exploit rogue scanner type 1634

Hewlett-packard Hp g60 notebook pc
November 24, 2010 at 13:22:42
Specs: Windows Vista, 3.00 gb
my girlfriend clicked something on google and we were immediately infected with a virus it redirects us to incorrect websites repeatedly i dont have money for expensive software does anybody know hwo i can remove this virus my avg can find it but cant fix it

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#1
November 25, 2010 at 23:33:50
Try scanning your computer with a legitimate anti-spyware software. You can choose from spybot, superantispyware and malwarebytes antimalware. All are free and does a great job at detecting and removing various types of spyware. Download links: http://www.pcrisk.com/top-spyware-r... Download, install and don't forget to update before running a full system scan.

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#2
November 26, 2010 at 03:49:43
thomasbearman, are you trying to promote your website?

likethebears,
my avg can find it but cant fix it

Is it a secret problem? Why not post what it is?

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#3
November 27, 2010 at 09:52:18
uh a secret problem? no i dont think so i think if it was i wouldnt be here asking for help
i clearly stated the name of the problem in the SUBJECT lol
first AVG started saying i had exploit rogue scanner type 1634, after that it started telling me systemfile 32 wininit.exe and explore.exe files were viruses but wont let me remove them [good thing since bluescreen=no fun] this keeps happening repeatedly making AVG pop up roughly every 3-4 minutes
after it started telling me that another warning came up telling me some exploit phoenix s--- was on it and i just shut it down at this point. mind you all this was happening while spybot and malware bytes were running and after they both finished their searches and found nothing. atleast nothing related to the problem at hand.
help?

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#4
November 27, 2010 at 11:24:54
ok, thanks for the reply, run these 3 cleaners in the same order:
1- rkill.exe (kills the process)
2- tdss killer (removes unwanted rootkit if present)
3- Malwarebytes (run a full scan removing all it finds)

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#5
February 14, 2011 at 06:52:17
My AVG intercepted or stopped it immediately before I could even access the website. Are you using the most recent copy of AVG? Make sure you are using an up to date version. Otherwise, you need to contact AVG regarding. AVG is the best on the market worldwide, that's why I use it.

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#6
February 14, 2011 at 07:44:28
AVG is the best on the market worldwide, that's why I use it.


Could be a personal thing for you, I used to use AVG till it didn't update, started using Avast Free for over 9 years and I put it on ALL my repairs because it has the best real-time protection of all anti-viruses plus no scheduled scans as it is all done in real time. AVG needs scheduled scans and updates....choice is yours.

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#7
February 25, 2011 at 07:42:54
My AVG 9.0 intercepted and blocked Exploit 1634

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#8
February 25, 2011 at 11:25:51
You only have to read the reviews on the web and forum posts to see the problems with AVG.
http://www.youtube.com/user/mrizos#...
This is a great review of AVG2011.He talks a lot but he does good video's.He tests AVG2011 against 10 fake antiviruses, trojans, rootkits etc.
Avast is a better free product, better detection rates.

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