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#1 only1bobert

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Posted 13 August 2010 - 02:04 AM

I recently turned my computer on running windows xp sp3 and antimalware doctor was running. I followed the instructions on removal using rkill and malwarebytes. I thought malwarebytes had removed all of it but later my firefox was redirecting google search links to generic shopping domains. I did some searching in my registry and found some weird entries relating to files such as pieshesd.dll and imotadumor.dll. mcaffee found some trojan files that I renamed by adding a 1before the name not deleting. Nothing else is found in my scans I even used bitdefender online scan. Below is my hijack this log but I cannot find anything else that would cause my web browser to redirect it does it in multiple browsers. another scan just revealed exploit-cve2008-5353

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Posted 13 August 2010 - 02:14 AM

My computer said no response from server and gave me the try again link not knowing it had already posted because I thought there was a connection error I clicked again please delete all repeat posts.

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Posted 13 August 2010 - 02:20 AM

I recently turned my computer on running windows xp sp3 and antimalware doctor was running. I followed the instructions on removal using rkill and malwarebytes. I thought malwarebytes had removed all of it but later my firefox was redirecting google search links to generic shopping domains. I did some searching in my registry and found some weird entries relating to files such as pieshesd.dll and imotadumor.dll. mcaffee found some trojan files that I renamed by adding a 1before the name not deleting. Nothing else is found in my scans I even used bitdefender online scan. Below is my hijack this log but I cannot find anything else that would cause my web browser to redirect it does it in multiple browsers. another scan just revealed exploit-cve2008-5353

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Posted 13 August 2010 - 06:57 AM

I have already responded in your other thread here. Please do not start new threads or duplicate topics as this causes confusion and makes it more difficult to get the help you need to resolve your issues. Further, it necessitates staff spending time with housecleaning to remove those duplicate postings. I have to remove 19 duplicate postings...time which could have been provided to others needing assistance.

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