Virus Problem

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  1. pratimaorama

    pratimaorama New Member

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    i am having a strange problem with the virus thingy . my computer always detects this brontok virus anybody got any idea and whats this new yahoo messger url virus . :confused: its always attacking my homepage :mad: and each time i want to go to a certain page it takes me to their page :twisted: anyway :cry: anybody got any idea how to deal with this problem then please feel free to share thanks :p
     
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    ~Phenom~ The No.1 Stupid

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    about brontok virus , use nod32 AV , it will successfully deletes all infected files.
    Better use linux and get rid of all viruses.
     
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    ya buy nod32 or use freeware AVG AV & also ANTISPYWARE to scan ur pc with it. Both r cool :)
     
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    Use AVAST (anti virus and firewall) 100% effective :)
     
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    multiple problems, perhaps ! :???:

    disable ur av. clean up ur pc with 'ccleaner'.

    download 'Brontok Remover/Washer' from http://www.softpedia.com/get/Antivirus/Brontok-Washer.shtml
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    http://wirusy.antivirenkit.pl/en/szczepionki/Brontok.html
    and use it.

    maybe ur hosts file has also been hijacked. i also suggest additionally, that u download an 'ideal' hosts file from
    http://www.mvps.org/winhelp2002/hosts.htm
    unzip it and replace ur host file situated in ur C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\ETC folder, with this one. then make it 'read-only'. this way u will get an additional layer of protection against malware.;)
     
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    thanx anandk , nice info.
     
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