Posted 20 March 2007 - 05:57 PM
Screen shot...how would I go about doing that?? As for True Sword it's self...after actually going into the Registry, I quickly found out, that the repoet was false, don't think I found 1 item...lol On a more positive side, the applivation itself allows you 3 fixes for trying it out. So I did that a couple times. After installing and uninstalling it, I basically got rid of all buy 1 item with it. Have to take in consideration that I do know a little about the Tech side of computers. I took a computer that was soo infected, just about every file was curropt in some aspect, didn't even want to turn on. After 1 week, have installed a new (old) OS, after trial and error, the thing is doing really well. Now I get to tackle the CABRO Trojan, this will be interresting. After some research, anyone have thoughts or knowledge on this removal process??
Cabronator Removal Instructions
Kill the following processes
019054a3.exe, 59bfd0a4.exe, 8======d.exe, cabronator!!!.exe, cabronator.exe, cabronator312b.exe, cserver.exe, asdapi.exe
Unregister the following DLLs and reboot
mswsigx.dll in c:\
Remove the following files
019054a3.exe, 59bfd0a4.exe, 8======d.exe, cabronator!!!.exe, cabronator.exe, cabronator312b.exe, cserver.exe, cuidadin.txt, readme.doc.
mswsigx.dll in c:\
asdapi.exe in Windows\
As for turning in a HJT log, I was gonna wait until I believe I have removed them all, done some research on that as well, have not make a mistake as of yet, but as I look into more and more, removing ths Trojan is not all the easy...so we will see.
just a little useless FYI, this hole process of taking a dead computer and with very little knowledge on the subject, making it live again with error would be soo much easier if all I had access to was AOL dial-up!!! Talk about your ssslllooowww mode, anyways......