Infected With Ave.exe And Other Stuff.
TY, TY, TY, TY!!!!!! Satyam ― March 25, 2010 - 2:26 pm Excellent!!! Click "Restore MS Hosts File". I regularly use and recommend adding MBAM as a secondary on-demand layer of security protection which can be run periodically alongside other zone alarm security products. In the results, click System Restore. weblink
The first two times a friend fixed by doing the remove-harddrive and slave it to clean and rewrite MBR, etc. Sam, not so much.My complaints are pretty specific.Chat support=sales of removal service. Cleaning up these temporary files with Disk Cleanup might not only solve your ave.exe error, but can also dramatically speed up the performance of your PC. I told it to delete them and figured I was good. http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/313123/infected-with-aveexe-and-other-stuff/
Pox on the author of this Trojan. Bruce Pierre ― April 14, 2010 - 10:04 am Thanks for the valuable info. I also have another method to get back to the AVG 7.5 and uninstall etc ... Re: McAfee Did NOT Remove or Even Find the Ave.exe Trojan / Virus on my Computer Peter M Apr 26, 2010 4:24 PM (in response to Rembrant) This thread is about So please before bashing Microsoft I would take a long hard look at how much of this was your own fault - after all - you were duped into believing the
Or perhaps changing the permissions somehow?The problem is that every time Malwarebytes needs to remove an infection by rebooting, it doesn't work. those pop up warning give me the chill up my spin O.O; first time i ever get those kind of stuffs and i thought i need to reinstall window but thanks But it found 14 items including three or four files. Click Here to Download 184.108.40.20685 Results 1 to 5 of 5 Thread: [Solved] XP Security infection removing ave.exe infection.
Follow the on-screen commands. In the search box, type "System Restore" and hit ENTER. Re: McAfee Did NOT Remove or Even Find the Ave.exe Trojan / Virus on my Computer mih Apr 21, 2010 9:28 AM (in response to SamSwift) this is not an answer read the full info here and it helped me resolved the infection.
Try it again, with that at the top of your code. She sent me two emails with links to McAfee suport sites. If this junk isn't occasionally cleaned out, it can cause Third-Party Application to respond slowly or provides an ave.exe error, possibly due to file conflicts or an overloaded hard drive. Search for the daughter file.
They should be able to direct me to info on identifing and removing it.Stinger and fakealertstinger. http://www.solvusoft.com/en/files/error-virus-removal/exe/windows/windows-software-developer/third-party-application/ave-exe/ It could be a problem in the program, but I've never had a problem with Malwarebytes rebooting and removing an infection before. Turn on any router or hub that your computer may be plugged into. 8. It is my experience that these things can always be solved without the need for software downloads and intricate analysis to fix the infection. (It only took me about 4 Google
They were all "junk" sites and full of advertising. have a peek at these guys HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.exe\Default = exefileb. Just a sugestion. Having damnest time trying to figure out where else i missed removing =\ Thanks again Intr0 ― April 13, 2010 - 5:13 pm Thanks so much.
Wait for a couple of minutes. 7. I asked the technician if he had ever seen this virus before, and he replied yes. The last one gave up after two and a half hours. check over here I said no thanks could he tell me where to find removal instructions and he said he would email them to me.
Thank you Angela ― April 12, 2010 - 9:02 am I used method 2 to remove get rid of ave.exe…I then installed the malwarebytes…and though it shows it has installed I ran Malwarebytes a second time while the computer was showing signs of infection and it removed it. this subkey is probably okay: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.exe\PersistentHandlerc.
Paul Chicago...nice job.
New - Anti-Phishing Protection for Chrome. I used step 1 method 2, then malwarebytes, and the issue was resolved. Both freeware programs. michelle ― April 23, 2010 - 5:30 pm I followed your instructions. Re: McAfee Did NOT Remove or Even Find the Ave.exe Trojan / Virus on my Computer Rembrant Apr 26, 2010 4:13 PM (in response to Peter M) Thanks for your attempts
They will analyse it and suggest remedies. Any additional help would be appreciated. Only attach them if requested or if they do not fit into the post.Old topics are closed after 3 days with no reply, and working topics are closed after 5 days. http://themousedepot.com/infected-with/infected-with-rootkit-agent-di-ndis-sys-file-is-infected.html Disappointed that ZASS let it slip thru.
So I did. Search for a standalone copy of the daughter file: a. In fact, one misplaced comma can prevent your PC from booting entirely! I open Internet Exploder and there it is again?
Third-Party Application) you want to back up. It's a fake virus scanner that wants me to buy purchase the full version, etc. Will be uninstalling my mcafee today due to me scanning twice to try and remove this bug and it found nothing. This time around, I thought "Oh no, not again!" But your clear, step-by-step directions fixed things up in short order.
If not please perform the following steps below so we can have a look at the current condition of your machine. what else could it be? But when I rebooted, Windows blocked Malwarebytes from starting up and so I wasn't able to remove the infection. Clean the Internet Explorer hijack: a.
you can at least get back to "now" if it doesn't work. Third-Party Application): Click the Start button. Type "sfc /scannow" and hit ENTER.
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