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#1 zpah018

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Posted 31 December 2005 - 08:37 AM

Hi

Recently I have been experiancing some problems with my computor, such as it running slow and not shutting down easily. Also, I can connect to my wireless internet connection with a signal stregth of good-excelent but my computor will not allow me to access or use the internet in any way, it is asif it is offline.

I have run AntiVir Guard, Ad-Aware and Ewido antivirus programs. Between them they have come up with a list of viruses that I am infected with but I beleive that there are more. I have tried to delete these viruses but have not been able to and I have not been able to find the sources either. I am currently in the process of trying to get rid of Adware.Istbar using BC's self-help section but am not succeding.

The viruses that I can find are
TR/Dldr.Swizzor.CO
TR/Dldr.Swizzor.bo
TR/Dldr.Swizzor.CN
TR/Dldr.Swizzor.cb
TR/Dldr.IstBar.KP

My computor is a Vaio laptop with Windows XP

I would like to rid my computor of these and all other viruses, can you please advise me on how I should do this and how i should prevent further Trojan Horses from attacking my computor.

Thanks,
Ellen

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Posted 01 January 2006 - 03:07 AM

Try the steps and programs here
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Posted 01 January 2006 - 08:00 AM

To reduce the re-infection potential for malware and protect yourself against spyware, here are a few helpful suggestions:

1. Keep Windows and Internet Explorer current with the latest critical security updates from Microsoft including SP2 which has enhanced security features. This will patch many of the security holes through which attackers can gain access to your computer.

2. Prevent spyware, homepage hijacking and increase your browser security by using the following free programs:
SpywareGuard
SpywareBlaster
IE-SPYAD
Microsoft Windows AntiSpyware (Beta)

3. Prevention and Protection Tips:
Read "How to Prevent Spyware".
Read "Malware Prevention: Prevent Re-infection".
Read "Simple and easy ways to keep your computer safe".
Read "How to Configure Enhanced Security Features for Internet Explorer in XP SP2".
Read "Limited-User Security on Windows XP" and "Create Your Accounts" to learn how to set up a user account instead of administrator to prevent malware from installing itself on your system.

4. Confused about which apps are good or not? Read "Rogue/Suspect Anti-Spyware Products"
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