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please help with this weird malware

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by CashInHand, Aug 26, 2010.

  1. CashInHand

    CashInHand Regular Member

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    i downloaded a file and then ten minutes later i cant go on a any website becasue a fake warning from internet explorer(even though i use chrome, fail) saying that its stoppping me becasue the site has malware and directs me to a website selling anti-virus software and thats the only site i can go on. Then i realised my own anti-virus software had ran out, so im fucked.

    Its basicly trying to force me to buy anti-virus software which is propably a scam also.

    Please help:(
     
  2. iamsgf

    iamsgf Regular Member

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    system restore point! just roll back a couple of days and it will be removed
     
  3. sreamNwolf

    sreamNwolf Junior Member

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    if you have a 2nd computer, and I guess you do, you are on here. Google: malwarebytes anti-malware and put it on the computer with the virus.

    It's free, and kicks the hell out of any virus.

    Wolf
     
  4. CashInHand

    CashInHand Regular Member

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    thanks im not on a dif comp just a dif user so maybe i can install it on all users and i think i restored to a few days ago but nothing.
     
  5. coffeejunkie

    coffeejunkie Newbie

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    google for "hijackthis" and generate a hijackthis log file via the hijackthis program

    then paste the log file to hijackthis . de

    from there you will see what are malware items from the list

    check it and click fix checked button

    then delete all the malware files

    works everytime

    you might also need to check your IE if it's proxy settings was changed (tools > internet options > connections tab > lan settings (make sure everything is unchecked)) this redirects all your websites to the malware bec. it's using the malware's proxies. you need to uncheck all.
     
  6. CashInHand

    CashInHand Regular Member

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    how do i install it onto a dif user?
     
  7. evilman11

    evilman11 Junior Member

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    Mercury_Hg Registered Member

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    How do you guys end up getting malware?
     
  9. homenet

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    combofix and malwarebytes, install them and run them both in safe mode, should take care of it. If not let us know.
     
  10. danielgb123

    danielgb123 Regular Member

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    Picked up something nasty on my PC a few months ago, running Windows 7 I wasn't able to use ComboFix (which I normally use) - hope they can improve the Beta and release a stable version.

    @OP - MalwareBytes and SUPERAntiSpyware did the job :)