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creating a lot of startup items represented by executables in system registry run-sections or creating one or much more services;3. They reported a part of my software, Puchisoft Dispacher, as a virus. They are not, they are highly complex devices.It does not stop me from collecting all the malware infected dells that are 1yr to 6 months old. you can do the same with hijack this.That way you can eradicate the registry entries, then DO NOT REBOOT but yank the power cord.Most ickies will rewrite their registry entries when

This isn't the first time when NIS decides a program has a virus on my system - which logic tells me should be completely safe. New to site and you guys are amazing! Programs such as Regedit can be blocked by this malware. Jim M tr Says: November 23rd, 2009 at 1:42 pm The only real solution is to make a website with a database for users that points to real developers. More about the author

Sign In Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password? AVG = good; oaiblo.dll = ???? I understand that these could be used as a hacktool, but AVG should only detect them as a potential threat, not a virus.

Why am I unable to select English? allways updating, downloading something and uploading some data about local system thus sometimes consuming a lot of internet traffic;4. A minimum of trust is necessary. Bymultimedia Oct 11, 2008 So I was stupid and clicked on an .exe which unleased all these trojans and malware on my computer.

They have just as much ability to delete a program. Click the Settings... Suspend the individual threads, then go back and kill everything you suspended. Note: If you think this website should not be blocked, please notify Trend Micro by clicking this button: Tom Morris Says: January 22nd, 2010 at 12:16 pm I downloaded Mail PassKey

When you use their web site, you'll always find people that they cannot make decisions, but once you involve their legal, security or PR departments, you'll get to the right people They slow them down, and often don't catch half of what is actually spyware and viruses. Re: (Score:2) by Achromatic1978 ( 916097 ) writes: Well, then, I guess you better not install MSRT then, right? It does also try to scan for unknown viruses by detecting "viral behaviour".

I'm using mcafee enterprise, which is a must for my laptop as a policy of my company. I'm happy to report that *every* time I've submitted a file or URL to a download, I've received a response within eight hours that stated, "Thank you--we have investigated and determined Put down the gun. If i have a hammer, i want to use the hammer to hit nails with it.

I will pray for AV companies to bann the "hacking tools" section of their products! (if you install metasploit, I mean, you know what your're doing ... Some variants are more harmful; they display popups whenever the user tries to start an application or even tries to navigate the hard drive, especially after the computer is restarted. Like you have to deal with the police if you engage in suspect activities (even if the activities are legal). I have found other ways to be preventative.

You have to buy their higher corporate version in order to not have it happen. Handling all these false alerts may require an employee with full-time job, even more than that.

If you look into the Web sites of some Antivirus companies, you'll easily find a Eduuu Says: October 14th, 2009 at 8:12 pm Antivirus softwares just exist to leave your system slower. Source I would really appreciate the help.

To me, the fact that these legacy drivers are not required indicates that 9x is an OS rather than a GUI, and that is the point I was getting at with Hang the authors of "Antivirus 2009" up by their nadgers. If you need this topic reopened, please request this by sending the moderating team a PM with the address of the thread.

How would your methods guard against that?Safe computer habits are great when you can trust your Operating System and browser to be secure all while you're not logged in with an

Bah. Run the program and if all goes well, congratulate myself on my brilliance in not being stampeded into a virus panic? = = = = = So how does the user If you accept cookies from this site, you will only be shown this dialog once!You can press escape or click on the X to close this box. Share twitter facebook linkedin Re: (Score:2) by cbhacking ( 979169 ) writes: It's probably the ad providers, but the really disturbing thing is it may be legit.

BleepingComputer is being sued by Enigma Software because of a negative post of SpyHunter. Last week, a technician came to see me "Who is mister X ?". "It's me..." "You have some hacking tools on your computer" I was obliged to delete the whole nirsoft To replace it, I booted from the WinXP CD and entered the recovery console (press "R" when prompted). have a peek here Viruses.

Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Im sooo confused! Peter edwin Says: August 30th, 2009 at 5:23 pm this is really pissing me off. Another issue is the general issue of the proliferation of antiviral programs.

Click "OK" and then click the "Finish" button to return to the main menu.If asked if you want to reboot, click "Yes" and reboot normally.To retrieve the removal information after reboot, Several functions may not work. Antivirus companies don't care that they block their own customers that want to recover their own passwords, and they don't care that they may cause their customer to think that I'm The computer is running fine once more.

Over the past year Mcafee has been a horrible problem for us. Same thing happened again. you'll be lucky that they only delete it and all *.mp3 and *.mkv files it finds. For example, Antivirus 2009 has the .exe file name a2009.exe.[citation needed] In addition, in an attempt to make the software seem legitimate, MS Antivirus can give the computer symptoms of the

It only takes a few minutes to run the MSRT most of the time, and a couple minutes of disc thrashing at 5AM isn't likely to be a problem. Even the average computer user will be able to rule out most entries as things they recognize, meaning you won't have to google more than a handful, which will probably take Archived from the original on 2010-03-09. packmule Says: September 1st, 2009 at 2:48 am Great program.

Wait a pain... (Score:4, Informative) by Chabo ( 880571 ) writes: on Wednesday December 31, 2008 @04:24PM (#26285127) Homepage Journal I was tasked with getting this thing off my mom's laptop. Afterwards I switched my home browsing to Firefox with NoScript and AdBlock Plus. My password-recovery utilities are not the only victims of the "over protection" made by Antivirus software.