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#1 mason55

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Posted 25 November 2010 - 07:37 PM

I clicked a random link from reddit.com this morning and got a bunch of virus pop ups from Trend Micro.

JAVA_DLOAD.SP
JAVA_LOADER.HLL
TROJ_HILOTI.SMOE


Since then I have gotten repeated BSODs (even in safe mode with no networking), the only info showing up being stop error 0x0000007E. I've run MBAM with no success and tried running SUPERAntiSpyware but it BSOD's before the scans can finish. Any help would be much appreciated.

I also randomly have been getting redirected/popups in Firefox. The last 3 URLs I was sent to were

http://www.registrydefender.com/l/indexsg.asp?utm_medium=ctx&utm_campaign=mg1&utm_source=ron3594&utm_term=ron_113594

http://clanhuston.com/?xurl=http://208.94.233.34/go.php?data=a6sS%2BPP9FOhGy4pCKbkZGpXnkswOjktxIjh8ULro6uXPv1EPpDpvmZRvqCBuAAduH5CR0Nq3IQxUV1tycGPVcGqde%2FiiVGkz4VcWY8RLH6i2zsfM5tp6PpN%2FQyhNceuhCJGwkghvNfD%2FnxHlHA%2BhU8ZkgfYIb8o0pwRLuj%2FDzvqF23vzl1mOQYBq7bcsLgvk7RjXm0mYi7UyLQeDB%2BcQpxSBtqmRmMqPamHZRnQlWz4e0vPKwyPLCiQZYJZ3ATszFS4uvPe5W6EqTUDRxh5%2FF8Xb7zCJZrvWxGTB5CPAbSU1YLT33vVgrIglDhLckcXHNwTC%2FbyXVP1h1UlfI%2FFjC7tq1SvuWQLzcRPCjAnAczBxhndBjV8SjvCWE0BQhO28w3CB6s15pFWJbpK%2FHFOYhWhhgYp710JJpxs3Dml86BWMKfKiXqDX2%2FPqGYXNPi6%2ByH4oxLXsq4KHnpCtw3NL2CsiqR8WBYXBnwA2%2B7oJxHIsLUUH06%2FLhRBjWDtAi%2Bq%2BbWAx5GAgwsrj9vVZoeXD82rdYSUN31qrgyDFtIRzCpsVlwyfe2J9kbK3%2B67tLg%2FXfsTIjOKsgRxcZgT40fKaJzYBseVquuJbGCFggH3xDxt0t6I2znD1EfFFbDJYMKdCXNGloMd4g8M4PtjRb8EG9s4tc5LTrvs%2BxsZVrqCIcBjFLvgA5Etx6vcAWlyC66xuZgigK0wCxwM8HTZhFkuwC11WxiNERVpc4qkejoC3OGTL1pZSG88y5e%2Bt4waVcGpUDb5gvcik3sHSOY207bBH9OGsBeZ0i9ydyKuNCWVPnNMoBroqphf2dRl40xPY7Xo%2Bpu5uYPZMK1RmWX%2FHeZ6C5%2F3DKEAxpM3GcwMtyp1Zp5CSFWU8LrbSd%2B51CrO4mWS09TDWnKPUnwFUTGmjE5m4asHYshP7odnnLwnxKkThd9FWa92a4m527MyUxsWiAEOS1jYGv%2BRPlr1i5xU2e6kSVauOgbp1bzWRqLVrFEQh7q5H4yuqxA5iYKOflaBPCUQ5sBPzSfsxFtJe8S02zDp%2BJ7aKGTll8rFXILxNTc4I7tvUkoTa%2BPIvyBA9ZXGg8%2BaQa3i9AJjGXVEjiDeZYNoSyILaS3eE%2B%2FtvSGCRN3eN54ifbkeLUsmiGZN%2BdRur8u9I4%2B1Xso4e%2BK%2Fj8ZxzygueAdMb78iXhcnPLZ2wdQvUvMb3mUHa%2F8rcopZQx5E0Pu9KYOAYMdtmkYngS16w7xGVIBluhadZBboOiehyAGIVuVBkk2FBK6qKPoEComRIZiikkDNhxdclXUE%3D&xref=http://clanhuston.com/search.php

http://efp.ns3.bidsystem.com/c/AAhgthlP_DG7b8110TC0zc8oFRcP51jqRypAF1v5THVoEI4PDZ5ip-Dl3t3vmMqHuKl0b1veBtAy7GdJnL6xRj-8VGMhLT7MzGl-wMgLxe4kLbwa89fOxQXighLbGs_W2FEMtJdcKT2QdlVg1b0UZ-e7ZOcu3LzeSZWhwGMKF5bWSlCxd0enAa1FUK1ui2EY3G_xk2y33URlAgQcWju5vmSbROIjAKlBssV9lOlFcpZ5s6O7Fad8IrNLTveGVGwfyvHCoq640XYSMj5sI6yqos52NLrn-_9g7NOcc-gbGSI411vqYrXOXNElWJtV2cP1NgSYttB-SrEwAGJBZeoJbScbV3YM95XfxPzxPGtqntlaEQWw2dtl5_aXnhp_sV3V-5A1m0tehCTRbG3y3GhTdHVH2tspAv1UqZ0GTF5g2CCG5bHCqiQCcCnw9x9Ftv1pbNDYO7Z65aqwRTPpLLllzdCQPIerbzATAP16jmCsAJ1urWUkqQQiGcv8Fw4Kw-kEKm4medraJVRgWC9ohCYyr5L9Eb90k3ienCus24COFLOe1FdUwphS2znM1Qus0IuzOOHmHkvAVNC1P2TRrDcYAHqwp6ecQSOqw4Kc0t43_kEbRTXuzOS8dXbRd-zuMTdgUDRGCNSNft_79Fzo7oWpCurYI60OEHXolBQeI4ypHfUAApruNp3FLCVeFPQGII4ESOmR3GzFbj2jdkyYMPi5Ya9NuYTTmT4PC64UIcM69ifwbjpuaV1Qi4Sbky2UTC8fh_G_G07iWLal3cgNn8vigelvE8vDCgUYU5zoM2gUnsnBM0cYmNGSGMd2QAcNSAriIFYk7gc5pdcdkDU


Any ideas?

Edit: I was browsing in Chrome at the time. Now Chrome doesn't work at all, I just get the loading icon and nothing ever loads, not even the quicklaunch screen.

Edit 2: Just got a random popup. sw: svchost.exe - application error. The instruction at "0x09090909" referenced memory at "0x00000000". The memory could not be "written"

Edited by mason55, 25 November 2010 - 07:40 PM.


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