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Trojan Vundo


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#1 kevin3790

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Posted 20 November 2005 - 10:13 PM

Ive tried to reboot in safe mode and it wont let me into safe mode. It says im in safe mode in the 4 corners of the screen but the screen is just black. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!

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Posted 21 November 2005 - 02:36 AM

If you cannot get into safe mode & get a black screen that says "safe mode" in all 4 corners and no desktop appears then try this

It appears that the code in the Vundo trojan is so badly written, that many users cant go into safe mode because "explorer.exe" is occupied trying to execute these codes and occupies 100% of the CPU capacity.

Try this procedure:

When you come to the point where the black screen appears and the text "safe mode" is displayed in the corners,open the taskmanager (Ctrl+Alt+Del) and find "explorer.exe . Click on it in the list and click "Terminate". This will probably take several minutes.
Once Explorer is terminated, navigating with the mouse will be easy, however you will have a desktop without icons.

Now, remember where you installed the "VundoFix" . Open the taskmanager again, and click "File>Run" in the toolbar. Type in the filepath to the VundoFix in the scrollbar and hit enter.
The default location of the VundoFix is here :
C:\Documents and Settings\YOUR USERNAME\Desktop\VundoFix\KillVundo.bat . Replace "your username" with your actual one.
Then click "ok" and if everything work as planned, you will now be able to run the VundoFix and go on with the procedure I already posted.

Since you during this operation cant navigate via Explorer, its important that you print those instructions, both the ones here and the entire cleaning procedure for the Vundo.

David




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