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"__winSterHJK v. 2011" infection

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The joke about System32 is that it normally doesn't exist on Windows 98 computers but the malware writers must have hardcoded it as the directory for those files. In windows 2000 and newer that is the directory for the system files.

Probably not so funny for you.. You should have been there. LOL

Your log is clean. That is a reason for joy ;) and happiness :tazz:

And you have started to better protect your system. ;)
Please do have a look at my site about removing and preventing spyware.

The ZA alert is strange.
Can you find C:\Windows\Internet Logs
Rightclick that folder and choose to Rename it to Oldlogs

Close IE and open it again. See if you can access here. (You can also use the link in the notification mail)

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Ok, I don't know the reason, but the site geekstogo works normal again...

Hey thanks you a lot! :) lol

I was like ;) and :tazz: !

Well better protected I am now:

I have now ZoneAlarm, WinPatrol, SpywareBlaster, SpywareGuard, Spybot Search & Destroy, Ad Aware, WinPatrol, BitDefender, Task Manager, Hijack This and Killbox.

Well I hope that's enough.

You mean, maybe it was good that I have windows 98 and not windows 2000 or some [bleep] like that...

What about this "Win32.TrojanDownloader .h", and the other stuff Ad Aware found?
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Good to hear everything is OK again. :tazz:

You can have AdAware quarantaine what it found.
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