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So, the FIX did work. What do I do? 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear BleepingComputer.com → Security → Am I infected? Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Is anyone familar with Trojan.Hugipon? navigate here

My network connection still shows that TCP/IP v6 is stillthere, BUT the service "IPv6 Helper Service" vanished (as expected).Now, I have NO idea which apps use this service since there's nodependencies Should I just go ahead and remove/quarantine it later (or at least try to)? The last couple of SAS scans had looked clean. Alerts Alert Preferences Show All...

Contact Us Copyright © 2017 Support.com, Inc. forums.superantispyware.com/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=3048 2spyware.com has no info so its probably legit.Click to expand... Cheers.

I would like to solve this so that I can post the results and remedy on other forums for others to read.Any help will be much appreciated and I will share Register now! Other options including adding a URL to target for a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack: The kit as default settings to create mutexes. Hope so anyway.

Not one of the forums that I could find had anything to say definitive about hugipon, only hupigon which is different.I finally posted the question on Yahoo Answers and that is Trojan.Hugipon Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by gregw2, Jun 6, 2009. Or if you like, I'll fix it remotely for you. I have two problems with it, the first is that if it really exists and is not a false positive because only sas is actually finding it and secondly I'm unhappy

Back to top Back to Am I infected? is there a tool that would tell me what applicationsneeded this service. I updated to this version (8017) this morning. I ran checks for two days with AVG, Avira, SAS, Spyware Terminator, Adaware-Lavasoft, and Malwarebytes.

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  • if not, I apologize in advance.For the last few days, SAS (SuperAntiSpyware) was detecting thetrojan.hugipon in the registry entries for the service "IPv6 Helper Service".After waiting a few days to find
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  • The Trojan dropper then drops the following DLL files:  Backdoor:Win32/Hupigon.

hugipon and hupigon. What do I do? much appreciated.Read thru:http://forums.superantispyware.com/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=3048&sid=aaf63e12ca0724fcf20af1fd8cbfd2a8&start=15Good luck :) Rej 2009-06-10 22:24:01 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Thanks, but I'm one of the posters on that thread :)That's why I came here to see if the registry Hupigons are written with Borland Delphi.

I can now open new windows with my browser with ease like I used to be able to, before the Trojan.hugipon appeared. http://gsdclb.org/general/trojan-medfos-nv-trojan-win32-medfos-gen-d.php PWS:Win32/Hupigon tries to capture Windows logon credentials and may also try to capture other user data. I have dealt with two machines recently that have been reportedly infected with it. If so, isthere any disadvantage to removing it (as it is now)?.I don't think I use any software that might use it except VUZE which I useonce every few months just

Backdoor:Win32/Hupigon connects to a specified Web site to notify the attacker of the infection. Nothing was found. I love it! http://gsdclb.org/general/trojan-trojan-kolweb-a.php This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.

But..again..the spelling is different on the trojan that was found (HUGIPON was found..NOT Hupigon). Also i scanned my system with Ad-Aware/Spybot/Malwarebytes & A-Squared, also nothimg was found. much appreciated.Regards,--Rej Kayman 2009-06-09 21:04:37 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by RejHi folks,Not sure this is the right forum...

I checked my registry files and the HKLM virus entries were gone and did not appear again.

Click here to Register a free account now! Discussion in 'Security, Viruses and Trojans' started by mekon, Jun 9, 2009. my handle on the thread is Melk so I can see why you'd not know.Post by KaymanPost by RejHi folks,Not sure this is the right forum... No, create an account now.

Cheers. Malwarebytes detected two instances of it. Back to top #6 thewall thewall Malware Response Team 6,425 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Florida Local time:12:43 AM Posted 10 June 2009 - 01:37 PM They've been dealing with this over weblink Worst case: it's a new trojan only the SaS people know about - but their forum support says, um, we've changed our mind, not too sure right now, hang on and

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