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My IP is blacklisted because of possible trojan infection


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#1 Peter78

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Posted 04 September 2014 - 03:45 AM

Today i decided to use mirc and for my surprise i was banned automatically of accessing some channels because my IP was blacklisted at cbl.abuseat.org. I decided to check my IP address in this site and why it is blacklisted and this is what i get as a report:

http://pastebin.com/KYrRCJEp

I scanned my PC with few standalone scanners but they didn't report anything suspicious.  I also remember that around the time my IP was blacklisted according to the report i started getting an error for missing npptools.dll file. I have a program that monitor my traffic - Networx, which starts with Windows, and during that time the program started giving me this error message and before that i didn't get this error. I don't know if this can be related. I did a search for npptools.dll file but i didn't find it in my system.

Can someone tell me is there a reason to wary? From what i saw in the report this type of treats can not be detected by antivirus programs.

I will appreciate any advice.
 



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#2 Linettelindholm

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Posted 04 September 2014 - 12:56 PM

Hey there, Peter78!

Try doing the follow: Open up cmd and then type "ipconfig /release" and hit enter after that you type in ipconfig /renew

I hope it helped you :)

Linette



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Posted 05 September 2014 - 04:08 AM

I used the site that have blacklisted my IP address and whitelisted it manually and so far it appear clean, though i don't know how it got blacklisted on first place.






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