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#1 SickGirl47&1/2

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Posted 18 June 2013 - 03:46 AM

INTERNET TOOLS Home Page shows this http://g.msn.com/CQDSK/1 and there is also  x509 Machine enrollment factory, and xml schema Cache 6.0, and xml http 6.0 and ole Install Class in the run without permissions of browser properties.

everything is booting up from an X drive.

 

 Windows that look like a command window flash open and flash closed to fast to tell what it says.  System restore to factory settings done, but computer still show that I have a HP_RECOVERY (D:) and I have 2 Hard Disk Drives I believe I should only have 1, my WNA1100 is being listed as a DVD RW Drive (E:) WNA1100.  The OS (C:) HAS 412 GB free of 449 GB and the D drive has 2.07 GB free of 16.5 GB

 

I was able to access the D:/ drive with a program a friend loaned me but was to confusing for me to use. I did see in the d drive that there was a recycle bin that referenced the dollar sign at the beginning of it. I was able to delete one fo the files there were to.

 

also in wireless setup  there is a PENetworkManager 0.57 properties:  AtherosAR8152/8158 PCI-EFast EthernetController MAC: 36-60-77-E3-E2-30 Speed100MBits

the wireless that I am using is not Atheros it is NETGEAR.

 

Has or is my computer hacked jacked or have spyware or virus or malware?


Edited by SickGirl47&1/2, 18 June 2013 - 09:20 AM.


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Posted 18 June 2013 - 08:33 PM

Same computer?

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/498497/internet-explorer-is-redirecting/


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#3 SickGirl47&1/2

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Posted 21 June 2013 - 08:14 AM

yes same computer. I haven't been able to get back on this site due to drivers being missing and the redirecting. I'm in safe mode and I've been looking through the files and there appears to be a desk this is a file in documents that I did not create. I clicked to select all text in document to past here and it didn't paste the content but this web address. File name is listed as configurationapi and it is a JScript Script File. In it, talks about overriding and get localsettings.get from Locale https://apis.google.com/js/plusone.js I was able to cut and past part of the contents of that doc. hope you can understand it. function ConfigurationApi parathenses system.configuration = new ConfigurationApi parenthases ConfigurationApi.prototype.getPlatformVersion = function var overrideValue = system._internal.globals.localSettings.get("RuntimeVersion"); if (!(overrideValue then it says equal sign 3 times and null two parenthesis return overrideValue; etc etc. I can try to cut and past more if you want, but that is the gest so far. Appears to be some Api configuration prototype.getCeip. I seen a lot of things with api attached to it and like I said almost every folder has a desktop.ini file.

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Posted 21 June 2013 - 05:10 PM

Hello SickGirl,

Since you are already receiving help in your other topic here: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/498497/internet-explorer-is-redirecting/

I'll close this one. Please continue with your other topic.

Thanks,

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