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Help Me I Have The Virtumonde.1 Adware!

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#1 Ihatecomputersomg


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Posted 26 May 2006 - 08:09 PM

Okay so here it is. I suck at computers, right off the bat, not gonna lie. So please thoroughly explain any help, okay?

First off, I know I have something wrong in my system because it has slowed a TON. Plus, My Windows Defender (Beta 2) keeps telling me I have the Virtumonde.1 Adware and it's a high risk. I run the deletion files and restart the computer, but every time I do, when the computer comes back on again, lo and behold, Windows Defender crops up again and says I need to delete it again. It's like it either never really removes it or it keeps coming BACK and I have no idea what to do to fix it! I've tried to dowload a few fixing things but you have to pay for them and I don't kow what to trust online anymore. Even if it says it'll delete it, how do I know it really will, or that it is, in fact, a virus in itself?

As a side note, I keep getting warnings that pop up on my computer from "sysprotect" and it says to add/remove programs. I always x it out because when I was going to scan the computer as it says to, I get a warning sign like it is unsafe to download. More afraid of downloading something than simply ignoring it, I've chosen the latter. But I can't get rid of it either, and it's very annoying and it makes me wonder what ELSE is going wrong on my system that I don't know about.

Please help!!! I can't afford for a professional to fix my computer again. I need to do it myself now because it just costs WAY too much.


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#2 rookie147


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Posted 27 May 2006 - 01:56 AM

Hello Ihatecomputersomg,

I would recommend following the following tutorial, then posting a HijackThis log in our forum, and a specialist removal expert will help you to remove this spyware.

Preparation Guide For Use Before Posting A HijackThis Log

Hope you get cleaned up soon.. :thumbsup:

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