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RE: Hijacked Internet Explorer 2006-01-04
Alice Hart (AHart VIPdesk com)
HijackThis! Is good for giving you a quick look at what's running on the
PC.

I generally run it from the desktop and look for unfamiliar programs and
URLs in the results. I Google anything I don't recognize as benign.
This usually tells me if I have some kind of bug and what it's called so
I can s

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Re: Are there any LiveCD antivirus solutions? 2006-01-04
Varga Endre (ve492 hszk bme hu) (1 replies)
I have to burn a new LiceCD when a new virus update comes out? I was
hoping to find some solution that updates itself completely in
memory, so only one CD is needed. Of course this means it should have
network support...

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Re: Are there any LiveCD antivirus solutions? 2006-01-05
Johanna Manninen (johanna manninen nmi fi)
Are there any LiveCD antivirus solutions? 2006-01-04
Varga Endre (ve492 hszk bme hu) (2 replies)
Hello list!

Do anybody know LiveCD antivirus products, or special LiveCD OSes for
antiviral use? Or is there any existing linux based antivirus program
that is able to refresh itself into memory?

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Re: Are there any LiveCD antivirus solutions? 2006-01-04
Harald Nesland (hn sacharis no) (2 replies)
RE: Are there any LiveCD antivirus solutions? 2006-01-04
Larry Seltzer (larry larryseltzer com)
RE: Are there any LiveCD antivirus solutions? 2006-01-05
Catalin V. Acatrinei (catalin acatrinei piraeusbank ro)
Re: Are there any LiveCD antivirus solutions? 2006-01-04
Daniel Ferreira de Lima (dlima cpqd com br)
RE: Hijacked Internet Explorer 2006-01-04
Brooks, Shane (SBrooks orangelake com)
Since you're running MS Anti-Spyware, have you tried to use it's Advanced Tools to reset your browser settings and investigate any BHO's that may be installed in Internet Explorer? This is a home network, so it may seem extreme to suspect a man in the middle attack that is redirecting your traffic,

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RE: Hijacked Internet Explorer 2006-01-04
Fredericks, Michael (MFredericks CapeCodHealth org)
Try Sysinternals Autoruns, it might give you insight as to what is
integrating with IE.
Good luck,
Mike
http://www.sysinternals.com/Utilities/Autoruns.html

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Barber [mailto:cmbarber (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]]
Sent: Tuesday, January 03, 2006 3:01 PM
To: focus-virus@securityfoc

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RE: Hijacked Internet Explorer 2006-01-04
Mike (mike superiorholidayadventures ca)
Check out HijackThis. As well, enumerate anything suspicious in
HKLM/Software/Microsoft/Windows/CurrentVersion/Run, RunOnce, etc. and
boot to Safe Mode, disable System Restore and manually delete the files.
While you're in Safe Mode, look in the Services applet for anything
suspicious. Also look in

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Re: Hijacked Internet Explorer 2006-01-04
joris744 hotmail com
Hi Chris,

None of the reasons (malware defense software) you state are 'solid'.

Try Bitdefender, Trend Micro, Panda ...

Indeed, this could be some yet unknown ad-ware, spyware or other malware, this software might find it for you. Did you try cleaning temp-files, cookies, history ? Did you try a

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RE: Hijacked Internet Explorer 2006-01-03
Mark P. Larios (mark larios calumetlubricants com)
Try doing a search for a tool called CWSHREDDER
This might do the trick.

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Barber [mailto:cmbarber (at) gmail (dot) com [email concealed]]
Sent: Tuesday, January 03, 2006 3:01 PM
To: focus-virus (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
Subject: Hijacked Internet Explorer

I have a user on a home network that h

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Hijacked Internet Explorer 2006-01-03
Chris Barber (cmbarber gmail com) (5 replies)
I have a user on a home network that has an oddity I have not seen
before while using search engines. On the PC we have tried Yahoo,
Google, MSN, Lycos, not sure but we may have done a few other, but the
actions are all the same. We enter a search item, say ACE, and the
results come back of course

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RE: Hijacked Internet Explorer 2006-01-05
Tyler (tyler malware-analysis org)
Re: Hijacked Internet Explorer 2006-01-04
francois (francois colombier free fr)
Re: Hijacked Internet Explorer 2006-01-04
Damon McMahon (damon mcmahon gmail com)
Re: Hijacked Internet Explorer 2006-01-04
jayjwa (jayjwa atr2 ath cx)
Re: Hijacked Internet Explorer 2006-01-03
Greg van der Gaast (gvandergaast yahoo com) (1 replies)
RE: Hijacked Internet Explorer 2006-01-04
Kevin Russell (kevin retail-tech com)
RE: Do we still need scheduled scan? 2005-12-30
Harley David (David Harley cfh nhs uk)
Please excuse my addressing several individual's points in one mail.

> You can configure scheduled scans for performance: most packages will
> allow you to catalogue all of the files on a drive and cache a
checksum.

Actually, one of the products tangentially represented in this thread
does the sam

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RE: Do we still need scheduled scan? 2005-12-30
Shaffer, Bruce (security stsgi com)
You can configure scheduled scans for performance: most packages will
allow you to catalogue all of the files on a drive and cache a checksum.
This makes for very quick scanning in that the scanner only has to pass
a file once if the checksum has not changed. Different packages use
different names

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RE: Do we still need scheduled scan? 2005-12-30
Dowling, Gabrielle (dowlingg sullcrom com)
Question: if malware disables your scanner, how could a scheduled scan

possible\y discern the malware?

Answer: the sound of one hand clapping?

Seriously, unless you're remotely scanning all your systems (generally

impractical), a scheduled scan is not going to help you here. Auditing

softw

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RE: Do we still need scheduled scan? 2005-12-30
Sewell, Cathy (csewell mbari org) (1 replies)
Hi Robert -

We have had situations where the real-time scan was not catching malware that the scheduled scan was catching, and the files weren't large zip files. I agree with you that these malware files were not "of immediate effect", and, of course, though it's happened twice, the situation was

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Re: Do we still need scheduled scan? 2005-12-30
Robert Sandilands (rsandilands authentium com)
RE: Do we still need scheduled scan? 2005-12-29
Steven Hay (shay communitysavings ca)

We've been fortunate to have our users "trained" to log off or restart
their systems at night so nightly scans can take place. But we face the
same pain with our laptop users (including myself when on call) as when
we start up our laptops in the morning the "background" scan makes
systems painful

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