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A Lot Of Stuff My Spyware Detectors Are Picking Up On.


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#1 Gilraen Took

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Posted 12 February 2007 - 03:09 PM

Okay, I've been running ewido, spybot and adaware personal. These keep coming up on their lists. Some are repeats, so I'll skip those ones. Spybot and adaware will delete the file, it seems, completely and my pc just gets reinfected later. Ewido will just ignore the problem and claim it fixed it, though running a back to back scan will turn up the exact same problems again. Ugh. Tons of stuff, and I still don't know where I'm getting it all from. I don't open unknown emails, I don't go to many sites I don't know, and the ones I don't are usually ones I was directed to off of another site. The only things I've ever downloaded are free trials of games from msn or shockwave. . . I did tweak my settings to try to keep from getting re-infected earlier this morning by the site's guideline in this forum(had all but one of those set that way already). What should I do different? And how do I get rid of all of this garbage?

Spybot:
advertising.com
avenue A, inc.
BFast
CasaleMedia
CoreMetrics
DoubleClick
FastClick
HitBox
MediaPlex
Smithfraud-C.toolbar888
Statcounter
Tradedoubler
WebTrends live
Zedo

Ewido:
Estat
Weborama
Revenue
Yeildmanager
2o7(adaware lists it as msnportal.112.2o7.net and as 2o7.net)
.com
bluestreak
overtyre
adbrite
tacoda
Ru4
atdmt
falkag
myaffiliateprogram
sitestat
euroclick(adaware has it as adopt.euroclick.com)
247realmedia
adtech
smartadserver
specificclick
pointroll
serving-sys(aa: bs.serving-sys.com and just serving-sys.com)
esomniture
hotlog
questionmarket
trafficmp
tribalfusion

Adaware:
atdmt.com
questionmarket.com
live365.com
ads.pointroll.com
trafficmp.com
ehg-comcast.hitbox.com
revsci.net

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#2 buddy215

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Posted 12 February 2007 - 04:03 PM

Most of what are in the list are "third party cookies."
BLOCK THIRD PARTY COOKIES IN FIREFOX 2
http://www.elharo.com/blog/privacy/2006/11...s-in-firefox-2/

BLOCKING THIRD PARTY COOKIES IN IE6
http://www.mvps.org/winhelp2002/cookies.htm

Use the directions in the link below for running the smitfraudfix tool.
http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/70074/how-to-remove-virusburster-or-virusbursters-removal-instructions/

Ewido is now AVG 7.5. Install and update it. Run AVG 7.5 antispyware in safe mode
http://free.grisoft.com/doc/20/lng/us/tpl/v5

After blocking the cookies and using the tools and you still have problems, post a Hijack This log in the appropriate forum by following the instructions in the link below .
[url=http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic34773.html]

Edited by buddy215, 12 February 2007 - 06:21 PM.

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