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Pipmon.exe Virus

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#1 chinasheryy


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Posted 13 August 2007 - 11:14 AM

I got this virus and couldnt get rid of it using the smitfraud tool you said to downlaod. After trying about 7 anti spyware programs the one that finally worked was Spyware Nuker XT. I booted into safe mode looged on as admin and it actally worked. Norton as usuall only indentified it but couldnt remove it and asked me if I wanted to exclude it from future scans. I think Norton is one of the worst Antivirus programs but I like there Firewall. Kaspersky is a good antivirus but their Firewall is too difficlut to understand. You dont know what its blocking just messages come up with a bunch of goboldi goop on them. Why cant someone make a good Anti virus like Kaspersky but with a Firewall like Norton or Zonal Alram Pro?

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Posted 26 August 2007 - 09:32 AM

Hello chinasheryy and welcome to the BC HijackThis forum. Is this just an informational post or are there issues that we still need to review/resolve? If you are still having any issues then follow the directions here to perform the steps required for posting a HijackThis log and then post the log back to this topic.

As for antivirus firewall vendors, most vendors are good at either providing a good antivirus or a good firewall but not both. I use AntiVir for an antivirus and Comodo for a firewall. Both are free and perform well. Having a combined product is convenient but not always the most effective solution.


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