I'll be an "one post member"...i've been searching for "jestertb.dll" on the internet and I saw this blue page which looks fine.I found the same sh**ty files on my hdd.edit:Don't worry I don't think they're malware or abusing programs.
First of all try to update your anti-virus.I never used mcaffee but my AVG turns grey when it needs to be updated or it could be deflected by any other 3rd party program you can try to reinstall and try to scan your computer again but I dont recommend it.If somebody cracked your program they can crush it down again.
I'm scanning my computer with AVG now i hope it will find something real bad so i can shred or remove them.
AVG is always good and balanced and do not cost much effort for your machine at all.I just install "Kaspersky Internet Security 2006 188.8.131.521 Beta" when situation calls for it.http://www.softpedia...-Security.shtml
get this address and click the big red "Download" button.ok?
Kaspersky have a stealth mode and anti-hacker but just check the "Self-Protection" when installing or it could slow down your computer.and it's not uncrackable at all if you're infected kaspersky will be cracked in 2 days after you install -tried-.
get tune-up on the official site:http://www.tune-up.com/
get and buy.It's HIGHLY recommended and saves you often more than other anti-viruses.Download it now it have 30 days trial free.edit:it have a junk®istry cleaner and a registry defragger too...
And a control centerhttp://www.lavalys.com/
This program is hard to use but mostly effective for taking your computer's control back.
After all Ad-aware and Spybot S&D are great programs.
These programs will save your computer's hdd.especially you'll love the shredder of tune-up 2006
If they're not enough?
Well let's see...
Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete at the same time and call the processions windows(sorry im using windows at another language(Turkish) ill try to help as i can and tried to translate them please read and take me serious.) take a look at the processes list and search them at google, -just search suspicious names.it could take 1 or 1 and a half hour.If you found it -edit:firstly try to close them from this window- Start>Run...(this "speedy" windows picture) then type:"msconfig" now Config windows will be opened on your desktop click the "start" or "beginning" subtitle(the last one) did you see the malware name?disable it then click on "apply".if you want to sure search these names too on google search engine(trust one name while searching this malware types it's:"Symantec Software").edit:then right click "my computer" and shut down system restore(beware it could mess if system gives a fatal error!!my opinion dont leave your computer at this status until you get DF.dont have DF or you think you can't use it?dont do that it could be very risky.) restart normal mode and scan.
Now restart and run your computer at the safe mode and now run Spybot S&D,Tune-up,AVG or Kaspersky it will be protect your computer most of times.edit:And you can shred this files with tune-up for sure if you know the location.
edit:I know I forgot something I forgot to mention the "Regedit" on the Start>Run... again write "regedit" now click the "File..." section you can load or save your registry entries from here if you really messed up but please do that after a clean format create a directory then name these files by the date like "140505" last recorded registry entry save after last format if you really messed up and afraid of lose everything just backup like this every program install repeat this thing.so registries are stay safely.and install Spybot S&D from:http://www.spychecke...re/antispy.html
it have a fire wall too(named Tea-Timer) like kaspersky but 2 firewalls are too much disable one if you want both program.and you can download Ad-Aware from there it has been listed.
and most viruses sectioned in "Temporary Internet Files" and "Temp" folder and as a third choice "C:\WINDOWS\SoftwareDistrubution\EventCache" take a look at it edit:im using XP professional.sometimes there are *.tmp files which is a malware.remove all .tmp files from there.
Now the important rule:Get 1 anti-virus on your machine at the same time if you installed 2 or more disable them from the msconfig>beginning (or start).edit:they will slow down your computer norton especially acts like you're under a heavy trojan attack...
Second important rule:download a "Deepfreeze" AFTER a format learn how to use it.ask on a net cafe most great net cafes using that program.edit: http://www.inndir.co...am.php?id=20847
there you go but please SCAN THE SETUP FILE BEFORE INSTALL PROCESS.it have 60 days trial...
If you cant use deepfreeze never try to install it so you can get a 2nd format for uninstall it.edit:if you cant "thaw" deep freeze you cant make any changes on hdd.All computer will restore as you push reset button.edit:press the ctrl+alt+shift+F6 buttons for calling the thaw menu so that's why i want to ask someone.and use basic pass or do not use it.
Third important rule:if you have SP 2 you must met your connection dialer to the firewall.i have no more english to told you that i dont want to be fun...do it from the "windows security" thing.
OK?I hope this all helped and I have bad grammar I know...
Not to see you again...edit:It's done by now...some fixes...i hope you liked it DT and danielle...
Edited by karakoncolos, 14 June 2006 - 07:48 AM.