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My Program Shuts Down Just After Lunching


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#1 Michael Lopez

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Posted 02 June 2007 - 04:18 AM

Hi

I wanted to know about how can I know what program or process closes the Ollydbg program. I have tried many programs (spyware doctor, TrendMicro PC-Cilin,Ad adware be gone) but I still remains the same.

The only way that I could make it stay was by using Process Guard (with Secure Message Handling enabled), But It doesn't say anything about which programs, process, module tries to close the Ollydbg program.

Just recently I had Virtumonde virus that after following the instructions in this forum I think it's resolved. ( I also used spyware doctor and trend micro ) and I don't get anyother annoying popups, websites. But I still think that some variant of this virus closes Ollydbg (think the rootkit one). Tonight I checked the processes by Security Task Manager and I found that there was a dll with high risk in my memory.

I checked computer again by spyware doctor and trend micro Pc-cilin 2007 but none of them didn't find anything bad.


Sincerely
Michael Lopez

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Posted 02 June 2007 - 06:58 AM

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#3 Michael Lopez

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Posted 02 June 2007 - 09:50 AM

Ok, Thanks for your help

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Posted 07 January 2012 - 04:25 PM

Hi

I wanted to know about how can I know what program or process closes the Ollydbg program. I have tried many programs (spyware doctor, TrendMicro PC-Cilin,Ad adware be gone) but I still remains the same.

The only way that I could make it stay was by using Process Guard (with Secure Message Handling enabled), But It doesn't say anything about which programs, process, module tries to close the Ollydbg program.

Just recently I had Virtumonde virus that after following the instructions in this forum I think it's resolved. ( I also used spyware doctor and trend micro ) and I don't get anyother annoying popups, websites. But I still think that some variant of this virus closes Ollydbg (think the rootkit one). Tonight I checked the processes by Security Task Manager and I found that there was a dll with high risk in my memory.

I checked computer again by spyware doctor and trend micro Pc-cilin 2007 but none of them didn't find anything bad.


Sincerely
Michael Lopez


You should try Process Monitor of Sysinternals, it could tell you which process terminates Ollydbg.
If you think technology can solve your security problems, then you don't understand the problems and you don't understand the technology. Bruce Schneier




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