Solved I hope help to me is available with this rogue virus

May 29, 2014 at 21:34:17
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I am a Chinese girl. There is a rogue virus has been used against me. This rogue fool my money seven years ago. He did not want to repay my money, and I have been attacked by a virus in six years.
I ask for help here. Who let him not use virus? Or, who can make his computer crash? So that he can not attack me.

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May 30, 2014 at 00:23:05
You can start off with something like malwarebytes. Here's a download link:

I swear it's getting harder and harder to sift through all the junk on these download sites to find the real thing. There's a lot of ads but ignore them. Although it says it has version 2.02 I didn't see a direct download for it. I'm posting the link because it has some older versions you might want to try first. Seems like some people are not happy with the new version. Anyway the links for the 'older versions' are clearly marked about the middle of the page in the right column. If you've had this problem for 7 years you may not need the new stuff anyway.

You can get 2.02 here:

They call it 'shareware' and want $24.95 for it there's usually a trial period of 15 days or so for most of that stuff.

(Don't pay money for anything until you've tried all the free stuff.)

You can also run adwcleaner:

Click on the blue 'download now @ bleepingcomputer' button and not the green 'download now' above it as that's more junk ads.

Well good luck. Sorry about the complicated download links but the software does a good job once you get it running. Others will be along with additional advice.

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May 30, 2014 at 06:38:00
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Also download and run the Kaspersky rescue disk ISO.

You download the file; burn it to a DVD. Boot with the DVD and let it come up fully to its desktop. It will immediately go to update itself - its definitions; let it. Then let it scan your hard drive fully. It will take a while so maybe go for a tea and cookies; or a long walk...

This disk is actually a Linux based OS with a virus scanner included; it's quite safe to use. It will hunt for and, if it finds any, disable/remove anything that often hides within a fully installed OS when fully booted up. The pest you have may well be such a pest...

It will NOT install itself into your computer; but rather loads itself in the RAM only. It will run from RAM and will regard/see your hard drive as are source only. It will NOT install or write itself to the hard drive itself.

It will find anything it can and deal with it; either deleting it fully, or quarantining it. Either way it will disable any pests it finds.

Running from RAM it will be a little slower than your built-in/installed OS which is of course run from the hard drive; but it will run OK.

Also download and run JWT:

and also:

Both are other useful tools to clean out nasties...

There are several other similar and useful utilities too - many of which are regularly recommended here; and quite safe to use - and invariably "free"... All utilities etc. suggested here are safe, well tried and tested and from safe sites as downloads.

One other to run (OTL) first - and keep the results (the report) as a file...

Then run the cleaners as above; and then rerun the OTL utility. - and keep the file/report.

So after running OTL, start with those suggested by DAVEINCAPS above, and myself. Very likely others here will proffer more shortly; not the least JohnW (way down south on the edge of the Antarctic...) - and he will very likely ask for the OTL log/report as a starter to more input...

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May 31, 2014 at 16:08:17
Thank you for your suggestion.

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May 31, 2014 at 16:09:38
Thank you for telling me how to do. I will try in your approach. Thank you.

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May 31, 2014 at 16:15:15
Also... When you install the assorted utilities... do a custom installation NOT an automatic one (automatic is invariably the usual/default recommended).

By opting for (doing) a custom installation "you" have the opportunity to uncheck all the assorted boxes that may install all sorts of other stuff too. There may be offers to change your home page; to set "your favourite" browser to something else...; and who knows what else...

All you want to install (and run) is the utility itself; nothing else at any time...

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June 7, 2014 at 09:46:53
You're right, I replaced the browser and delete skype, yahoo messenger.
No virus in my computer now.
Thanks for your suggestions.

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