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xbLazE

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Recently i found a new startup program using TuneUp Utilities 2009
It is called " olhrwef.exe "
I tried to browse the file location but could not find it
I also used Spyhunter and NOD32 ESET Smart Security to scan for viruses but it is still there

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I suspect this " olhrwef.exe " has disable some of my application internet connection

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I can still sign on to MSN or use internet explorer...
Please help me !
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It is called " olhrwef.exe "

If your spelling is correct you are infected.
Go here: http://www.geekstogo...uide-t2852.html
Follow the guide and if required post the logs asked for in the Malware Forum. If you are declared clean and still have problems, come back here.
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I scanned using Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware and successfully removed the virus

But some of the application still shows that i'm not connected to internet, any ideas?
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Probably, you're still infected. Follow edge2022's advice.
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Probably, you're still infected. Follow edge2022's advice.


You're right!
The olhrwef.exe keeps coming back each time i restart my computer T_T
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Post in the Malware Forum and the techs should get you sorted out. Wish you good luck, and tell us the results after you get cleaned up... we would like to know! :)
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Okay, thanks for all the help
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