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t_huss

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Hello,
I recently was hijacked about a month ago, had some people help me and got it all taken care of .. But, now I am having a couple of problems with my comp & I wanted to ask a specific question about something and thought maybe you guys could help.
I go into my 'C:\WINDOWS\Downloaded Program Files' folder and there is a process called " Mbayactx Control" , when I click on teh properties it says "damaged" in Status: , in 'Description:, Company:,Language:, and Copyright:, it all says 'Unknown'. Is there something to this ?? Or am I just being paranoid? Also there is another one that is just simply code- {D702FBF4-EE60-11D0-BD5B-00A0C91F4635} and it says "Damaged" also. There are exactly 11 others in this folder but none of them say "Damaged". I'm thinking this may be where my problems are coming from..am I wrong?

If I'm not, can someone explain how to get rid of them as I think they are running processes.

If I am wrong, just tell me..lol..thanks in advance..

Thanks.
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g2i2r4

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ActiveX objects are programs that are downloaded from web sites and are stored on your computer. These objects are stored in C:\windows\Downloaded Program Files.

By deleting most ActiveX objects from your computer, you will not have a problem as you can download them again. Be aware that there are some company applications that do use ActiveX objects so be careful.

Looking at the items you mention, I recommend you to read the advices given here. When you are done, please post a HijackThis log in this topic. We will then be able to help you.
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There has been no response to this topic in 20 days. It is now closed. If you still need help with your system please start a new topic.
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