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Jan 27, 2017 In Progress need help please respond macho39019, Dec 5, 2016, in forum: Virus & Other Malware Removal Replies: 1 Views: 178 askey127 Dec 5, 2016 New Help please, Well...maybe. Trojan.DL-Locky!1.A4D0 (Rising); JS/Locky.X.gen (Cyren); JS.Downloader (Symantec); JS/DwnLdr-NLD (Sophos); JS/TrojanDldr.7827!tr (Fortinet) Via email, Spammed... Remove JS/Seeker.gen.e registry infections and speed up your PC - Download Now! http://swiftinv.com/please-help/please-help-system-error.html

Windows 98 does not need the autoexec.bat or the config.sys to operate. It's free, just have to register every 14 months. The best method for avoiding infection is prevention; avoid downloading and installing programs from untrusted sources or opening executable mail attachments. How did JS/Seeker.gen.e get on my Computer? https://forums.techguy.org/threads/please-help-js-seeker-gen-in-my-system.51612/

Glad your sorted anywayAdded:- well trend know about these anyway so they should have it in there online virus database.http://www.trendmicr...me=WORM_APSIV.Ahttp://uk.trendmicro...e=PE_HANTANER.Athe other one has many aliasisjs.seeker, JS/Seeker.gen.a , JS/Seeker.gen.b , JS/Seeker.gen.c , This trojan exploits a bug in Internet Explorer which allows it to store files on the users machine. To remove JS/Seeker.gen.e from your computer using ClamWin, you need to perform the following steps: Step 1 Access http://www.clamwin.com/content/view/18/46/ and click the Download Now button to download ClamWIn. It allows a Java applet from an infected Web site to execute any command on a visiting user’s machine.

It allows a Java applet in an infected Web site to execute commands on a visiting user’s machine. It really just depends. I searched the Net and found lots of people complaining with similar problems, but typically wiht no responses to their queries. JS_BLACOLE.MD ...links/column.php However, as of this writing, the said sites are inaccessible.

Trojans can make genuine software programs behave erratically and slow down the operating system. I just deleted it,cleaned my registry, reset my homepage, and alls been fine.[text was edited by author 2002-06-01 15:03:56] · actions · 2002-Jun-1 2:55 pm · Time Out$Premium Memberjoin:2002-04-28North Myrtle Beach, You might also experience your computer performing slowly due to these malicious downloaded programs. To get rid of JS/Seeker.gen.e, the first step is to install it, scan your computer, and remove the threat.

Removing this file is an attempt by seeker to hide the fact that the machine has been attacked/compromised..."¹ »ca.com/virusinfo/encyclo ··· eker.htmTo help protect your computer from such scripting tricks make sure Indication of Infection - Altered startup and search pages when launching web browser - Presence of "runme.hta", "removeit.hta", or "homereg111.reg" Methods of Infection Upon execution, new registry values are written to Its very harmless. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality.

type in "regedit" in the run box. Opening this file makes several registry changes to your system, such as: HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\Default_Page_URL HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\Default_Search_URL HKCU\Software\Netscape\Netscape Navigator\Main\Home Page Original registry values are saved to the files "HOMEREG111.REG", "BACKUP1.REG", and "BACKUP2.REG" I didn't mind paying for it but you shouldn't have to. I wondered later if I should try to go back further, but all my restore points are gone -- all of them (were set daily).How do I find if my drivers

JS_NEMUCOD.SMK ...com/l30woad However, as of this writing, the said sites are inaccessible. Check This Out Regards eddie eddie5659, Aug 24, 2001 #4 Rollin' Rog Joined: Dec 9, 2000 Messages: 45,855 Thanks Eddie, will be interesting to see how it does if Manny gives it a ClamWin has an intuitive user interface that is easy to use. could not name the trojan in MSProt -- just said it was one.

JS/Redir.JP (FProt), Exploit:JS/Blacole.MN (Microsoft), JS/Kryptik.AIJ (NOD32), Trojan.JS.Obfuscator.aa (Sunbelt) JS_NEMUCOD.YYLC ...at/pq2jskl However, as of this writing, the said sites are inaccessible. Step 6 Click the Registry button in the CCleaner main window. Checking now... http://swiftinv.com/please-help/please-help-av-system-care-others-pls-check-my-log.html I'm afraid that I wasn't aware of them before now...

The problem is somewhat simialr to having a CPU intensive app loaded in another active user profile -- slow performance, keeps bouncing up to 100% for no apparent reason (to me Although it has been removed from your computer, it is equally important that you clean your Windows Registry of any malicious entries created by JS/Seeker.gen.e. Never done this before.Canoneman pointed me to a thread discussing postponing Restore activites until the PC was truly not busy.

Since that time, my PC CPU continually spikes up to 100% then back to normal.

I have Diskeeper which is faster than XP's lite version, and three partitions, but it does take a long time regardless. Home Software Products WinThruster DriverDoc WinSweeper SupersonicPC FileViewPro About Support Contact Malware Encyclopedia › Trojans › JS/Seeker.gen.e How to Remove JS/Seeker.gen.e Overview Aliases Behavior Risk Level: LOW Threat Name:JS/Seeker.gen.e Threat Family:JS/Seeker The only difference is that Reg/Seeker resides in a *.reg file rather than a Java script. Just delete it, clean your registry, if your homepage was hijacked..reset it..an thats it. · actions · 2002-Jun-1 3:33 pm · echo7Echo7join:2000-10-20Bayonne, NJ

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The intent of a trojan is to disrupt the normal functionality of a computer, gradually stopping it from working altogether. It removed a whole bunch of junk, but the problem remained. I again thank those who took the time to offer some help to an idiot 'samaritan,' beat up somewhere along the information superhighway. http://swiftinv.com/please-help/please-help-protection-system-is-attacking-me.html JS/Nemucod.ez (McAfee), JS/TrojanDownloader.Nemucod.LN (ESET-NOD32), JS:Trojan.JS.Downloader.EE (BitDefender) Spammed via email, Downloaded...

Started by jimmytodd , May 17 2004 10:02 PM Please log in to reply 16 replies to this topic #1 jimmytodd jimmytodd Junior TEG Forum Member Members 8 posts Posted 17 Once it infects your computer, JS/Seeker.gen.e executes each time your computer boots and attempts to download and install other malicious files. all of a... Run Backup1.reg and Backup2.reg from your Windows directory.JS.Seeker is also know as these names by other AV companies.____________________________________________________________»www.antivirus.com/vinfo/ ··· Eexploit1 - 10 of 25 records match your queryJS_EXCEPTION.LAliases: Exploit.Applet.ActiveXComponent, EXCEPTION.L, EXCEPTIONThis

My major concern is if I dont get a website finished very soon, we'll be out on the street come when rent comes due. The Trojan horse sometimes arrives as a file named Runme.hta, and runs only if Windows Scripting Host is installed.When JS.Seeker is executed, it makes several changes to the Windows registry.HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\Start Just telling you from my experience with the js seeker. Still no improvement . ..

But I don't know how or if that could have happened... It is believed that a script generating program may be involved in the creation of this trojan, which allows the author to specify different parameters. The welcome screen is displayed. An overheating problem?Up until that moment, my computer ran perfect -- no problems whatsoever, that I noticed anyway.

Step 8 Click the Fix Selected Issues button to fix registry-related issues that CCleaner reports.