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unable to open Checkpoint VPN - "Ordinal 1109 could not be located


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atlsall

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Starting today (01/29) morning my work computer has been showing

1. only on start up the message window from TimbuktuPro that TCP/IP connection cannot be established with some possible reasons. other times when i manually run the application thers is no error message.

2. Whenever i try to start the checkpoint VPN the following message pops up. "The ordinal 1109 could not be located in the dynamic link library WSOCK32.dll". also when i try to right click on the VPN link and run a Mcafee virus scan the same message pops up.

updated and ran malwarebytes and superspyware one after the other on the machine. MBAM found 2 registry entries
Hijack.Shell and Hijack.Shell.gen. superspyware found a trojan in a directory on the desktop which i deleted as i did not need the files anyway. despite these steps the same error showed up.

did a system restore to Thursday when the system was not infected. did not help. which is where i am now.

been able to browse and open Word and other applications. there is an IE window running Internet payday ads which cannot be closed.

Any help is appreciated.

edit: deleted log file...

combofix fixed it..

Edited by atlsall, 30 January 2012 - 06:37 PM.

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