Also, don't stack these things. win xp sp28/24/2004Carolyn Meinel Q: I have windows xp pro installed on my laptop. However, if you don't get the patches (check the manufacturer web page on occasion), then you may never know you have the problem and/or are being used through this weakness. It detects a trojan virus in two files, ... this contact form
It has other advantages, like actually locking the doors you didn't even (likely) know you had. Q: how do i remove a worm from my hotmail and all the hotmail accounts on my computer? If these are recent issues, have you tried using System Restore to take you back to a time prior to when this began. Antivirus software comes in so many flavors, it's like walking into a Jelly Belly store - which one tastes like what?!
infected my pc was infected with Trojan Horse Dialer.9AJ.location at my C://windows/system32/ce.ununinstall.anyone can help Faq Reply With Quote August 18th, 2004,12:00 AM #2 No Profile Picture prophercer View Profile View New versions of almost everything come out all the time - some are free, some are pay - some you can only download if you are registered - but it is About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts. There are a whole SLEW of software packages out there to get rid of this crud and help prevent reinfection.
Some of them (most) have automatic services to help you do this - I mean, it's not your job to keep up with the half-dozen or more new threats that come Check out these web pages to see what all of the services you might find on your computer are and set them according to your personal needs. I see that AntiVirus software is an absolute necessity given how most people see their computer as a toy/tool and not something they should have to maintain and upkeep. My suggestion - upgrade.
If you have the Windows XP ICF turned on - default configuration - then they cannot see you! If these things worked perfectly, we wouldn't need people and then there would be no spam anyway - vicious circle, eh? So we continue with our session on Firewalls... I am using Windows 2000.
And if you document what you do as you do it, next time, it goes MUCH faster! (or if you have to go back and re-enable things..) Task List Programs http://www.answersthatwork.com/Tasklist_pages/tasklist.htm Q: I have an eversham desktop running windows '98 .I was experiencing slow response times and unable to ... Sometimes new holes are discovered in even the best of these products and patches are released from the company to remedy this problem. Whenever i click a folder instead ...
You can be as careful as you want - will the next person be as careful? Most that are coming here have no idea what dangers are out there OR that there are free alternatives to the pay software they may hve been presented with in the If you have the Windows XP ICF turned on - default configuration - then they cannot see you! Let's hope thats an end to it.
ZoneAlarm (Free and up) http://www.zonelabs.com/store/content/company/products/znalm/freeDownload.jsp Kerio Personal Firewall (KPF) (Free and up) http://www.kerio.com/kpf_download.html Outpost Firewall from Agnitum (Free and up) http://www.agnitum.com/download/ Sygate Personal Firewall (Free and up) http://smb.sygate.com/buy/download_buy.htm Symantec's Norton Personal http://gsdclb.org/trojan-horse/trojan-horse-dialer-28-e.php Symantec (Norton) AntiVirus (~$11 and up) http://www.symantec.com/ Kaspersky Anti-Virus (~$49.95 and up) http://www.kaspersky.com/products.html Panda Antivirus Titanium (~$39.95 and up) http://www.pandasoftware.com/ (Free Online Scanner: http://www.pandasoftware.com/activescan/) AVG 6.0 Anti-Virus System (Free and up) DISABLE (Set to Manual) UNUSED SERVICE/STARTUP APPS --------------------------------------------------- I might get arguments on putting this one here, but it's my spill. Try the first 5 before coming back and saying "That did not work!" Also, you can always visit: http://mvps.org/winhelp2002/unwanted.htm For more updated information.
What version is it?Trojan horse Dialer.17.H Filename: A0048604.dllTrojan horse Dialer.17.E Filename: A0043340.dllTrojan horse Dialer.17.M Filename: A0048593.dllTrojan horse Dialer.17.H Filename: sporder.dllTrojan horse Dialer.17.M Filename: newdotnet6_38.dllTrojan horse Dialer.17.M Filename: newdotnet6_38.dllA quick fix (if Also, maintain it. That's one facet of a secure PC, but firewalls don't do everything. http://gsdclb.org/trojan-horse/trojan-horse-dialer-7-b-got-me-down.php A: There are two likely possibilities.
Possibly - why take the chance? infected Share This Thread Tweet This + 1 this Post To Linkedin Subscribe to this Thread Subscribe to This Thread July 28th, 2004,02:14 AM #1 No Profile Picture A year ago, I would have thought the Windows Messenger service to be pretty safe, now I recommend (with addition of a firewall) that most home users disable it!
As you say, a virus is one. That's one facet of a secure PC, but firewalls don't do everything. Be sure to keep whichever one you choose up to date! Write down the KB###### or Q###### you see when selecting the updates and if you have trouble over the next few days, go into your control panel (Add/Remove Programs), match up
Is one better than the other - MAYBE. I know you probably don't have an integrated microphone or any mic attached but under certain conditions, speakers can have the same effect as a mic. Q: Followup To Question -Can you please help! http://gsdclb.org/trojan-horse/trojan-horse-dialer-17-e-help.php Doing this is simple, the instructions you need to use your built in Windows XP firewall can be found here: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=320855 If you read through that and look through the pages
Scan ... I'm going to try and be general, I will assume a "Windows" operating system is what is being secured here. A: One other thing you might want to try is setting up a specific rule (OE>Tools>Message Rules>Mail) ... Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
A: Your computer is almost certainly infected by the MSBlaster worm. Yeah - this is another one you have to work for, but your computer may speed up and/or be more secure because you took the time. Unknown virus problem8/10/2004Murray S. ANTIVIRUS SOFTWARE ------------------ That's not all.
If a virus infected your computer ... There are a whole SLEW of software packages out there to get rid of this crud and help prevent reinfection. One more suggestion, although I will suggest this in a way later, is to disable your Windows Messenger service. Also, maintain it.
A: Go to the Symantec website and do a search for "Remove Norton antivirus" (without the quotes).. ... My Norton Anti-virus 2000 is no longer ...