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Posted 11 June 2006 - 10:38 AM
So what you're saying is you were following the self-help tutorial for Spy Sheriff and after fllowing those steps you no longer have administrator access to your computer? Please gives us specifics about the problem (so we can help you) instead of accusing BC of being responsible for your problems...
I downloaded the Clean-up program from the link he had posted........
Then I had a complete melt down........I really think he IS Spy-Sheriff........
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this was never mentioned when I accessed the site
on the 3rd of May.
Posted 11 June 2006 - 03:38 PM
That's because the self-help topic with the smitfraudfix you are referring to was created by Grinler on May 11 2006. It does not include CleanUP and is actually titled "How To Remove Spyware Sheriff And Antispylab" which targets spywaresheriff.exe. Since you downloaded instructions a least a week before he posted this fix, it cannot be the same self-help guide that you used.
I justed pulled the hard copy of the steps I followed..........They are dated May 3rd. How to remove the Spysheriff...So, as of todays date, the insructions have completely changed from the date May 3rd. Now you are told to download Smitfraud........this was never mentioned when I accessed the site
It appears your google search led you to an older but different self-help tutorial titled "How to remove the Spysheriff" which targets SpySheriff.exe. This self-help guide was created by Grinler on Jun 22 2005 and does include downloading and using CleanUp.
I googled 'Spy-Sheriff'and BC comes up as having tutorials on its removal.........I was atempting to follow Grinzleys advise, step by step...
The smitfraudfix tool was created by a malware removal expert specifically for newer smitfraud infections. It only targets and removes bad files related to these infections. It is safe, works well and is recommended by the vast majority of experts at forums like this as the appropriate fix tool to use.
So what does the Smit thing do? Make your system physically blow-up?
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