELP_DECRYPT.html HELP_DECRYPT.url HOW_DECRYPT.HTML HOW_DECRYPT.TXT HOW_DECRYPT.URL DECRYPT_INSTRUCTION.HTML DECRYPT_INSTRUCTION.TXT reappears
OT - What was with that Trojan warning on that forum page?!... Reply Assclown says: April 15, 2015 at 02:20 Dude, it's 2015 and you are still running XP?!?!? Hate these virsues, such a PITA. Reply Comp-Tu says: April 11, 2015 at 02:10 I have encountered this now on many of my client's computers.
The threat intelligence must be moved to the network devices at machine speeds to keep up with the constant attacks and evolving malicious infrastructure. But so, with regards to this, what would be the next step to try then, if any?...Also, two other quicky questions:1) Only wondering whether, in between replies, I could carry on Caleb S Backweb installed itself with the logitech mouse, Kodak software and f-secure without asking if that was ok. BillyBTall i got it after installing logitech camera....
Reply Shad0wguy says: March 10, 2015 at 23:14 Have a client who got hit with this. Reply adwbust says: February 4, 2015 at 11:14 hey blake, if you still have those exe files (importantly the dropper/attachment) can you submit them to https://www.microsoft.com/security/portal/submission/submit.aspx ? I have been stressing backups and using updated software to clients. If it were legitimate, it wouldn't do that.
It's not needed. Makes me wonder whether it's actual BackWeb or something trying to spoof it. Once I took my computer in to be fixed, and I had just down a complete recovery so Backweb was still installed. What is weird is that this virus didn't do a very good job at encrypting files, it hit a few random .txt files in one of my shares, but left the
Reply PatRick says: January 15, 2015 at 08:30 Things are encrypted on a folder by folder level. It's very suspicious that it also has replicators and redundancy checks to see if portions of itself have been removed.