So I need the help of OT... v. trojan

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  1. BAC_311

    BAC_311 New Member

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    I think I have a trojan, I keep getting popups in the form of a brand new firefox window with a web address of sagispul.com or something like that... I googled it and I see someone has the same problem.

    http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic190475.html



    the facts are that...

    A. my windows firewall has disabled itself
    B. Symantec Antivirus is not able to be opened without the windows installer screen coming up, so basically it is useless.
    C. and I keep getting random popups to this web address...

    WTF. halp!
     
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    BAC_311 New Member

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    this is the link in the pop up

    http: //sagipsul.com/go/?cmp=vm_mg_juan&uid=50724C0ED71811DDA04B166350CFFFFF&lid=935&url=clients1.google.com%2Fcomplete%2Fsearch%3Fhl%3Den%26gl%3Dus%26q%3Dwi&guid=A59D8810D8B54A69AAA6961F269687CF&affid=166350&rid=zdez&cl=superjuan

    i put a space in between the : and the //'s so it's not a clickable link
     
  3. DAN513

    DAN513 OT Supporter

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    dump norton and get AVG from free.avg.com
    Also, get the antimalware scanner from www.malwarebytes.org
    Get and install CCleaner from www.ccleaner.com
    Run CCleaner to clean out all the temp files on your system (it will save you a ton of time when scanning). Disable system restore.
    Reboot into safemode and run both avg and antimalware scanner. Remove whatever they find.
     
  4. CorpseStreet

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    I've done all of this and I still have the virus on my computer.
     
  5. retorq

    retorq What up bitch??

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    I had to boot form a CD to get rid of the vundo files ... it was discussed here today. You can't boot into safe mode cause of where the file is loading from in the registry, it gets processed even in safe mode ...

    I've gotten that NAV thing before where it loaded setup when ever I right clicked anything ... sounds a lil different but mine wasn't form a virus. Mine was software related ...
     
  6. trouphaz

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    lol, why would you purposefully break the link to the image? just makes it a pain in the ass to anyone who might try to help you.

    format and reinstall. i wouldn't even bother trying to clean a virus off of a system anymore because it is just a nightmare after the fact. back up whatever files you may want to keep somewhere, then make sure you get a good virus scan program BEFORE you try to even look at any of those files.
     
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    :o fdisk.....seriously, that's by far the best, fastest and safest way to go.
     
  8. BAC_311

    BAC_311 New Member

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    more like FFFFFFUUUUUUUUUUU disk.


    i ran malwarebytes quick scan, then updated, and restarted, ran a full scan, than a quick scan, and that seemed to wipe everything...finally... as mentioned in this forum.

    http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic180737.html
     
  9. Hate Crime

    Hate Crime Don't Hate OT Supporter

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    Is your windows firewall running? Are you running XP?
     

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