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Spyware.IEMonster.b - need help [CLOSED]


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progamer92

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Hey Guys...
i have a little problem:

There are 3 Links on my desktop..., i delete them and in about 3 minutes they are there again...

Uncensored porn
BDSM galleries
CP illegal content

Also there appears every 10 minutes a popup:

WINDOWS ALERT:Critical Systems Warning!
Your system is probably infected with version of Spyware.IEMonster.b Spyware.IEMonster.b is spyware that attempts to steal passwords from Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox Outlook and other programs, including logings and passwords from online baking sessions,EBay, PayPal. It may also create special tracking files to log your activity and compromise your Internet privacy. Spyware.IEMonster then sends stolen passwords and other sensitive information to a php script at a pre specified website where stolen details are logged Click here to protect your computer
(recommended) ok or cancel.

I post a dss-scan later...
thanks for helping me
max

p.s.: sorry for my bad english..., im german ^^
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fenzodahl512

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Hello progamer92, my name is fenzodahl512 and welcome to Geekstogo..

Please have a read at this topic and do all the preliminary steps given.

If you are using Windows Vista, or if you are using XP and already have Service Pack 1a or later, please ignore Step Three: Windows Updates and continue with Step Four: Reboot - Test

It should handle about 70% of your malware problem.. Should the problem still exist, please post a fresh HijackThis log here as shown in the Step Five: Posting a Hijack This Log.. Thank you :)

Regards
fenzodahl512
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fenzodahl512

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Due to lack of feedback, this topic has been closed.

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