First, when I open internet explorer, it lands on a page that warns me of insecure browsing and navigation being on hold. I tried clicking on the 'continue to website' button and the page usually disappears after that. Sometimes I am able to navigate to a site but it never stays; the browser keeps shutting down. I get messages like these in succession:
iexplorer.exe - Application Error: The exception unknown software exception (0x0eedfade) occurred in the application at location 0x7c812aeb
application error: exception EInvalidPointer in module dfxovl.dll at 000028B4. Invalid pointer operation.
iexplorer.exe - Application Error: The instruction at "0x01a7300a" referenced memory at "0x01ad1d94". The memory could not be "read." Click ok to terminate program.
error: runtime error 216 at 01A7300A.
The same thing happens with Firefox. It starts up and flashes briefly on the screen before disappearing.
I have also been getting a Security Center Alert that reappears every once in while. It reads Trojan.Zlob.G
It asks if I want to block suspicous software and redirects me to some website when I click on 'enable protection' which is the only option available.
I have SPYBOT search and destory, SUPERAntiSpyware, and McAfee VirsusScan. All of which came back with a few problems (<5) and I fixed those according to the instructions for each program. However, the Trojan.Zlob.G thing keeps popping up and I still can't stay on the internet for more than 5-10 seconds.
System is Windows XP.
Wow. I hate this seriously.
Thank you for reading all of this and if you help me I will be forever grateful. Really I will.
Edited by jyoon6, 11 December 2008 - 01:21 AM.