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dan1987

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i googled a file that came up in my HJT and i was sent to iamnotageek.com with the file that was needed. it also gave me an option to have my HJT log anaylsed. since i have never used it before i was wondering if anyone has. i seem to only trust this web-site for my computer needs. it seems to be a very quik way to have HJT logs analysed if it is accurate then it would be great to know! thankyou
here is the website where you just paste your HJT: http://hjt.iamnotageek.com/

Edited by dan1987, 29 May 2005 - 11:03 PM.

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as with any of those online scanners, they may inadvertantly tell you to remove a file that is legit. My personal feeling is have a qualified person who knows how to read Hijack This logs, help you. some of those online log readers can tell you a file is a bad file and the next thing you know your computer wont' start properly.
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Automated HJT scanners suffer from the same problems as automated removal tools. There are too many randomly named infections, they can't identify any new ones, and some infections require specialized tools to remove. As you continue your training in GeekU you'll discover there isn't currently any alternative to a trained eye.
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