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mediaAccK.exe & mediaAccess.exe (ive searched)


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For the past couple of days my AGV has randomly been popping up with virus', and I finally just got around to trying to fix the problem. First I started with adaware - found 100 or so and deleted all that I could, but there were 10 or so that it said it could not delete.. mostly all had the word mediaaccess or mediaacck in it. Then I ran AGV scan and trend micro-- the trend micro one just randomly stopped in the middle of scanning (three times) and the AGV found nothing. When I press cntrl + alt + delete -- mediaAccK.exe and mediaAccess.exe are running and I can't end process.. they just keep coming back. So I did a search and found that people say to run hijackthis.. which I did, but the files didn't show up after scanning.

There's also been a noticeable slow down on my computer performance.

Any help?
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Welcome!

If you need help, post Ad-aware SE scanlog from "Full system scan".

Note; perform Webupdate- feature always before scanning your system, that way you are always up-to-date. At the moment SE1R42 28.04.2005 - definition file is the latest one.

Ad-Aware comes preconfigured with default options, so we need you to make one change. Deselect "Search for negligible risk entries"- setting, because mru-list's aren't considered as a threat. You can change this setting when selecting your scan type. Also, delete all tracking cookies just before scanning, they aren't a threat and just take space in your posts.

Select "Perform full system scan" and click next. When the scan has finished, click "Show logfile".

Then, copy & paste the complete scanlog here using Add Reply- feature. Don't quarantine or remove anything at this time, just post a complete logfile. This may take 2-3 posts to get it all here. You'll know when you are at the end when you see "Summary of this scan" information has posted.

When you have posted complete logfile from "Full system scan", we will tell you what to do.

Good day!

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**UPDATE and log file***

I ran hijackthis again and found mediaAccK.exe and fixed it, but then ran s&d and it found 2 files with mediaAccess in it that it couldn't delete. Also in my taskmanager there's like 5-10 svchosts for some reason. Also, I have latest updates for everything.

Here's my adaware log file-----

Logfile removed: Incorrect Logfile type posted

Edited by Andy_veal, 09 May 2005 - 05:08 PM.

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Hah, I just did the most obvious thing.. simply went to program files and found the mediaaccess file with mediaaccess.dll and deleted it-- now it's gone from my task manager, but there's still like 5 svchosts.
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Hello again.
Do this;
*Run a rescan with Ad-aware SE ("Full system scan")
*Post the log here.

I want to see a logfile from "Full system scan", then I can help you to get your machine cleaned up.
There is a few objects which need a attention. ;)

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