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A Variety of Infections (Aurora, 180Solutions, etc [CLOSED]


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michaelzhao

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I caught a horrible spyware infection. I recently lent my computer for use at a LAN party. One of my friends brought his little cousin who was visiting. He needed a computer, so I lent him my extra laptop.

Turns out, I caught a HORRIBLE infection of spyware. I've used Spybot- S&D, Adaware, CWShredder, TrojanHunter, and Ewido security suite. Updated all the software. I'm running the software in safe mode. The software will remove the spyware. But I suspect there is a autoinstaller as all the spyware keep coming back.

I suspect the root of this problem is Aurora ABI. However, is any one willing to help me?

If you would, I'll post my Hijack this log.

Any help is appreciated.

PS. This problem is really big. I don't think you could tackle this problem if you are not an expert Hijack this reader.
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greyknight17

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Welcome to GTG.

Please read this topic and follow the steps outlined there. Post your HijackThis log when you are ready.
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Due to lack of feedback, this topic has been closed.

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