Re: Exploit crackz.ws 1
- From: "What's in a Name?" <maxpro4@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 05 Sep 2005 23:21:55 GMT
Morgan Ohlson <morgan.ohlson@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in
> On Sun, 04 Sep 2005 21:08:03 GMT, Morgan Ohlson wrote:
>> Bazooka says Exploit crackz.ws 1 is in my pc... and likely it
>> is... somthing is still ghosting around.
>> But, non of the files or keys Kephyr mentions exist according
>> to the
>> description. Are there any more usefull info on this Exploit ???
> After normal HDD cleaning /removal (system maintenance /disc clean
> /file management) it looks like the Exploit.crackz virus
> (malware?) was deleted.
> I used the following: CrapCleaner (ccleaner), Sweepi (wizard
> mode) and G-Lock Temp Cleaner. Never used any of them before, but
> they felt okay and was understandable!!!
> Earlier I havn't understould the meaning of cleaning... perhaps,
> hopingly that now took care of the last ghost in machine.
> Note BitDefender (run again this afternoon) found aprox. 35
> suspected files wich was deleted but didn't identify any "main
> virus" (mother alien). BD suspected the files for being
> Exploit...... The virus must have been the same, but BD used
> another name, that was hardly recognisable as the same.
> Bazooka cant find the virus now so it was deleted during manually
> cleaning, I hope.
> Morgan O.
I have some questions about your online habits. You need to learn how
to protect yourself. What do you use as your main browser and e-mail
client? I see you use 40tude for newsgroups. Do you use any real-time
scanners/monitors? If so which ones? What is your main Anti-Virus
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