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oneclicksearches malware


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glw1157

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Please, I need help removing this malware. I can't get rid of it no matter what I do. When I go into the internet, it sends me to oneclicksearches.com I hate this. I can't even view checks online because it stops me and redirects me. Please help. My log file is below:

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Interesting. I've looked at your log file and it shows that no new critical objects has been found on your scan. How is it possible to have the malware, if it doesn't show on the logfile? :tazz:

Generally I would love to help. Please respond back with some more detailed information. Include how your PC is behaving, errors etc.

Thanks,
LW
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If you've run Ad Aware and spybot, downloaded Hijack This and SpyBlaster, there should be no problem removing the file. This is a typical spyware/adware file, which should be detected by a good AS program like Ad Aware.

Edit e-mail address removed

Edited by don77, 05 July 2005 - 04:51 PM.

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ViruskillersM, you are incorrect in saying that the logfile is clean.
Guess what, it is not clean.
Also, as you aren't a member of a staff/or authorized person to help people with malware problems any way, then I'd ask you to not to post people's threads.
Here's a link if you'd want to join to the Geek University of this forum, it is a required step to be in a HJT staff when you'd be authorized to post help.
Sign in GeekU;
http://www.geekstogo...here-t4817.html



For the author of this topic, please wait for an Ad-aware Expert/other staff for further instructions.
Btw, Ad-aware Experts do want to see a logfile from Ad-aware's "Full System Scan", not from Custom mode.

- Rawe :tazz:

Edited by don77, 05 July 2005 - 05:16 PM.

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Interesting. I've looked at your log file and it shows that no new critical objects has been found on your scan. How is it possible to have the malware, if it doesn't show on the logfile?


Rawe is correct his log file is NOT clean. In fact there is a trojan running on glw1157 system that needs to taken care of, Ad-aware is not identifying it but in reading the log file it is there,


In fact glw1157 would you mind following the steps outlined in this Topic

Please post an HJT log file in the Malware forum, please shoot me a pm to let me know you have posted it ( PMing a staff member is not typical but I want to make sure you get sqaured away and seeing that you have already started a topic, I would normally just move this topic to the malware forum but I think it is best for you to start a new ) and we will go from there.


Rawe, I split off JLang43 post and moved it to the malware forum, I edited your reply as well so it doesn't look like your talking to yourself :tazz:


VirusKillersM, If you are interested in helping in the forums seek the advise of Rawe and visit the link he provided,
BTW, I removed your e-mail address from your reply, It is likely you will get mail alright, But posting your e-mail in any open forum is a bad idea have to watch those spam bots..

Thanks
Don
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