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greatfeedmill.com is eating my computer..please help :(


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#1 malch

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Posted 22 October 2009 - 08:28 AM

Hi all,

I have managed to pick up a pretty nasty virus yesterday. Every time I click on a link online I get redirected to www.greatfeedmill.com and various other websites. Its awful ☹

I got infected by clicking a link from a blog and it began downloading, I shut down quickly. Windows started installing 1 of 11 updates on the shut down screen, I knew these were the virus so I force quit the computer ..it managed to download 4. I looked at my macafee Ďrecent eventsí and it said that a change was made to c:/WINDOWS/system 32/rundll 32.exe
Process: Run DLL as an app

Three changes were made

So the virus has changed a few things there. Iíve done scan but it didnít pick up the virus
Do you think a solution could be to uninstall and reinstall rundll32.exe??

Please help I donít know much about computers . Why do people create these awful things ☹

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Posted 22 October 2009 - 01:15 PM

I contracted the same malady two days ago, and it is making me crazy. I hope someone can help us

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Posted 25 October 2009 - 12:55 PM

hello

got rid of it through superanti spyware (where i used the quick fix to mend the blocked safemode)
i then ran updated superanti spyware and spybot scans in safe mode. it picked up 8 trojans..bastards. all clean now . :thumbsup:




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