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Microsoft warning repeating!!! could update to 16.7.2.11 (NISS 2009) be the cause?

win. xp/sp2/ NISS 2009 -16.7.2.11/ I.E.6x/ outlook exp.

I had just written in other day and thought things were 'solved' and marked that post as 'solved' so that's why i'm starting a 'new' one in case no one would read the former marked ''solved' if i posted there now.

        I was getting a popup from ''microsoft ' with lots of red 'shields' and trojans showing in the   ''my computer' area where these were showing with a 'scale' in progress ..i knew this had to be bogus from a recent post on this board ....i immediately at that time shut-down the computer - rebooted and did full sys. scan - all o.k.  

        This board felt i did the right thing and i don't think any further 'actions' were suggested...

        Today (sun. 9/13)  a repeat of the above only this time i hit ''close task' to close out the connection....did a full sys scan again - nothing found !   Did a full sys scan - nothing found.

         to double check myself i disconnected the internet cable from the rear of the external modem supplied by my cable company so i'd have no connected to the internet.  did a full sys scan/all drives/ folders/ .... again - nothing turned up as a problem .

        when the first occurrence happened,  I posted on another website offering Windows help and was told to download and run ''highjack' This  then make a screen copy of what was found and post it back there.

         I'm 'chicken' about downloading anything so i haven't done that yet ...i think they want to see what's in my Registry ?

         Also i noted that this new 'things' started at the time i received the new update of NISS to 16.7.2.11 ...prior to that i have 16.00.02 (or close to that) without a bit of trouble !!!

         So now what ?   thanks in advance for your advices ...EDYTHE

        

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Re: Microsoft warning repeating!!! could update to 16.7.2.11 (NISS 2009) be the cause?

Just posting the link to your other thread over here, Edythe, in case viewers want to read it:

http://community.norton.com/norton/board/message?board.id=nis_feedback&thread.id=73736

Were you on the same webpage as yesterday? 

HijackThis is perfectly safe - I have it myself :-) It lists processes running on your computer; in the case of malware, it can also list processes which belong to malware files. Only a trained analyst like some of the gurus can read and correctly interpret HijackThis logfiles - you and I can't and shouldn't, so please don't even attempt reading it ;-)) Please go over here:

http://free.antivirus.com/hijackthis/

Select "Executable" and save it to your desktop.  Run the program and choose the first option on the main menu "Do a system scan and save a log file". When this is finished, Notepad will open with the log file in it. Save this log file and post it over here using the "add attachments" option just underneath the orange "Post" button when you can see when you are writing a post over here in the forum.

Note: You will notice that HijackThis opens a window with lots of little squares once it has run the scan. Please do NOT check of any these squares. Just close the window and turn your attention to the Notepad file, which you must save and post over here as an attachment. The link above will give you more instructions. 

Message Edited by Yaso_Kuuhl on 09-13-2009 04:17 PM
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Re: Microsoft warning repeating!!! could update to 16.7.2.11 (NISS 2009) be the cause?


Yaso_Kuuhl wrote:

Just posting your other thread over here, Edythe, in case viewers want to read it:

http://community.norton.com/norton/board/message?board.id=nis_feedback&thread.id=73736

Were you on the same webpage as yesterday? Drat !!  don't remember but i won't delete History if this happens again...could be - i usually have my early a.m. 'routine of sites to read...

HijackThis is perfectly safe - I have it myself :-) It lists processes running on your computer; in the case of malware, it can also list processes which belong to malware files. Only a trained analyst like some of the gurus can read and correctly interpret HijackThis logfiles - you and I can't and shouldn't, so please don't even attempt reading it ;-)) Please go over here:  o.k. but once i download/run - does H.T. remain in my computer or should i delete it (how?) once the scan is over ?  can't do it tho this a.m. - is it o.k. to wait ?  everything now seems o.k. !!!!(but i'll still do it)   thanks

http://free.antivirus.com/hijackthis/

Select "Executable" and save it to your desktop.  Run the program and choose the first option on the main menu "Do a system scan and save a log file". When this is finished, Notepad will open with the log file in it. Save this log file and post it over here using the "add attachments" option just underneath the orange "Post" button when you can see when you are writing a post over here in the forum.

Note: You will notice that HijackThis opens a window with lots of little squares once it has run the scan. Please do NOT check of any these windows. Just close it and turn your attention to the Notepad file, which you must save and post over here as an attachment. The link above will give you more instructions. 

Message Edited by Yaso_Kuuhl on 09-13-2009 03:39 PM
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Re: Microsoft warning repeating!!! could update to 16.7.2.11 (NISS 2009) be the cause?


EDYTHE wrote:

Yaso_Kuuhl wrote:

HijackThis is perfectly safe - I have it myself :-) It lists processes running on your computer; in the case of malware, it can also list processes which belong to malware files. Only a trained analyst like some of the gurus can read and correctly interpret HijackThis logfiles - you and I can't and shouldn't, so please don't even attempt reading it ;-)) Please go over here:  o.k. but once i download/run - does H.T. remain in my computer or should i delete it (how?) once the scan is over ?  can't do it tho this a.m. - is it o.k. to wait ?  everything now seems o.k. !!!!(but i'll still do it)   thanks



HijackThis is a program. Once you install it on your computer, it will remain on your machine. You can uninstall it via control panel (add/remove programs). I still have my HijackThis, just in case :-) Once again: this is not an anti-malware scanner. It simply lists the processes running on your computer - the good ones and the bad ones. You can read more info on the HJT page itself when you download it (if you decide to do so). 

If everything seems okay, and your NIS scans come up clean and your machine is running fine - then there's really no reason to worry. It sounds like that website you visited (the newspaper website) is contaminated, so to say. 

The HJT scan is very quick, but I agree with you that it is better to sleep over it and do it with a fresh and clear head ;-D Tired people are definitely more error-prone :-) In the meantime - don't worry :-D

Message Edited by Yaso_Kuuhl on 09-13-2009 04:24 PM
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Re: Microsoft warning repeating!!! could update to 16.7.2.11 (NISS 2009) be the cause?


Yaso_Kuuhl wrote:

EDYTHE wrote:

Yaso_Kuuhl wrote:

HijackThis is perfectly safe - I have it myself :-) It lists processes running on your computer; in the case of malware, it can also list processes which belong to malware files. Only a trained analyst like some of the gurus can read and correctly interpret HijackThis logfiles - you and I can't and shouldn't, so please don't even attempt reading it ;-)) Please go over here:  o.k. but once i download/run - does H.T. remain in my computer or should i delete it (how?) once the scan is over ?  can't do it tho this a.m. - is it o.k. to wait ?  everything now seems o.k. !!!!(but i'll still do it)   thanks



HijackThis is a program. Once you install it on your computer, it will remain on your machine. You can uninstall it via control panel (add/remove programs).O.K.!  Great!  by the way - went to add/remove to see if there is anything 'new' showing and as far as i can tell (looked for names ''and'' dates) things are status-quo   I still have my HijackThis, just in case :-) Once again: this is not an anti-malware scanner. It simply lists the processes running on your computer - the good ones and the bad ones. You can read more info on the HJT page itself when you download it (if you decide to do so). 

If everything seems okay, and your NIS scans come up clean and your machine is running fine - then there's really no reason to worry. It sounds like that website you visited (the newspaper website) is contaminated, so to say. humm i'll play 'detective' when i revisit the 'usual' websites - i might try it now if i'm brave - but i'll make a  note of where i go....

The HJT scan is very quick, but I agree with you that it is better to sleep over it and do it with a fresh and clear head ;-D Tired people are definitely more error-prone :-) In the meantime - don't worry :-D  you are a wise man ! o.k. i'll just hang in before i do the 'highjack this' to make sure i have time to do a screen print/post etc. and not be 'rushed' ... thanks again so very very much !  

Message Edited by Yaso_Kuuhl on 09-13-2009 04:24 PM
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Re: Microsoft warning repeating!!! could update to 16.7.2.11 (NISS 2009) be the cause?


EDYTHE wrote:
you are a wise man ! o.k. i'll just hang in before i do the 'highjack this' to make sure i have time to do a screen print/post etc. and not be 'rushed' ... thanks again so very very much !  

Anytime ;-D Wise man? I don't know about wise ;-)) But a man I am not ;-D

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Re: Microsoft warning repeating!!! could update to 16.7.2.11 (NISS 2009) be the cause?


Yaso_Kuuhl wrote:

EDYTHE wrote:
you are a wise man ! o.k. i'll just hang in before i do the 'highjack this' to make sure i have time to do a screen print/post etc. and not be 'rushed' ... thanks again so very very much !  

Anytime ;-D Wise man? I don't know about wise ;-)) But a man I am not ;-D

Opps !!!  proves one should not ''assume' anything - LOL ...Sorry and many many thanks  - Edythe


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Re: Microsoft warning repeating!!! could update to 16.7.2.11 (NISS 2009) be the cause?


EDYTHE wrote:

Opps !!!  proves one should not ''assume' anything - LOL ...Sorry and many many thanks  - Edythe


Lol! No problem ;-))))))))) I found it funny ;-D It's perfectly normal for such a thing to happen in a place where we can't see or hear each other ;-))) 

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