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msmb32.dll and so... HELP!


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jotajota

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Hello.

I have never been so compromised like now, so I don't really know what I must do. I have a XP OS, without SPs, and with Norton Antivirus 2005 updated. I have got as well the Winpatrol running, and the Adaware. Until now I had not had hard problems. I could stop pop-ups, trials of changing my initial page in my browser (IE 6.0), and that kind of things.

But I have found several problems in these past days with what I thought was a simple spyware, but I cannot get rid of it. I guess, through other threads I have senn, that I should post a log to help you understand what I have. I have tried to run the log in the Norton but it cannot run, with a message that says so. What I must to do to give more information?

By the moment, I can post the name of several applications that have been detected by the Winpatrol, but it has not been able to remove them, neither de Norton, so I have been manually deleting them, with the effect of new applications appearing a moment after.

These are:

addse
apimb32
apisy
cray32
crfo
cruo32
iedg32
ipgb32
javanr32
mfcrz
mfcwp32
msdf32
netjx

Moreover, I have found an IE Helper, msmb32.dll, suspicious that may mean something for somebody expert in this matter.

I would thank very much a first guide to start to solve this problem.

Thanks in advance! :tazz:
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Check
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and make sure to start a new thread where and when it tells you.

-SkyHi

Edited by SkyHi, 14 June 2005 - 06:08 PM.

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