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  • Submitted: Jul 12 2009 01:08 PM
  • Last Updated: Sep 21 2011 10:53 PM
  • File Size: 4.03MB
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Download Combofix by sUBs

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Combofix is a malware removal tool created by sUBs.

Need help with Combofix? Free, expert help is available in our malware removal forum.

Ensure you have disabled all anti-virus and anti-malware programs so they do not interfere with the running of ComboFix. Please, don't run Combofix unless under supervision of someone that knows how to use it.

Downloaded Combofix 3 times but it would not run or install. I am using Vista Home Premium. Thank You. Dave :angry:
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When asked to save file you need to change it from combofix to another name. Some viruses recognize it by name and block it.
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Worked very good for me.. Took me 3 days and this fixed it in one step. Couldn't get my burner to show its drive.. I had a root virus fixed it with the quickness... Thank you for everything
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Combofix worked really well. I had the Vundo virus and McAfee and Malwarebytes didn't clean it out. After I ran Combofix my computer was working again, so I ran the McAfee and Malwarebytes and was able to get rid of Vundo. I think it'll work on Artemis virus as well.
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I used combofix and it took off a couple of viruses that my anti virus couldn't find. I was a bit concerned that combo fix was a joke; but it wasn't. Combo fix also got rid of a virus that was running in the background enabling me to defrag my computer. My O.S. is Windows xp home and I am running AVG free that works great.
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I used Pandavirus, AVG, Spybot, Adaware, Registry Cleaner, and a few others.......none were able to rid my Windows XP from the Google redirect worm, or virus or whatever the [bleep] it was. Combofix wiped it out!!...now this old dog is running at least 2X faster than before...faster than it was running even before I contracted the Google virus......and the thing is free....what's the problem with these payfor programs?? What am I missing here
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I had the Google redirect virus - various symptoms but mainly this one: I would search for "poker online" (both in IE and in Firefox, and using either Google or Bing); the searchpage would appear, I would click on ANY result and then the words "you are being redirected" would flash for 2 seconds and some random poker website's come-on page would appear. This redirect virus is very sneaky and forceful and I found no solution until I tried Combofix. It seemed like strong medecine but I was desperate. Guess what, IT WORKED, and all problems are gone (and have stayed gone for over 14 days now. My massive thanks to the guy who wrote Combofix, I also liked your notes during the running of the program, THANK YOU.
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This tool is awesome ! I had a nasty virus and this took care of it in less than an hour. I also had to rename the file to get it to run, changed to Adware.exe :angry: (Vista OS)Thanks for the help.
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Downloaded Combofix 3 times but it would not run or install. I am using Vista Home Premium. Thank You. Dave :angry:

You must be running 64-bit Vista. Combo Fix is not equipped to work with 64-bit.
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I would like to download combofix but I can't figure out how to disable AVG,CCleaner and Malwarebytes. Also, do I need to disable Hijackthis?
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