Help needed please

  Lord Isleworth 11:34 27 Dec 2005

Hi when connecting to internet today my homepage reverts to click here
checked homepage settings and it still says BBC etc, i have macafee antivirus running and firewall up etc, have used spybot and also ran spysweeper. Still this page comes up, tried a system restore and it won't restore, i have firefox and this works fine so any ideas please??

  VoG II 11:37 27 Dec 2005

Try CWShredder click here

  Gongoozler 11:41 27 Dec 2005

See if this page helps click here

  john-232317 11:42 27 Dec 2005

Download and run BHOdemon click here it runs in the background and stops browser helpers, you may not be able to update it for a while though. click here

  Freddog™ 11:44 27 Dec 2005

What a fake site!
I use Mozilla Firefox and I went on it and it said they know your using firefox bla blah.
So I used IE and it said the same thing, and the IP adress is wrong!

  john-232317 11:46 27 Dec 2005

Sorry put in wrong link. click here

  john-232317 11:53 27 Dec 2005

I use Opera,but used IE and it said I used Mozzilla.;-)

  Lord Isleworth 11:54 27 Dec 2005

I ran spy no more and it has found the ZLOB trojan but now wants 40 quid to remove it - tried shredder didn't work, what will get rid of this please??

  Freddog™ 11:56 27 Dec 2005

Don't trust it, don't buy anything to do with it.
Block it with your firewall if you can.

  VoG II 11:58 27 Dec 2005

Try running Ewido click here

When installing, under "Additional Options" untick..

Install background guard

Install scan via context menu

Launch ewido, there should be an icon on your desktop, double-click it.

The program will now open to the main screen.

You will need to update ewido to the latest definition files. On the left hand side of the main screen click Update. Then click on Start Update.

Click on Scanner then Complete System Scan and the scan will begin. You will be prompted to clean the first infection. Select "Perform action on all infections", then proceed.

If that doesn't fix it, a² click here

  Lord Isleworth 12:17 27 Dec 2005

from what's been said above is this a low threat to the pc?

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