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Security researchers have warned that the exploit -- which takes advantage of known loopholes in SP2 -- could allow an attacker to run script code on a user's system via a Insolado May 25, 2005 2:31 PM Hola! but ist still ther in zipped files. Oddly enough this exact same set of circumstances happened to a coworker this week. http://pseudoblog.net/dso-exploit/dso-exploit-spybot-results.html

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Thanks to all your information, I know I can safely ignore as I am up to date with all my updates etc. Thanks Leo September 18, 2004 7:58 PM No, that's probably not related to DSO exploit in anyway. Must I do this if I never use IE unless I am forced and I have Zone Alarm running constantly? by Leo A.

How can I know if I'm up-to-date? Got any advice on this one.....? You can read the thread there and make your own decisions. When it was not disabled on unpatched PC's, it was possible for malicious code to be run on your PC without your consent.

The first problem can be avoided by disabling the "Drag and drop or copy and paste files" option, but the new exploit doesn't rely on this particular bug Anne February 5, John Susi September 14, 2005 8:05 AM Dso canot be removed with spyware programs.the reason is that it comes with a Dll. You can e-mail or IM me and I will walk you through the process. Anyone knopw if I can put them thru the McAfee shredder with a hope of success Or will it hide them and let them operate matt November 22, 2005 3:14 AM

if you leave dso in your registry you may begin have a problem with your internet.Spybot will find dso but will not remove it.Dso may remain on a disk that you Dracarius September 14, 2004 9:44 PM Try this! You will find that 'DSO' exploit has been eliminated. I had thought an update meant they were working from the same basic material and were only tweaking it.

  • bubba August 25, 2005 1:47 PM try this: http://www.pchell.com/support/dsoexploit.shtml Rich E August 25, 2005 8:02 PM I have many protections on my computer, they are: Spybot search&destroy Spyware Blaster Microsofts antispyware
  • Today I tried to install SP2, with my Windows XP home edition.
  • Should I be concerned about how much space these updates will take?
  • henkey users/software microsoft/internet settings/ zones.
  • you must have the latest programme of spybot installed for it to work.
  • The danger can also be lessened by setting security levels to high for the "Internet" zone or, as several security firms pointed out, using another browser.
  • Spybot can't fix the DSO exploit but it does tell you exactly where to find it.

To fix the problem (which is the vulnerability, not getting rid of the exploit) I used a small program, which is a freebie, by the name DSO Stop 2. http://ask-leo.com/whats_a_dso_exploit_and_how_do_i_get_rid_of_it.html Select 'ignore product' in the left column. Create a new DWORD called 1004 by right clicking on the folder which contained this entry (normally "0"), select New, DWORD value. A further comment...

Internet options won't get rid of it. have a peek at these guys Leo September 5, 2004 10:00 PM As stated in the article, there is no need to do that. I thought the problem with the Spybot Search & Destroy program had been solved with a fix in one of its updates? This question has nothing to do with DSO.

Thanks DJ Kinney September 14, 2004 6:11 AM All this advice hinges on the fact that staying up-to-date with patches will solves the problem. 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. Hope this helps, as it is "to the best of my knowledge" and "as I understand it". (L9)Ron Nichole September 13, 2004 10:09 AM This may be a stupid question but http://pseudoblog.net/dso-exploit/dso-exploit-spybot-adawarese-won-t-get-rid-of-it.html Even if you are up to date on your Microsoft Patches, like I am, programs like Spybot Search and Destroy will keep reporting it.

PhantomSteve September 18, 2004 8:51 AM > Today I tried to install SP2.... Thankyou, Lavender! Dave September 22, 2004 11:28 AM For those asking about IE patches: http://www.windowsupdate.com is where you want to go.

You still have Internet Explorer on your machine, and it's used by certain applications, and is required for things like Windows Update.

willl August 3, 2004 6:44 PM i can't get rid of it and my critical updates from microsoft wont load. The 2 detections they added to that category today, which is where the DSO detections are coming from are "Zonemap.Domains" and "Zonemap.Ranges". To clarify for subsequent readers: DSO *is* something you want to fix. Groundhog Day, LOL (10 Photos) Random Photo: Health Cure Random Photos: Super Bowl Memes (15 Photos) MajorGeeks.Com » Anti-Malware » All-In-One Anti-Malware Suites » Spybot - Search and Destroy DSO Exploit

j. K-Lite Codec Pack Full2. These types of spyware can be difficult to remove, and if removal is successful, it often returns soon after. http://pseudoblog.net/dso-exploit/dso-exploit.html I have cleaned the registry once of the entires 1004 but can find no other entries as you describe.

If you've patched IE and are up to date with current Microsoft Patches, then you're safe, even if a DSO exploit is reported. I have chosen myself to click on each one of these (5 in my case) and then right click and I chose ''exclude this DETECTION from future scans''. Researchers have identified three separate, but related issues in IE. nat November 12, 2004 3:18 AM dale edens you said " Select 'ignore product' in the left column." but wont that jsut simply igbore the DSO?...

Go to the run command on your start menu and type in "regedit", then just follow the path to the source listed in the Spybot search results and delete it manually. If it annoys you to see it turn up in the scan, tell the scan to ignore it or modify the registry to correct the problem manually, but there is really It's because there is a sort of confusion even amongst some professionals. Just my personal opinion and settings Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Me too by juanabud / August 19, 2005 12:11 PM PDT In reply to: Disable Spybot S&D

If you don't find your answer, head out to http://askleo.com/ask to ask your question. it was not like this befor Grahame Gould October 1, 2004 1:33 AM Hey, Leo, I must give you a massive congratulation on your response. Linda Bond September 3, 2004 4:29 PM Leo, My brotherinlaw's son, Kevin Goodier told me you were the best at this. If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post).

ive used the following programs to get rid of them with no luck: Search and destroy Spyware doctor ad-adware se personal spywareblaster and yet i still have these dialers!!! Click here to Register a free account now! The new exploit is fully automated, requiring the user only to visit a Web page in Explorer. I d/l'ed a prog.

John Doe February 5, 2005 3:17 PM You can find the solution to your DSO Exploit problems here http://www.icervasoftware.ca/Home/DSOExploit.asp Marina February 6, 2005 12:06 PM I dont know what causes the BleepingComputer.com can not be held responsible for problems that may occur by using this information. Im of two minds to pull the plug reinstall my system to its virgin state and not venture onto the net except via the public library , why cant some one Visit our Support Forums for help or drop an email to mgnews @ majorgeeks.com to report mistakes.

jim September 9, 2004 6:11 PM Hi John, As Leo says, as long as you are fully patched there is no need to concern yourself with the DSO exploit. Leo February 17, 2005 8:29 PM No, and yes.

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