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Solved Virus redirects, tons of adds. disables your whole system,

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November 5, 2013 at 09:13:06
Specs: Windows 8, Pentium 4 2GHz / 2 gigs.
My Windows XP, has either a virus, worm, I am not sure what it is and this is my first experience for my computer to be invaded, it is not fun. Microsoft Essentials caught 1 Trojan, and Spy-bot caught 3 Trojans but once it had finished scanning, we killed the Trojans and then Spy-bot disappeared. I searched for it and and found it completely disabled. I re-downloaded it and it also was disabled again. Super-anti Spyware gets all kinds of stuff, but not this, it doesn't seem to bother that program at all and Super Anti-Spyware doesn't seem to recognize it or find it.

At first it had like a little circular thing that popped up every time I went to click a link on the internet. It would jump in front of my pointer just before I clicked - it would redirect me to an add, or some other website other than what I was intending and was speedy fast, always 1 jump ahead of my pointer.

A message popped up one time saying "Don't you like adds"?, and then redirected the web-address to another website that was an add and I could not click out of it. Now, it is disabling everything, I can get on Google Chrome and, but I cannot update anything. AND, if I do manage to get on the internet, it just freezes up, everything is freezing up. It sends messages on websites that there is an error in the script on the page and to click out of it. It seems to be getting nothing has power over it. I have Windows XP running on Microsoft Windows 8 and I did try to have Internet Explorer, but it freezes up the worst. I decided to re-install it again, which Explorer removes the old and installs it again-new. It was nice for about 1 minute, but then the same old things happened again.

Does anyone know, from my description, what I'm dealing with?

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November 5, 2013 at 09:46:23
These two freebies for starters might make things easier for you to move forward but I suspect your computer will need much more attention:

Install, run and keep log.

Save the download file and double click it to run. Do the Scan and Clean - keep the log.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks

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November 5, 2013 at 10:15:45
Thanks, I'll try these. I figured this is an ad-ware monster, had no idea ad-ware bugs were like this...who is so bored to mess up peoples computers....?

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November 5, 2013 at 14:52:29
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Copy & Paste the contents of the logs please.

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November 8, 2013 at 05:10:47
Well, I think my computer is done. I downloaded and ran programs, but what this creepy thing did was move programs all over my computer, registry keys in My Documents, the system is totally spread out in different programs.. and it deleted things, I am missing too many things in the system, errors that it cannot find the internet, even though I have tried changing everything back. It cannot even close property, says it missing rundll, and I found bits a pieces of this addware, malware, trojan, virus everywhere in my system, its hiding all over the place and none of these programs were able to get it all, so it just waited dormant until it could raise it's ugly program head to continue its quest. I'm sad :<( Drag!

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November 8, 2013 at 11:08:16
"Well, I think my computer is done"
I don't.

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