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IE Trojan/Spyware/Hijack[RESOLVED]


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Ok,
Whenever I open IE(6.0) my startup/home page is SearchForIt, or something of the like. This is after I installed some software package... I got rid of alot of stuff by using Spybot S&D, Ad-Aware and AVG, including editing the registry (removing all entries pertaining to SE.dll and DW.exe also IE Home Page Settings) but an error message keeps popping up when I open IE that says "Cannot open C:\Windows\TEMP\Se.dll Access is Denied". And my startup page is back to Searchit. I am using the Resident from S&D, and AVG and its not helping. Please help!

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Hi, Ellimist32

You will need to download Hijack-This and put it in it's own folder (in order for it to create backups).
Please run a scan with Hijack-This and post the results.

Download Hijack - This
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No more help needed thx. My HDD was dieing so i bought a new one...just wont dl that again lolz ;) THX ANYWAY!

Ellimist :tazz:
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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :tazz:

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