I've blocked all Geekstogo.com users from accessing my site. This is because, the admin has refuse to sort out the problem or co-operate with me. Well... geekstogo could have been a little nicer towards me, I may join the team to help the others with the removal.
Let me clarify some things here. First, there is no problem to sort out. That link goes to a forum to which you do not have access. There's really no need to cooperate with you.
To be honest with you, these malware removal was tested by me and I've used it to remove the main infection.
These CFScript was created by me and they are use to remove these infection.
Well, that's no endorsement. Based on what you have, I wouldn't say that you know much about CFScripts. Can you tell me what the Collect:: and DirLook:: commands do, and how they'll help a user following these instructions?
I have a BA degree in computing. But, I am not going any further, in details. Its against my privacy.
Anyway, I've also looked in my records that I've fixed and repair many computers in 2003 -2009.
I have a BA in "computing" as well, and a Master's Degree, and spent 8 years as a programmer. I'm unaware of any college program that teaches malware removal or includes detailed training on Combofix as part of its curriculum.
BUT, it's the users / reader' choices. You cannot control them. They will decide what is best for their computer. Therefore, you cannot control anyone.
Unfortunately, you're right - we can't control them. That's why we hate to see poor and potentially dangerous advice - will you take responsibility if someone follows your advice and can't use their computer anymore after that?
Its because, I am busy.
I don't have time for the spelling and grammar and I am busy with my blog. I can only control 3 monitors in one session. So, does that clarify your issues?
Wow, that's the poorest excuse I've ever heard. Blogs are written communication - I would think you would care about your grammar and spelling, as that's the way you're presenting yourself to the world. Poor grammar and spelling will lead many people to dismiss what you're writing as being not worthy of attention. Also, if you're going to be offering malware removal advice, then I would think grammar and spelling would be even more critical - a misspelled word could lead to the wrong files/folders being deleted, and poor grammar could cause your instructions to be followed incorrectly. Don't you think that's worth paying attention to?
I believe your intentions are good. All I'm trying to make you understand is that you're using a very powerful tool in Combofix, and creating general scripts like that to remove infections is very dangerous. You may have seen malware experts peform similar functions, but their instructions are based on analysis of OTL and Combofix logs, and tailored to that individual infection and PC.