System Security virus

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Anybody know a good guide for getting rid of this thing?  Malwarebytes will
clean it, but it's restored when the computer restarts.



Re: System Security virus

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Re: System Security virus

On Sat, 25 Jul 2009 08:21:52 -0700, "The Real Truth MVP"

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Correction: That should read "DON'T use that software." It's stolen
and you can't trust it.

Cawme

Re: System Security virus - PCBUTTS Exposed as a pirate/thief

says...
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Well, not a single person will download your pirated code now that you
exposed yourself as the PIRATE/THIEF we all have said you are.

The file you claim to have known about, claim to have submitted to anti-
virus sites, the file named "obatssrsghde.exe" was a marker inserted
into Stuarts batch file you stole from him, it was is a KEY that proves
you're a thief:

For those that don't know, Stuart inserted the obatssrsghde.exe marker
into his batch file to prove, to the community, that PCBUTTS1 / The Real
Truth MVP is actually a lying thief, and PCBUTTS admitted in his own
post that he created the marker and claimed to know what it was - even
claimed to have submitted the malware to anti-virus vendors, but the
joke was on him, Stuart told everyone in the community about it BEFORE
it appeared in PCBUTTS1 download.... There is no actual file named
obatssrsghde.exe in the malware community, it was a ruse.

The key is in the spelling:

obatssrsghde.exe
pcbuttsthief

If you change (add) 1 character to each letter you will see that
"obatssrsghde" is actually the marker "pcbuttsthief" - proving that
PCBUTTS1 is a thief.

Are there other markers - YES, does PCBUTTS1 know about them - know,
they've been there for a long time, but this is the most obvious one.

Face it Chris/PCBUTTS1/TRT, you've exposed yourself in public.

--
You can't trust your best friends, your five senses, only the little
voice inside you that most civilians don't even hear -- Listen to that.  
Trust yourself.
spam999free@rrohio.com (remove 999 for proper email address)

Re: System Security virus - PCBUTTS Exposed as a thief

says...
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Well, not a single person will download your pirated code now that
you've exposed yourself as the PIRATE/THIEF we all have said you are.

The file you claim to have known about, claim to have submitted to anti-
virus sites, the file named "obatssrsghde.exe" was a marker inserted
into Stuarts batch file you stole from him, it was is a KEY that proves
you're a thief:

For those that don't know, Stuart inserted the obatssrsghde.exe marker
into his batch file to prove, to the community, that PCBUTTS1 / The Real
Truth MVP is actually a lying thief, and PCBUTTS admitted in his own
post that he created the marker and claimed to know what it was - even
claimed to have submitted the malware to anti-virus vendors, but the
joke was on him, Stuart told everyone in the community about it BEFORE
it appeared in PCBUTTS1 download.... There is no actual file named
obatssrsghde.exe in the malware community, it was a ruse.

The key is in the spelling:

obatssrsghde.exe
pcbuttsthief

If you change (add) 1 character to each letter you will see that
"obatssrsghde" is actually the marker "pcbuttsthief" - proving that
PCBUTTS1 is a thief.

Are there other markers - YES, does PCBUTTS1 know about them - know,
they've been there for a long time, but this is the most obvious one.

Face it Chris/PCBUTTS1/TRT, you've exposed yourself in public.

--
You can't trust your best friends, your five senses, only the little
voice inside you that most civilians don't even hear -- Listen to that.  
Trust yourself.
spam999free@rrohio.com (remove 999 for proper email address)

Re: System Security virus - PCBUTTS Exposed as a thief

says...
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And it could be that I'm smarter than you appear to understand, it could
be that one can draw a troll out into public and prove to others that
the person is a troll by playing the game.

The same is true by making people aware of the facts concerning PCBUTTS1
being a thief. You are more than capable of bypassing a thread, at least
most people that read usenet are also smart enough to bypass threads or
content they don't like - it's still a free Usenet.

--
You can't trust your best friends, your five senses, only the little
voice inside you that most civilians don't even hear -- Listen to that.  
Trust yourself.
spam999free@rrohio.com (remove 999 for proper email address)

Re: System Security virus - PCBUTTS Exposed as a thief

@www.ecn.org:

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Killfilter?


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Regards,
Dustin Cook
Malware Researcher
MalwareBytes - http://www.malwarebytes.org
  


Re: System Security virus

I seem to have gotten rid of most of it by way of a full scan using
Malwarebytes (thanks Singapore).  The scan eliminated whatever was causing
the initial sypmtoms (I no longer get the system security warnings).  I
still have a couple of annoying symptoms, however.  I get an error message
on startup which says "svchost.exe has encountered a problem and needs to
close", and secondly, a restart also wipes my username and PW from website
forums, which I then have to re-enter to log in.  It's odd because it
doesn't do that with the one paysite I currently have a membership to.
Also, I'm still finding about 8 infected files (instead of 11 or 12 as
before) when I run the Malwarebytes scan on startup.  So while the computer
is functioning decently, something is still amiss.  Anyone have any ideas
about this?

Thanks for any input.


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Re: System Security virus


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http://www.malwarebytes.org/forums /

This is probably where you should have started in the first place. We tend
to know our software better than someone may on usenet. IE: You'll get the
help you need from there.



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Regards,
Dustin Cook
Malware Researcher
MalwareBytes - http://www.malwarebytes.org
  


Re: System Security virus



RKH wrote:
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Try the free version of SAS (SuperAntiSpyware).



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