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Storage Protector and ddcca.dll etc.


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darko.wbx

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Comments removed. We do not allow anyone to give malware removal advice on this site, unless they are a full staff member. You are advocating not using anti-virus protection, which is not a very good idea. In this day and age, you MUST use them.

Edited by Kat, 24 March 2008 - 05:05 PM.

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Whoopie for you! Ever wonder why you got infected? Could it be because you don't use "all this bs malware programs or anti virus"?

Oh, one other thing. It' unlikely that you removed all the malware that is on your system but then you don't care about that either.
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May I ask how you knew you were infected ? Without using any malware tools or AV's.

You may be knowledgeable about what you are doing. But and this is the crippler any error in the process that you did, and it would be reformat time. With the consequential loss of all data.

I assume you also removed the associated keyloggers that were stealing your personal information ? Plus the other programmes stealing your bandwidth, oh and are you a zombie machine sending out spam to all and sundry ?

That was a very glib solution to what could be a deep rooted infection - was it Vundo - mellisa or a worm as several malware now use similar infection vectors
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