worm/spybot

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by J C Ames, Aug 13, 2003.

  1. J C Ames

    J C Ames Guest

    Running xp pro
    Any way to get rid of this ?
    Have run avg,the cleaner &spybot s&d but nothing will remove it (It's in the
    C:\systm32 folder) Have searched google & found a few references but no way
    to make it gone,
    Any help is appreciated
     
    J C Ames, Aug 13, 2003
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  2. J C Ames

    Jj Guest

    "J C Ames" <> wrote in news:3f395bb2_1@newsfeed:

    > Running xp pro
    > Any way to get rid of this ?
    > Have run avg,the cleaner &spybot s&d but nothing will remove it (It's
    > in the C:\systm32 folder) Have searched google & found a few
    > references but no way to make it gone,
    > Any help is appreciated
    >


    what is the worm?
     
    Jj, Aug 13, 2003
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    °Mike° Guest

    °Mike°, Aug 14, 2003
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    zeb Guest

    "J C Ames" <> wrote in news:3f395bb2_1@newsfeed:

    > Running xp pro
    > Any way to get rid of this ?
    > Have run avg,the cleaner &spybot s&d but nothing will remove it (It's
    > in the C:\systm32 folder) Have searched google & found a few
    > references but no way to make it gone,
    > Any help is appreciated
    >
    >


    do you have AdAware and Spybot Search & Destroy installed on your machine

    You have AdAware installed.
    If you have the AdAware option to scan inside archives enabled, AdAware may find files in the Spybot-S&D folder. Spybot-S&D does not
    contain any spyware, but it creates backups of everything you fix (until you remove those backups from the Recovery list), and AdAware
    complains about these backups. You can safely ignore these backups found by AdAware

    --
    Zeb
    the dyslexic milkman


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    zeb, Aug 15, 2003
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