How do I remove All-In-One Telcom Dialer parasite.

  Peter-201580 20:44 27 Jun 2004

I used the free scan on Noadware which told me I had the this parasite. I do not own a credit card, so could not buy the software to eliminate this parasite. I also have the Download Accelerator Plus cookie according to Noadware. Any ideas, as I get Casino Palazzo page when I boot up.

  the pie eater 20:46 27 Jun 2004

Will spybot software remove it it got rid of all my dialers

  GANDALF <|:-)> 20:49 27 Jun 2004

Adaware should dump it click here click here


  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 20:52 27 Jun 2004

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  gudgulf 20:57 27 Jun 2004

click here

Download,install,update and run Adaware and Spybot S&D from the above link.

Whilst you are on the site also download Spyware Blaster and Spyware guard.Install these one you have cleaned your system with Adaware and Spybot to stop unwanted adware/spywear etc getting on to your pc in the first place.

  Night Ryder 21:02 27 Jun 2004

This is a nasty one. I had this on my system a while ago. I would exit the icon that appeard on the task bar and delete all traces of it from my system but it just came back time and time again.
I cleared the problem finaly by downloading and installing the following software. All these are free so are limited, but did the trick.

Ad-aware 6.0

I also have the Google taksbar installed which has a popup blocker.

I no longer see any of this kind of rubbish on my system.

  Peter-201580 19:53 02 Jul 2004

I started Norton in safe mode & found that the Auto Protect had been turned off & so had the e-mail scan. I had been getting alerts that I had the [email protected]!enc virus, but when I did a scan Norton told me I was clear. But I kept getting the alerts, even after using the Netsky fixtool. So I uninstalled Norton & installed AVG which found 13 viruses. However it could not get rid of Java/ByteVerify. Any ideas. I have tried Ad aware, System Mechanic. I also installed the evaluation version of Trojan Hunter, which told me I had 4 Possible trojan files. I have tried clearing the Temp Internet files on my browser, which is Opera. But to no avail.

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