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Virus on computer -Windows security alert message pops up and sends me to to AV anti virus site for 49.95 Threat Win32/Nuqel.E

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I advice you update the antivirus on your system, perhaps to delete the virus threat on your system, after updating the virus on your system, scan you system to ensure it is virus free. nevertheless, look at the window if you can see anywhere to delete the virus, if none, no problem, just update the antivirus as said and scan your system afterward.

Take care.

Posted on Jul 09, 2010

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  • maurice452 Jul 09, 2010

    Running spyware unable to set restore points or open any programs.Internet Explore not working at all, Using Mozilla Firefox.

  • maurice452 Jul 09, 2010

    Anyone out there?

  • Sulaimon Jimoh Olayemi Jul 09, 2010


    ) Restore your pc to a previous date. go to
    Start>accessories>systemtools?>system restore.

    if that dint work try the following

    1) Download and install Malwarebytes and scan and remove infected
    files.(Google it and u will find it its free)

    2) If the above did not work. then try the following.

    *Disable any antivirus and firewalls that you might have
    install. if this doesn't fix the problem try this.

    *Unistall your antivirus. specially if its norton, then
    you can get NOD32 antivirus which is a better.

    3) For IE:

    In the browser, go to "Tools', 'Internet Options', "Connection",
    "LAN Settings" and uncheck all the boxes.

    For Firefox:

    In the browser, go to "Tools", "Options", "Advanced", "Network",
    "Settings" and check the "Direct connection to the Internet" button
    (leave all other buttons unchecked).

    4) If none of the aboved work for you try the following suggestions
    from previous ppl,

    a) Open a command prompt as an
    administrator--start>programs>accessories>start command
    prompt>right click and choose use as administrator.

    b)Type the following commands without the quotes:

    "Ipconfig /flushdns" and press Enter.

    "Netsh int ip reset" and press Enter

    Vista will then want to be rebooted. Go ahead and reboot.

    When it starts back up, again open command prompt as

    Type the following commands without the quotes:

    "Netsh winsock reset" Vista will then want to be rebooted. Go
    ahead and reboot.

    4) if all that dint work try the following:

    1. in the cml run "regsvr32 actxprxy.dll" and "regsvr32

    2. reboot windows

    if the above couldn't fix the issues, run the following extra

    egsvr32 mshtml.dll

    regsvr32 urlmon.dll

    regsvr32 msjava.dll

    regsvr32 shdocvw.dll

    regsvr32 browseui.dll

    regsvr32 actxprxy.dll

    regsvr32 oleaut32.dll

    regsvr32 shell32.dll

    and restart the system once again

    If all that dint work. I will suggest to get a copy of vista or
    windows xp and reformat your pc. by reformatting your pc u will lose all
    ur documents and files(pics,mp3s..etc) but it will solve the problem
    100% .

    Take care.


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SECURITY ALERT! Message resent! Please verify your account by carefully following the instructions in the email. Message Code: CA1

You might have some viruses and malware.

Start your PC and press F8 several times until the boot menu comes up. Then select "Safe Mode with Networking". Now get some or ALL of the FREE programs below.

Download, Install and Run Malwarebytes Anti-Malware:
When Installing choose the non-pro version.

Download, Unzip, Install and Run TDSSKiller:

Download, Install and Run Super Anti-Spyware:

If you have an outdated Anti-virus program then Download, Install and Run Avira Anti-Virus:
Make sure to select ALL of the "threat categories" when you install or configure Avira...

You should be in pretty good shape if you run and install all of these programs.

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To Remove ?Your Computer Might Be At Risk? Message from your computer tray

Continuing our HOW TO series,we’ll look at how to remove ‘Your Computer Might Be At Risk’ alerts coming up in the tray icon on Windows XP based PCs.
If you disable/turn off the default ‘Windows Firewall’ or if you turn off Automatic Updates(Not Recommended) or if you don’t have any updated anti-virus program running on your Windows XP based computer,you would see some annoying message/alert coming at the tray icon of your PC.
It is actually intended to alert the user,however many PC users find it annoying.
So follow the below points to turn it off.
Navigate to Start>Settings>Control Panel>Security Center
Once you’ve launched the security center,look at the left hand side of the window.
Look for the ‘Change the way security center alerts me’ under ‘Resources’ tab.
Uncheck all the options to completely turn off the security center alerts.That’s all,You’re done.
Note:However,it is Always highly recommended to turn on your firewall/automatic updates and update your anti-virus program.
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I help how to remove trojan/other virus from my window 7 laptop.please help me.

Here's a fee-based service to do it for you:

To detect the threat level, you may want to try the free (& advertised on TV) web site, but virus removal will cost $$ - they're happy to tell you you're infected for
free, though.

Here's Symantec's list of things to do:

If you suspect that your computer is infected with a threat or you receive a threat alert, and you want to make sure that your computer is secure.

You can perform a virus scan to eliminate any known threat from your computer. Scanning your computer for threats is easy if you follow the step-by-step instructions provided in this article. The scanning process may take an hour or more, depending on the number of files you have on your computer.

To detect and remove all the threats from your computer, follow these five steps:

• Install the latest virus definitions.

• Stop all running programs and temporarily disconnect the computer from any network.

• Run the virus scan.

• Install the latest Windows updates.

• Run a full system scan once again to ensure that there are no threats.

The first step is to check whether you can install the latest virus definitions, as some threats may block your access to all the security products' Web sites including Symantec's Web site. The subsequent steps vary depending on whether you can download the latest definitions from the Symantec Web site or not.

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Win32:Crypt-HXJ Trojan Virus

try to scan your computer with norton 2009.. it will remove all viruses fron pc

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Trojan Horses PSW.Generic7.APIQ, Win32, etc.


Boot into safe mode and go to your control panel > add or remove problem and delete the virus as a program on your pc.

After that please restore your computer to an earlier time when it worked bettrt.
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HOw to remove Win32 confi wrm in my xp... when i tried to delete using avast antivirus and virus removal tool.. it kills but again the same virus popups... please someone suggest me a solution to fix this...

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  • Step 3 Navigate to "HKEY_Local_Machine>System>CurrentControlSetup>Services>Browser>Parameters" by following each level in the navigation tree on the left of the window.
  • Step 4 Right click on the key "IsDomainMaster" in the right side of the window, click "Modify" and set the data entry to "False."
  • Step 5 Restart your computer.
  • Step 1 Navigate to Microsoft Support article 894391 (see Resources).
  • Step 2 Select the download appropriate for your computer's operating system. You will now be directed to the specific download site based on your previous selection.
  • Step 3 Click "Download" and then "Save File." Double click on the downloaded file to open the installation wizard.
  • Step 4 Follow the steps of the installation wizard to install the patch

  • The patch referenced here was sent to all computers running Windows Automatic Updates; if you regularly install these updates, your system should not have an issue with Generic Host Win32 errors. HOPE YOU DO IT... PLEASE RATE ME THANK YOU

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    Trojan downloader:win32/ problem

    try to activate your antivirus or if you have time backup all your data and reformat it and be sure you have the Anti Virus installer. And update you Anti Virus from time to time

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    Removal of virus

    I suggest you visit this website to get more info about how to remova adware and spyware.

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    Spyware cause the same effect as general browser pop-ups but they are usually powered by Browser Helper Objects, ActiveX controls which attaches to Internet Explorer and contacts their servers without your knowledge. This not only means waste of internet bandwidth, but your private information may also be sent to someone. You need to treat any outgoing connection without your permission, as a security threat.
    Along with your anti-virus software, you need to anti-spyware tools such as Ad-AwareSpybot Search & DestroySpyware Blaster at a bare minimum. You must update the pattern files before scanning just like what you do for your anti-virus software.

    • Use HOSTS file to block unwanted ad servers and sites that are known to spread malware
    • Increase your browser security settings. Visit the following link to learn how to protect the system from parasites.
    Dealing with Unwanted Spyware, Parasites, Toolbars and Search Engines
    (Site packed with full of security tips, advice to prevent parasites being installed)
    • Use an application-based firewall, such as Zone Alarm, Sygate etc. They alert you whenever an outgoing traffic by a new application is detected. By doing this, you are preventing dialers, Trojans accessing the internet. Give equal importance to the configuration of the firewall. Assume your firewall as the gatekeeper, and only allow programs that you want, to access the internet. You may then test the effectiveness of the Firewall (for inbound protection) using any of these websites. They scan your system for open ports and vulnerabilities and advice you what action to take.

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    Go HERE and run Trend Micro's Housecall on your computer.

    Also make sure you anti virus and spy sweeper software are up to date. New threat come up every day.

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