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I have a Googel hijack virus,BUT------


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#1 drop bear

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Posted 29 March 2010 - 11:12 PM

Well as I said in my introduction,I've spent some time looking around. What can I say? I'm thoroughly confused, and determined not to touch combofix.

Before coming here ,I tried all kinds of things,including something called 'smitfraudfix' (it didn't) malwarebytes,Spyware Doctor,and a couple antivirus apps.

I have a Hijack This logfile,but have no idea how to interpret it nor can I get anyone who knows what they're doing to simply have a look at it.

I guess my desire for a simple tool to remove the virus is bit naive. Seems the thing is deeply imbeddedi my system. i;'mcaapbekloffolwing complxintructsionmbu these days lack the patience. :thumbsup:


Everything I want to keep is saved on a 1TB external hard drive.

So,right now,I'm considering a clean install,using an application called D-BAN,which wipes the hard drive cleaner than a standard format.

Of course I'm still interested in a simpler solution, if there is one.

Edited by drop bear, 29 March 2010 - 11:13 PM.


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