#1
it disabled my task manager so i cant delete the processes that are running the spyware. it keeps telling me to install an antivirus and when i run it, it shows like a shitload of virus's but it wont let me remove any. and my background just has a picture of WARNING spyware detected then gives some process names. im pretty much ****ed i have no anti virus and wtf.
#2
Use the goback thing thats on windows. Thats what I do when I get pesky malware/spyware that won't go away.
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#5
wait, you installed an anti virus program SPYWARE told you to install?

Are you retarded?

I mean I've seen your Pit documentary so, ya know, you might be.
#7
turn your computer off, then turn it on and open it in safe mode. you press f2 to load boot menu, then choose boot in safe mode. this should let you run any virus scans and delete any files/programmes that are viruses without the viruses actually starting - unless you have one that activates in safe mode, in which case you're f****d.
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#8
u better hope so otherwise ur gonna have to redo your whole harddrive
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#9
Quote by SillyRabbit
system restore?


Yes sir.
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#10
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Yes sir.

the ****ing spyware deleted my task manager how the **** do i get that back??
#11
DO NOT SYSTEM RESTORE!

The virus has set your most previous restore point at the exact time it infected your computer. Only restore if you can go back a few days...

I had a virus that does the same thing. Reboot in safe mode, then follow this:

My computer -> C:/ Drive -> Windows -> System 32 -> Right click and select to view the files/folders by "Modified" -> Scroll all the way down and find every folder/file that was created at the time you discovered you had spyware. ALL the files should be modified at the exact same time this incluedes Date, Hours, & Minutes. If you decide to reboot in safe mode with networking options (ie - still connected to the internet, which I recommend ONLY to do the following) open Mozilla Safe Mode browser and go download "Malware Bytes" and run it. It will remove all threats.

Concerning the files that might be viruses, mine started out 0cjer1 or something like that. It's a pretty nasty little guy, and I'm not sure if I still have gotten rid of mine completely.
#12
Quote by SillyRabbit
well im running search and destroy and adware right now u think that might help???



If it's the same virus I have then no...it won't get rid of the virus. If you don't have the newest version of S&D then get it, because it allows you to turn on a registry blocker which will pop up everytime this virus tries to redownload itself. It will ask if you want to change the registry, and only click yes if it's asking you right after you deleted the virus files. If you have deleted the infected files, rebooted, and it asks you right at the start-up if you want to accept the changed registries click no, otherwise you'll be accepting the viral infection that is trying to change registries.
#13
well when i open internet it says i need to download that ****ing anti virus cause it says i got a cyber attack
#14
and i already clicked like one yes by accident i think. for the rest im pretty sure i clicked no
#15
I always system restore a couple days back to be safe. I only do that when my antivirus can't delete it or I can't manually delete, which is rare. But some of those spyware apps are really tricky.
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#16
Yeah it had downloaded on my computer. Malware Bytes Anti-Malware freeware will find that file and get rid of it for you. It's a sweet program. Get it.
#17
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wait, you installed an anti virus program SPYWARE told you to install?

Are you retarded?

I mean I've seen your Pit documentary so, ya know, you might be.


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#18
Quote by freedoms_stain
wait, you installed an anti virus program SPYWARE told you to install?

Are you retarded?

I mean I've seen your Pit documentary so, ya know, you might be.



If he did he pwned himself.
#24
Trojans are easy to remove.
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#26
Download this:
http://download.bleepingcomputer.com/sUBs/ComboFix.exe

Run it, let it do its thing. Will restart your pc a couple of times probably.
Post the log file you get.

DO NOT system restore. I urge you.
FOr people who don't know system restore does nothing against virii/spyware etc. It ONLY changes sytem settings. Files e.g. unwanted programs/files are still there. They are NOT deleted, under any circumstance.

System restore does NOT get rid of a virus/spyware.
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#27
Always got rid of the spyware that went apeshit on my computer and my antivirus couldn't remove.
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#28
It may stop the popups and stuff but it does not remove the files.
Like masking tape a leak, no water but hole is still there.

Bad analogy (sp?) but you get the idea.

Also not wishing to brag or anything, just put weight behind what I'm saying, I am a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer. I know what I'm talking about.
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#29
well i emailed the thread to my email so when i get back home if my internet still works which hopefully it should ill do everything
#30
PM'd my email if you want help later
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#31
Quote by JEEtoP
It may stop the popups and stuff but it does not remove the files.
Like masking tape a leak, no water but hole is still there.

Bad analogy (sp?) but you get the idea.

Also not wishing to brag or anything, just put weight behind what I'm saying, I am a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer. I know what I'm talking about.



Oh well.. they wouldn't go away with my antivirus. At least they aren't pestering me anymore.
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#32
Quote by SillyRabbit
it disabled my task manager so i cant delete the processes that are running the spyware. it keeps telling me to install an antivirus and when i run it, it shows like a shitload of virus's but it wont let me remove any. and my background just has a picture of WARNING spyware detected then gives some process names. im pretty much ****ed i have no anti virus and wtf.


Congratulations, you have the Fake Screen spyware! That assfucker of a spyware plagued me for over a month before I was finally able to get rid of it. The good news is that it isn't harmful, it's just extremely annoying. The bad news is that it's a pain in the ass to get rid of.