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Remove Policies Set By Infections
« on: June 04, 2015, 02:48:55 pm »
as i read here blow

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Remove Policies Set By Infections:

This will remove the policies that most infections set. Such as disabling the task manager, Windows Defender, Microsoft Security Essentials, hiding the desktop, hijacking any exe that is run and many more.

But I'm wondering if you've forgotten to mention something about the "disabling registry access by virus " a lot of malware will blocked us from registry access ! if you don’t yet have added this to repair or remove a "registry access by virus" so are you going to add more Policies Set By Infections ?  :smiley: and what about Multiple task manager virus ? Is your program will target such things in the future? If yes, then, it will be a brilliant idea! Your software will do the following like this!

1- Killing the knows virus process in Task Manager!
2- The program will be looking for virus on the hard drive path and should be like this in the video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HF3DcptRwuU
3- After virus found, the program will start the cleaning process and then will have to restart the system With a temporary internet! cut off ! after windows booted again the internet! will back once again and then the program will do the rest of repairs
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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #1 on: June 04, 2015, 03:10:30 pm »
You are only suppose to use the windows repairs AFTER you have cleaned the system of infections, so something blocking the registry shouldn't be a problem :wink:

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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #2 on: June 04, 2015, 03:24:12 pm »
You are only suppose to use the windows repairs AFTER you have cleaned the system of infections, so something blocking the registry shouldn't be a problem :wink:

Shane

thank but all Security software are unable to catch such infections and I am very worried! So do you ever heard about the virus, which can not be remove by any way ?  :wink:

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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #3 on: June 04, 2015, 03:26:56 pm »
I always do all my scans, repairs and cleanup in windows safe mode. Most viruses dont run in safe mode, only seen a few run in safe mode as well. I am able to clean and repair things a lot better in safe mode since I dont have 3rd party programs getting in the way.

But I dont know what virus you are talking about so I cant really give any answer on how to clean it, dont have enough info :wink:

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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #4 on: June 04, 2015, 04:20:30 pm »
great advice ! :smiley: and i got this message on my hotmail so i will Quote it

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Media warns: Secret services can secretly spy on data from your hard drive!

Since yesterday alarming news spreads on the Internet - Antivirus specialist Kaspersky found a new virus that can hide on hard disks of approximately a dozen of HDD manufacturers and cannot be removed even by formatting and reinstalling of the operating system. The virus is part of a special attack package that also contains keyloggers that can read the complete keyboard input of the user to get full access to passwords, account data and everything else. The virus was created by the hacker organisation Equation Group, which is known to be close with the NSA.

What can I do now?
The virus was created to selectively attack specific persons, so danger for individual people is limited. Still, experts recommend to protect yourself. For this you can use software like Abelssoft Antilogger, which identifies keyloggers and similar malware and can disable it with a single mouse click.
In light of these events we offer you AntiLogger this week and only once for 8,90€ instead of the usual price of 19,90€. It?s to your interest not only to protect yourself with this offer, but also keep your Windows and virus software updated at all times

>Protect your PC from keyloggers now<


Best greetings,

Yours Dr. Sven Abels

other http://www.popsci.com/most-sophisticated-malware-ever-can-infect-hard-drive-firmware

And I am suffering from multiple Chrome.exe *32 virus 
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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #5 on: June 05, 2015, 11:33:02 am »
What tools have you used to scan the system? Malwarebytes, adwcleaner, combofix?

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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #6 on: June 05, 2015, 03:11:42 pm »
What tools have you used to scan the system? Malwarebytes, adwcleaner, combofix?

Shane

here you go !  :smiley: and look at my avz log file ! that show my a lot of a memory thing and i can’t figure out what they report !

1- Malwarebytes Anti-Malware
2- SUPERAntiSpyware Free Edition
3- Panda Cloud Cleaner
4- Removal Tool
5- Spy Emergency
6- eset online scanner
7- Dr.Web CureIt!
8- emsi emergency kit
9- HousecallLauncher
10- KVRT
11- mwav
12- NPE
13- raptor
14- RogueKiller
15- VipreRescueScanner
16- THREAT_CLEAN_32
17- attk_far_gui_x86
18- CCE
19- combofix
20- F-SecureOnlineScanner
21- ZillyaScanner_en
22- Zemana.AntiMalware.Portable
23- msert
24- Malicious Software Removal Tool
25- securehunter http://www.securehunter.com/
26- hitman pro

Additions malware/adware tools

1- tdsskiller
2- software_removal_tool
3- sc-cleaner
4- runscanner
5- RootkitBusterV5.0-1180
6- rkill
7- ListCWall
8- JRT
9- HijackThis
10- herdProtectScan_Setup
11- fixall_1.8
12- adwcleaner_4.206
13- AVZ Antiviral Toolkit
14- mbar-1.09.1.1004


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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #7 on: June 05, 2015, 03:32:55 pm »
website for 4- Removal Tool http://9-lab.com/

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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #8 on: June 08, 2015, 08:03:11 pm »
You know over the last couple of years that I have helped you on this forum you have got to get infected more than anyone else I know. What the crap are you doing to get yourself infected so much? lol

You should think about using vmware with windows in it to test and play with what it is your downloading before using it on your main system. That way you just restore the vmware image from a backup and you are still good to go :-)

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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #9 on: June 09, 2015, 04:59:07 am »
You know over the last couple of years that I have helped you on this forum you have got to get infected more than anyone else I know. What the crap are you doing to get yourself infected so much? lol
Shane

This is because I do not have any anti-virus installed on my system during those years! And of course you know that the new anti-virus software are using a lot of memory so I decided not to install one!  :smiley:
I play online games and antivirus slow down the page load too much.! So simply got rid of Kaspersky and other software!  :wink:

You should think about using vmware with windows in it to test and play with what it is your downloading before using it on your main system. That way you just restore the vmware image from a backup and you are still good to go :-)

Shane

i will try this but i need the link for  : )
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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #10 on: June 09, 2015, 10:28:04 am »
You may want to look at something like Sandboxie, basically "What happens in the sandbox stays in the sandbox" and does n't touch your system. It does take a bit of learning, but I find invaluable.

http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/sandboxie.html
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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #11 on: June 10, 2015, 03:23:01 am »
- It seems Gamezertruth isn't behind a router as well. Also keeps A LOT OF malware at bay.

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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #12 on: June 11, 2015, 06:47:40 am »
You may want to look at something like Sandboxie, basically "What happens in the sandbox stays in the sandbox" and does n't touch your system. It does take a bit of learning, but I find invaluable.

http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/sandboxie.html

i will try out this software and report bake if any problem

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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #13 on: June 11, 2015, 06:50:09 am »
- It seems Gamezertruth isn't behind a router as well. Also keeps A LOT OF malware at bay.

Unfortunately, everything we have is bad/crap

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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #14 on: June 13, 2015, 02:42:36 pm »
The first installation of Sandboxie on my pc and Sandboxie software is Cause a frozen problem with Firefox browser !
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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #15 on: June 13, 2015, 02:48:14 pm »
The first installation of Sandboxie on my pc and Sandboxie software is Cause a frozen problem with Firefox browser !

Under what circumstances? When you are running FF sandboxed?

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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #16 on: June 13, 2015, 02:50:37 pm »
The first installation of Sandboxie on my pc and Sandboxie software is Cause a frozen problem with Firefox browser !

Under what circumstances? When you are running FF sandboxed?

yes ! and look like that was an beta on the link you post ! :wink: and I am not on the latest version of Firefox because of that I have a problem to update the Firefox browser!
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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #17 on: June 13, 2015, 03:04:16 pm »
yes ! and look like that was an beta on the link you post ! :wink: and I am not on the latest version of Firefox because of that I have a problem to update the Firefox browser!

If you look at the site that I linked to, it CLEARLY gives  download for the stable and beta versions, so if you downloaded the beta version that is down to you. the first download in the list is the stable and the second is the beta, look again and you will see for yourself. (see attached screenshot)

Why can't you update Firefox?

Have you cleaned your system and finally got an antivirus running?

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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #18 on: June 13, 2015, 03:16:08 pm »
yes ! and look like that was an beta on the link you post ! :wink: and I am not on the latest version of Firefox because of that I have a problem to update the Firefox browser!

If you look at the site that I linked to, it CLEARLY gives  download for the stable and beta versions, so if you downloaded the beta version that is down to you. the first download in the list is the stable and the second is the beta, look again and you will see for yourself. (see attached screenshot)

so I am not on the beta version after I rechecks of  the software so I am on the 4.18 and thank for Alert my !  :tongue:

yes ! and look like that was an beta on the link you post ! :wink: and I am not on the latest version of Firefox because of that I have a problem to update the Firefox browser!
Why can't you update Firefox?

I don’t know but I noted the problem a few day ago

yes ! and look like that was an beta on the link you post ! :wink: and I am not on the latest version of Firefox because of that I have a problem to update the Firefox browser!
Have you cleaned your system and finally got an antivirus running?

yes my system is always clean and for an antivirus not yet !
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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #19 on: June 13, 2015, 03:19:50 pm »
yes ! and look like that was an beta on the link you post ! :wink: and I am not on the latest version of Firefox because of that I have a problem to update the Firefox browser!

If you look at the site that I linked to, it CLEARLY gives  download for the stable and beta versions, so if you downloaded the beta version that is down to you. the first download in the list is the stable and the second is the beta, look again and you will see for yourself. (see attached screenshot)

so I am not on the beta version after I rechecks of  the software so I am on the 4.18 and thank for Alert my !  :tongue:

yes ! and look like that was an beta on the link you post ! :wink: and I am not on the latest version of Firefox because of that I have a problem to update the Firefox browser!
Why can't you update Firefox?

I don’t know but I noted the problem a few day ago

yes ! and look like that was an beta on the link you post ! :wink: and I am not on the latest version of Firefox because of that I have a problem to update the Firefox browser!
Have you cleaned your system and finally got an antivirus running?

yes my system is allows clean and for an anantivirus not yet !

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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #20 on: June 13, 2015, 03:24:55 pm »
Double post ? :rolleyes: not by my ! :wink: something wrong here  :tongue: and where the remove Button go ?
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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #21 on: June 13, 2015, 03:32:00 pm »
yes my system is allows clean and for an antivirus not yet !

You are joking, right?  :rolleyes:
You seem to get infections of some sort or another all the time, as Shane pointed out earlier in this thread.

It will probably fall on deaf ears, but, get an antivirus installed, before you do anything else.




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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #22 on: June 13, 2015, 03:37:37 pm »
yes my system is allows clean and for an antivirus not yet !

You are joking, right?  :rolleyes:
You seem to get infections of some sort or another all the time, as Shane pointed out earlier in this thread.

It will probably fall on deaf ears, but, get an antivirus installed, before you do anything else.

lol If I got the infection, then, I have run the portable security software in order to scan my system and clean it immediately! (Because of the anti virus software is consuming a lot of memory random)  :wink: that’s why !
and Will I install onc anti virus today! 
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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #23 on: June 13, 2015, 04:13:29 pm »
wired ! lol https://forums.malwarebytes.org/index.php?/topic/87860-firefox-news-v3806/ ??

I've just uninstall Firefox browser and go to the Firefox site to download the latest version but they give me 38.0.5 ?



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Re: Remove Policies Set By Infections
« Reply #24 on: June 13, 2015, 09:18:10 pm »
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(Because of the anti virus software is consuming a lot of memory random)  :wink: that’s why !
and Will I install onc anti virus today! 

How much ram do you have installed?

I have an antivirus on mine and I have 1.23gb worth of ram loaded that's os pre-started programs + antivirus. (makes me curious I'm curious how much you have?)
I loaded my specs lol
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