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**Spyware - dyfica**

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#1 Chester71


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Posted 16 August 2005 - 10:08 AM

Hi Folks,

Could anyone help me?

The event occurred when was restarting my pc.
Zone Alarm Scan showed that a Money Tree-NSUpdate was found. Also, Zone Alarm Scan explained that Money Tree is a broser plugin that works as a ActiveX control used to download premium-rate dialers, generally for porn web-sites. It also installs dyfica.ocx and dyfica.inf in the downloaded program files folder. This variant also installs nsupdate.dll and dsupd9x.inf.
I had already used both Ad-AwareSE and Spybot. Both, Spybot and AdAware did not find "Money Tree". What should I do? Thanks in advance.


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#2 tg1911


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Posted 16 August 2005 - 10:28 AM

Did you spell it correctly?
Is it dyfica, or Dyfuca?
If Dyfuca, removal instructions can be found here:
DyFuCA.Internet Optimizer

NOTE: Removal directions include registry edits.
Be sure to back up your registry, before attempting.
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#3 MajorFatCat


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Posted 16 August 2005 - 01:45 PM

Hmmm.... Ad-Aware and Spybot should both have detected it. If you are having malware trouble, go to the HJT log analysis forum. The people there are experts in helping out with malware related issues and will quickly clean your PC of any malicious software hiding in it. :thumbsup:

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