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Help with removing Exploit:HTML/Repl.D, Exploit:Wind32

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#1 Houseprs


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Posted 08 March 2010 - 02:03 PM

Hi all,

We had a lot of problems with trojans, etc lately. Our computer tech guy got rid of them, we got infected again & seemed to have gotten clean once more. . .but here we go again!

I used onecare safety scanner, and it found 4 serious issues, and cleaned/repaired 2 of them. This is what they were not able to fix:


I've got the locations of these if necessary, I wrote them down--they're in my husband's temp files.

We're running WindowXP version 5.1, have our firewall enabled, and I run virus scans nearly every day. I use Onecare Safety scanner, and the other programs mentioned below. I alternate the programs (don't run a t the same time of course) and update them almost every time I use them.

I ran Malware Bytes which didn't detect them. -- I've got SuperAntiSpyware Free and AVG Free but haven't run them yet.

I don't have great computer skills, but can follow directions -- any advice would be great to remove this.

Edited by Houseprs, 08 March 2010 - 02:07 PM.

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Posted 09 March 2010 - 10:22 PM


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#3 Houseprs

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 10:39 AM

thanks Orange Blossom!

I wouind up being able to delete on of the infected files, and the other seems to have disappeared.

We have been coming up "clean" with Onecare Safety scans, and I got the paid version of Kasperksy -- today we got a pop up ad saying we're infected, but it didn't seem too persistent, I was able to close it with task manager & we seem functional. Hopefully it's not lurking on our system someplace.

Kaspersky said it fended off several attacks, one of which was the kind that trolls around looking for open ports. I need to learn a lot more -- so far I've learned to use command prompt & the netstat -a command to see what's going on, but don't understand it enough to know if we have open ports and could be vulnerable.

On Kaspersky's advice, I did download the latest versions of Java & Adobe, and uninstalled a bunch of older versions of them.

I'm still trying to convince my husband not to visit websites without checking them with google safebrowsing (I suppose it's not failsafe) -- he doesn't visit anything off color or unusual, but it seems like viruses are everywhere!

Thanks & I'll post back if we get into trouble again.

J House

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