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Zlob.videoactivexaccess Infection

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#1 Luke9686


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Posted 15 August 2007 - 11:33 PM

Everytime I run Spybot, I have Zlob.VideoActiveXAccess and Zlob.VideoActiveXObject.

I can't get rid of it. Any help would be greatly appreciated.


I run Spybot daily. That is it for Spyware removal. I used to use Windows Defender for real time, but disabled it because something was wrong with it. I use Avast for Anti Virus and Firewall.

If there is anything better, please advise.

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Posted 15 August 2007 - 11:42 PM

Please start by running Rogue Remover Free, if that does not work, please try Superantispyware next. Please make sure to update the programs before scanning. Run the SAS scan in safe mode, if you are able. When you install SAS accept the defaults, let it update or run the updates manually. Once the update is completed, and you are in safe mode restart SAS. Click the "scan your computer" button, and on the next window select the Complete scan option, then, click next to scan. Follow the instructions to remove anything that is found. If SAS needs the computer to restart, please let it.

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Edited by oldf@rt, 15 August 2007 - 11:43 PM.

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