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Bob Hatch

It's a nasty malware and keyboard trap program. A friend of mine here in
the Portland area got it on his computer and I've been working on it on
and off for several hours. Once it's on your computer it disables your
browser, disables task manager, disables regedit and starts telling you
you have hundreds of virus's. As a matter of fact it disables all the
above by telling you that they are all infected with a virus and won't
allow them to start. It then continues to interrupt your use and
"demands" that you activate the program.

This is a nasty one, so if you get it it's best to have this information
on hand before the fact, or have another computer where you can get the
information.

http://www.softsailor.com/how-to/32770-how-to-uninstall-remove-antivir-solution-pro-virus-removal-guide.html

The biggest problem is that when I installed Malware Bytes it would not
allow an update to the program, so the latest definitions are not
available. I've had to do almost everything manually, running in Safe Mode.

Here's one site that tells how to get rid of it.
http://www.softsailor.com/how-to/32770-how-to-uninstall-remove-antivir-solution-pro-virus-removal-guide.html

Oh, another thing it does is change its name, so the files might not be
what is listed on the article. Seems like the program sets up a randomly
named directory, then under that a random named directory, then under
that a random named .exe program. It's nasty, so watch your browsing. :)

--
"There are no jobs that Americans
will not do. There are jobs Americans
will not be hired for because an
illegal alien has taken it."

"Illegal Alien = Job Thief"

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relic

Bob Hatch said:
It's a nasty malware and keyboard trap program. A friend of mine here in
the Portland area got it on his computer and I've been working on it on
and off for several hours. Once it's on your computer it disables your
browser, disables task manager, disables regedit and starts telling you
you have hundreds of virus's. As a matter of fact it disables all the
above by telling you that they are all infected with a virus and won't
allow them to start. It then continues to interrupt your use and "demands"
that you activate the program.

This is a nasty one, so if you get it it's best to have this information
on hand before the fact, or have another computer where you can get the
information.

http://www.softsailor.com/how-to/32770-how-to-uninstall-remove-antivir-solution-pro-virus-removal-guide.html

The biggest problem is that when I installed Malware Bytes it would not
allow an update to the program, so the latest definitions are not
available. I've had to do almost everything manually, running in Safe
Mode.

Here's one site that tells how to get rid of it.
http://www.softsailor.com/how-to/32770-how-to-uninstall-remove-antivir-solution-pro-virus-removal-guide.html

Oh, another thing it does is change its name, so the files might not be
what is listed on the article. Seems like the program sets up a randomly
named directory, then under that a random named directory, then under that
a random named .exe program. It's nasty, so watch your browsing. :)
The free version of SuperAntiSpyware has always handled it in the past.
 
B

Boscoe

Tell your friend if he or she is going to surf like that to use Linux.

Or like Linux, use Win 98, because no-one uses this one much, either.
 
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