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DSO Exploit -- SpyBot & AdAwareSE Won't Get Rid Of It

the phone company charged you $600? P.S. You might be the one that is being monitored instead. I bought Xoftspy after hearing so many people brag about it but I can run Xoftspy and it might find one or two spy or adware. weblink

You just not use it anymore. My work bought a license to download comand antivirus on it's machines and employee's home computers and am in the process of getting it to work. i fiddled with Norton syetmworks and internet secirity, re installing them and all of a sudden things strated workin again. Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases https://forums.techguy.org/threads/dso-exploit-spybot-adawarese-wont-get-rid-of-it.277446/

The fix-it program won't delete a lot of viruses but it tells where they are located and I can go in and take them out manually. T(om) Leo October 11, 2004 5:14 PM "Do I have to update IE in order for SpyBot to stop reporting the DOS exploit." As the article states, Spybot has a bug Can someone help?

  1. Even when ActiveX controls have been disabled, a DSO Exploit is capable of operating and invading a PC.
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  3. Microsoft released a patch some time ago addressing the problem which was also included in Service Pack 1 (As well as Service pack 2).
  4. Good job, johny7!!
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  6. An excerpt: Internet Explorer 6 is preinstalled by default in all versions of Windows XP.

im at the brink of formatting, can anyone give me any tips on> fixing this problem?>>> -- > KivvaWhat sort of pop ups? Download the Google Tool Bar, it's got a very good andsimple pop up blocker and it's free.Rob johnfApr 8, 2005, 10:42 AM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support (More info?)What are they related By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Anyways thanks for the help, I hope we can get this figured out eventually.

Jan 28, 2005 #23 zephead TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,569 simtel.net is now a fraction of what it once was, but still has some really cool software and utilities for dealing with i used spybot to fix problems, still pop-ups. sick of having to research and pay for software etc I do not really want a pc crammed with anti this and that! When you are patched, you can't be "unpatched".

try updating NAV and windows xp then retry removing the viruses. How do you get rid of it? You cant do much about it>> except close the pop-up.>> RocketMania is a good example - expect a pop-up at least once a week.>> Why on earth you tried to uninstall Internet options won't get rid of it.

Sharon October 13, 2004 8:34 PM Hi, Leo, Thanks for the link, but 'wow,' they suggest a lot of updates. this website Leo October 7, 2004 9:11 AM Visit Windows Update (This'll get you there: http://ask-leo.com/d-winupdate ) and follow the instructions to scan, and then possibly install, any critical updates. I just need to see if you need to clear out your system restore or not since the scnaners cannot delte those in the system restore area. I scanned with norton antivirus 2004 and i got like 14 viruses!

This is so I can give you proper assistance. have a peek at these guys To provide computer manufacturers greater flexibility in configuring desktop versions of Windows XP, Microsoft has made it possible for OEMs, administrators, and users to remove user access to Internet Explorer while Good luck. Thankyou, Lavender!

Lavender November 24, 2004 6:23 AM Hi, DSO exploit pops up when I do a Spybot scan, only it says and there is also something written in another language. I have noticed that spybot has only been finding a DSO exploit with five entries. The Tip Jar: Buy Leo a Latte! http://pseudoblog.net/dso-exploit/dso-exploit-spybot-results.html TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds.

Leo November 6, 2004 9:39 AM SPYBOT is reported to be fixed. All I found without checking for system/hidden files before were cookies. With persistent viruses/infected processes, we need to use a special tool and I don't know what type of infection you have until I see your log.

SpyBot reports the dos exploit on reboot.

After updating IE to the latest set of patches, folks using Spybot Search and Destroy may continue to see reports of the DSO Exploit as being a vulnerability on their machine. Stop posting patronising advice and just deal with it or go talk about something else. j. Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users.

Try using Ad-Aware SE, a free download, as well...I find something every time I load it."johnf" wrote:> What are they related to? Thanks for any further help. Scroll down it-use the bar-to get to the D's. http://pseudoblog.net/dso-exploit/dso-exploit.html Athlon XP 2800+ processor.

Good luck!! Again, as Leo says, as long as you are patched, you can safely choose to ignore the error. Or if you'd like, I can continue to help you, and I DO need a hijackthis log. -= Please download HijackThis! or CCleaner to do this automatically for you!

I have cleaned the registry once of the entires 1004 but can find no other entries as you describe. I have done the lastest windows updates, is that one in the same?? Got any advice on this one.....? You may also be interested in: Spybot Search and Destroy Net Integration Forums - DSO Exploit reappears after fixing 89 Comments avathor July 25, 2004 5:18 PM Thanx for your help.

Free's for Home users only. Miamistyle, Aug 15, 2004 #2 bobb39 Private E-2 Had the same problem myself and finally got rid of it by either using fix-it or Spysweeper by webroot, not sure which one Many of them are once added/cannot remove types. I envision an internet with a "no-spam" list in ten years...

If something goes wrong with your PC, run Hijack This! Idownloaed and installed AVG Free Edition for Windows. Leo October 5, 2004 11:38 AM Get one (or more) of several good spyware scanners and run 'em. What's a 'DSO exploit' and how do I get rid of it?

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