This computer is being attacked

July 21, 2008 at 07:51:38
Specs: Win Xp, 2GHz 512

My computer has a message look likes a screen saver comes out every seconds. the message says that (This computer is being attacked). every time this massage appeared I can't do any thing only wait till it stops its self and latter it appeares again. What can I do? please help step by step please...

Visith-Mony and Monent

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July 21, 2008 at 12:52:05

Restart and constantly press f8 untill a menu comes up.
choos safemode and loggin as normal.
run anty virus and anty spyware scans and let it remove what it finds.
What anty virus and anty spyware programs do you have on your computer?

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July 22, 2008 at 05:00:29

I've got AVG 7.5 anti virus and I don't know what is spyware programe? can you please tell me what is spyware programe and how to get it? and how to use it as well.
Thank you very much for your help...

Visith-Mony and Monent

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July 22, 2008 at 06:19:12

Heya visith,

Follow the instructions from the thread below.

It has Step-By-Step instructions.

Let us know if you need more help afterwards.

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September 5, 2008 at 06:08:46

This thing is viscious. Here's what I observed with this malware if we can call it that:
1. It disabled all administrator rights, even safeboot administrator account did not have admin rights anymore.
2. It disabled access to user maintenance screen, command line access, control panel, you name it. There was no way to get to it. Because of this I did not have a way to install system apps that would detect and clean up the b---tard.
3. I popped in by xp disc and repaired the OS to no avail. The painful thing, this infectious file was ejecting my disc every minute or less so the installation was so painful but that was my last hope.

***In the end, I ended up reformatting my drive and starting from scratch. I think I got nailed by this because all the accounts in my laptop had admin rights and I did not have a cleaning tool installed (i.e., adaware). I am not sure what adaware could have done if I had it installed. I am all clean now but I have a mission to find a cure to this attack. If you guys know something, let this forum know.

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