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There are several methods to remove it using regedit or Hijack This or download tools. by ianstewart / March 15, 2005 11:36 PM PST In reply to: Mouse pointer out of control. There will always be potholes on the information highway. HELP!!!!! this content

I scanned my system and found trojan XXX so I have good reason to believe that the same person attempting to connect to me planted it somehow. Also, ZoneAlarm also gives you more information about the blocked connection if you want to. I then ran malware bytes; nothing. Following Follow cybersecurity Thanks!

Finally used one of the shortcuts I had on my home screen to get back into Safari and that worked to bypass that page. Username Forum Password I've forgotten my password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list Privacy Policy

Jump Please read every post completely before doing anything. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Drunken mouse by kegbrown / May 14, 2005 12:59 AM PDT In reply to: RUNAWAY MOUSE Besides a dirty ball mechanical mice also

  • Well I did a cleanup and ran some scans and finally regained control.
  • When I restart, it blues screens again due to some memory management error.
  • I don't know whether I should blame LiveFyre or the software used to generate the page.
  • It will notify you on ALL changes on those files and it is impossible for any virus/trojan to hide itself in your computer from this program.
  • These Steam ads are caused by an ad-supported adware program, which is usually distributed through various monetization platforms during installation.
  • What about WLAN then?
  • This is normal and indicates the tool ran successfully.If not, delete the file, then download and use the one provided in Link 2.Do not reboot until instructed.If the tool does not
  • Please follow steps 3, 4 and 5 in my previous post next.
  • Be very carefull about your new IP address, use proxies to hide it.
  • Dont panic!

If I have been helping you, and I have not replied to your latest post in 48 hours please send me a PM. If you are using WLAN, make sure you secure it up for good, otherwise you not only expose your data and connection to crackers, but also allow other people to use She has a right to expect the makers of the device to make it reasonably easy for a non super techie to safely operate it. If an update is found, it will download and install the latest version.

The problem was solve and obviously I don't enter again the site that I enter wrong. Anyway, you should be sceptical, even paranoid. We'll let you know when a new response is added. The problem is, that people who are not familiar with the computers and operating systems are usually totally unaware of all this.

it looks to me like a virus Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Optical mouse - solution by altini_s1 / May 16, 2005 8:29 AM PDT In reply to: Wen the Messege apears I put my phone on airplane mode and go to the settings, clear the history and web data. However, please notice that if you are using any F-Secure products in your computer, these programs might find several Backweb components in your computer, please do not remove them, they are Thank you!

by JCitizen / November 7, 2015 8:35 PM PST In reply to: the second time? https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/ipad-browser-got-hijacked-now-what-do-i-do/ What kind of an idiot publishes a clickable malware web site's URL? If you spot something ELSE that is listening or connected, figure out what port it is using, like if the IP is 123.456.789.111:666, then the port used is 666 and the Pay special attention to the NOTE: lines, these entries identify an individual issue or important step in the cleanup process.

Not a chance! http://recupsoft.com/strange-problem/strange-problem-with-win-2k.html To put is simple, yes, WLAN can be hacked, usually pretty easily and without users knowledge. However, equipment used for TEMPEST attack has to be stored somewhere, in the flat near to you or in the van parked outside your house etc. If I saw any curios I just deleted the process and wright down the program name.

I have McAfee Anti Virus , Malwarebytes and Hitman Pro installed on my PC for security . One EXCELLENT tool to automate this search is to use freeware program called Hijackthis which will go throught most of virus/trojan/spyware hiding places! How can you know? http://recupsoft.com/strange-problem/strange-problem-could-use-your-help.html This is very usefull since tools like this will help you finding remote access trojans (RAT:s) or other software that is in your computer and has connection to outside world.

You will be warned but thats ok! After changing your passwords, you might want to warn your friends about it (if your system was compromised, ofcourse there is no reason to alarm them if you just got your Third way of redirecting your traffic is to put your modem (if you have one, that is) to dial some other number when connecting to the internet (or otherwise too) than

he can help you out or even do it for you!

Only program that you need to be running in Windows95/98/ME is explorer.exe. Afterwards, I started experiencing all manner of graphical and stability issues that culminated in several instances of blue screens as well as some other alarming symptoms. This all happened at time XXXX at XX.XX.XXXX and lasted until XXXX at XX.XX.XXXX. and make sure you have the latest virus definitions.

She paid a lot of money for her device. We'll email youwhen relevant content isadded and updated. I have the same mouse out of control problem.Did you find a solution and if so could you tel me how to get rid of it.ThanksGary Flag Permalink This was helpful http://recupsoft.com/strange-problem/strange-problem-need-help.html Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 dev00790 dev00790 Bleeping Chocoholic Members 5,037 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:UK Local time:10:18 PM Posted 08

Forgot to mention this is on a windows 7 machine. Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (1) Collapse - That happened to me too by volvogirl / October 31, 2015 11:32 PM PDT In reply to: Might just be the page One is fine and will let the computer boot into safe mode as well as normal mode just fine.