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Anyone ever heard of a virus that plays random audio clips?

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  1. bigcasey123

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    I keep hearing ads and voices randomly! sometimes it happens when i'm on the webbrowser but most of the times it happens when i have nothing up! Anyone ever heard of this virus? i don't understand how it got past my 3 antiviruses (Melawarebytes, Avast, and Comodo) and when i did a virus check with them they only found some spam adware crap. After removing the adware i thought that might have fixed it but i still hear it! anyone have (or had) experience with this virus?
     
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    Is it telling you to kill people ?
     
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    Click Ctrl + Alt + Delete and find the motherfucker!
     
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    A mind needs books as a sword needs a whetstone, i
    First of all multiple Antivirs is just a bad idea. Thats if you run the Comodo AV, not the firewall.

    You probably got hit by a rootkit.

    http://support.kaspersky.com/5350
    DL and follow the intructions.

    CTRL ALT DEL will solve your problem too, but only temporarily.
    If you want to do that it's probably svchost.exe * 32. I don't recommend shutting it down that way though.
     
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    Not heard of anything like that but could it be interference from another source. I lived next to a guy that had a jacked up cb radio that came in on our tv, radio, and even my guitar amplifier.

    Wasn't very clear though and you could tell it was from an outside source.... so not likely what you are experiencing.
     
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    I have the task manager up but can't find anything unusual!! why the hell you think i'm asking for help.....
     
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    3 antiviruses? Are u stupid? NEVER have multiple antiviruses installed. They start interfering with eachother, which causes more harm than good.
     
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    I thought it was svchost.exe too but it doesn't come up when the sounds play.
     
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    Download Kaspersky 30 day free trial, remove all that other shit, run a full scan, have a few beers (or coffee) and when it's done problem solved if it's virus related. Sounds more like a TSR hidden program running.
     
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    Malwarebytes is not an antivirus program. Ir is an anti-spyware program.

    You should use only one AV, though.
     
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    Comodo is a firewall i have no clue why i thought it was an antivirus so yes that won't interfere with the other antiviruses. Also unless you have the full version of Melawarebytes there will be no conflict with Avast because the free Melawarebytes app does not implement real-time protection.
     
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    Not a bad idea.
    A virus that gives spotify plays.
    Gonna get my coder onto one that does youtube views.
     
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    What i don't understand is what would a virus that plays audio clips do? i mean if it was stealing files (or whatever viruses do) why would it give itself away by playing sounds?
     
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    I had a similar problems in the past, but it was not a virus, it was a hidden pop under I think...
    I was having this issue only after downloading files from a file storage website...
    When I was clicking download a pop under was opening and closing very fast, after that the problem occurred...
    Just open task manager and see for other instances of chrome or Firefox, just end this other processes and that's it...
    Oh and you have to see what website is causing the problem so you don't use that website again :p
     
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    LOL...

    ...that's f**kin funny!

    No...its a pop up from one of your sites. I had this before. Just track it down.
    Or...its a audio playing from one of your open webpages.
     
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    First you should only have one AV program or you may have problems from it, and yes there are viruses & Malware like that, viewing and clicking ads, and watching youtube videos, you say that you have Malwarebytes so this is what you can do, restart your computer and as soon as the screen starts to shutdown press the F8 key repeatedly until you see the windows safe mode screen come up, then select "start windows in safe mode with networking" your computer will then start in safe mode and look really funny, but no need to worry because it just has not loaded the necessary drivers for the graphics to work right. So now what you need to do is go to the start menu and find your Malwarebytes folder, inside the folder there is a different folder called "Tools" now open that and you will see a program called "Chameleon" run it, a screen will pop open with many option click the top blue box and then "Chameleon" will attempt to update and shut down any know meticulous processes and then run a scan on you computer, by default the scan is a quick scan, let that run and when it's done restart "Chameleon" and run a full scan while still in safe mode. If when you press the first blue box and "Chameleon" still dose not run keep going down the list of boxes until you find one that works. Hope this helps you, and let me know if you need my help.

    Boot windows 7 in safe mode
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    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/start-computer-safe-mode#start-computer-safe-mode=windows-7
    
    Chameleon
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    http://www.malwarebytes.org/products/chameleon/
    
     
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    Just to confirm to the newbies that having Malwarebytes on your system with another AV package such as Avast is standard practice and the two will not interfere with each other. Having two real-time AV packages running doesn't make sense since they will interfere with each other and slow sown your system.

    As to the OP's malware did you try a system restore and if so did the malware just come back? If so you need to see where it's hiding and go to ground zero and delete the original infected file. Sounds like a script kiddie at work.
     
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