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Malware - Pc-aid.org

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#1 cylon


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Posted 01 April 2006 - 05:20 PM

I am infected with a malware that has altered all of my browers home pages. when ever I try to log on I get the following page regardless of which browser I use, firefox or IE. The program also locks my e-mail system. I can only use the internet if i go directly to the site. Use of he home button brings back the message below. I will appreciate any help you can provide.


Probably Your computer have been infected by malware and used to attack my site
Please check You computer for Trojans and/or other spyware to make sure your private information is not stolen, and to avoid using your computer as a "zombie" of spynet ("zombies" are used by hackers to attack other sites).
You can use following steps to make your internet work. Technical details are at the end of this document.

To rescue Your computer please do the following:
Update Your Windows: open Windows Update and follow instructions
Download and install any Spyware or Adware remover, for example SpyFighter or noAdware.
Install Antivirus, for example Micro-Antivirus - light and professional one.
Fix Your DNS Settings: Press
Start ->
Control Panel ->
Network connections
For every connection click right mouse button and select Properties
Select Internet protocol(TCP/IP) and click Properties Remove all DNS servers and set to "Obtain DNS server address Automatically".
Congratulations! You have a working internet connection. If You have any problems, feel free to contact me:
Jeff < support at pc-aid.org>

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