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#1 Beasley



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Posted 10 June 2004 - 04:50 PM

Just a thought about a way to reduce the load on the dedicated people who run this shop - Is there a list anywhere of common things to look for in a Hijack-This log? I had an infestation of aBetterInternet a while back, and I saved the annotated HJT log with my problems. This was helpful in cleaning up a second machine, but now I've found some new entries. I've got the signatures of things like PurityScan and what to do about it, so now I can handle a few of these myself, but how about all the others?

Another thing that would be good to have is a similar list of things that we don't want to touch - like the internal Windows and IE stuff. To me, anything that starts with "win" or "sys" should be left alone, but I suppose that is precisely why the Spyware Axis of Evil uses names like this for its files.

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Posted 10 June 2004 - 05:03 PM

Why not join the Boot Camp, and learn as much as you want about how to fix these problems? See http://www.spywarein...owtopic=34&st=0, for how to sign up.
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