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Serious Infection, Please Help


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#1 Guest_juhgail_*

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Posted 09 April 2006 - 04:54 PM

Ok,

Im going to post here and not in Hijack this log yet since you guys are REALLY good and will help me.

I wont give you details, but I ended *by accidnet* at a porno site today. All of a sudden my wallpaper turned into a blue screen that said "you have been infected blah blah...." and "click on this site to fix blah blazh...."

Well, Im smart enough to know that it was infected, but to not click on anything.

So I tried to right click to get my wallpaper back. nope. Then I hit properties and it said the "program" was c:windows/helphp

I deleted it.

The wallpaper turned white.

Then I went to windows expolorer. It wont let me on the web now. it generated this as my default webpage::

C:\secure32.html

and wont let me delete it. The FU***R keeps regenerating itslef. ( I went to C to delete)

So I ran my trend anti virus (which was on an working) and my spybot and my adaware.

Still having this problem, and now the computer is not working properly.

Im BEGGING for help. If anyone has any ideas, or thinks I should do the hijack this, PLEASE, PLEASE give me some advice.

Thanks for the help,
Gail

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Posted 09 April 2006 - 04:57 PM

ps.

Im going to start the computer in safe mode and do the trend scan, adaware scan, and spybot.

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Posted 09 April 2006 - 05:12 PM

No matter the cause or reason, start here and follow the instuctions.

You will get help to clean up your system. Just be patient please.
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