Posted 04 April 2006 - 09:52 PM
I started reading through the posting instructions and realized there is a lot of programs I need to download on my PC before anyone can analyze my system, but there in lies the problem. I am currently posting this from my uninfected laptop. Ever since the moment I realized what was on my PC, it has been unplugged from the internet, and still the programs try to connect every 15 minutes or so, only to have a window pop up informing me I'm d/c'd. I got hit with it on Sunday night, my screen started filling up with popup windows of death until my system locked up and I couldn't do anything but restart. Once windows came back up, I noticed an icon named Tagasauras and knew my computer was *Bleeped*, and then the windows started popping up all on their own. Its been unplugged since.
It has disabled Norton auto protect, and evades destruction from that program and spybot cant fix it either. I'm not sure if its one program or they're all linked. All I know is every time I get on the net, I get barraged with pop up windows of death, and I know its inviting friends in.
If you still suggest downloading the programs mentioned in the opening post, Ill grab them unless someone out there can suggest another way. I have updated Norton, Spybot and the Windows Firewall (and up until I found your site and started reading, I thought I was safe. Guess not). These are the files that come up on Norton after a full scan that cannot be deleted:
asappsrv.dll - spyware
command.exe - spyware
dmonwv.dll - adware
eee2.exe - adware
netmon.exe - spyware
sys014132951461.exe - adware
Also, spybot removed a number of spyware programs but was unable to remove what it labeled: Command services
It is located:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Current Control Set\Services\cmdservice
Of course in desperation I tried unsuccessfully to remove these programs from the registry manually, only to hear the heckling laughter of some pencil necked evil brain in my head.
Anyways, this is my problem, don't know if any of this helps, but if someone could help me un*Bleep* my computer, I'd be thankful as hell.