• Win XP Pro SP3 Way Too Slow, after a spyware attack, and already cleaned it!!

    hi, i have a P4 3.0ghz system, with Win XP Pro SP3 & ie7 tht is running very very slow in anything and everything after a spyware attack. even openning a new ie7 browser take 20-sec's... i have P4 3.ghz, 1gb Ram , 80gbHD, PC Cillin IS 08 updated... and got the spyware, and had it removed already...

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  • trojan horse downloader

    hi i have a win NT4.0 sp6 server.its a DNS and web server. from few days the IE was redirecting the sites to some search engines.when i scaned with AVG it detected some trojan horse downloader.i healed the trojan and restarted the DNS.the problem was solved.but after some hours the problem arise...

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  • Scanning the entire network for spyware

    Is it possible to scan the entire network for spyware/viruses? We are all running Windows 7 with 2008 AD.

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  • Malware turned system restore off through group policy

    system restore turned off thru grouppolicy...  help  spy ware bug  and cant remove    antimalware doctor

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  • Keylogging

    Good day, Does anyone have any information on how one can see if a Keylogging program has been installed on their personal computer, i.e., are they are free software applications that can scan your system to see if spyware, malware or a keylogging program has been inserted? Any info. would be much...

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  • Is there spyware which can detect the identity of a person who leaves an anonymous message on a bebo page?

    Is there such a thing as spyware which can detect the identity of a person who leaves an anonymous message on a bebo page?

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  • How can I tell if there’s a keylogger installed on my computer?

    A WhatIs.com member wants to know: Is there any "test" one can do to see if a Keylogger program has been accidentally downloaded as a result of installing a new program? How can you find out if a Keylogger program is on your system?

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  • Hidden Spyware on my computer?

    I have a problem with my e-mails where if somebody sends me a picture, when I go to open it, it opens in picture viewer and when I scroll to the left or right, it shows images of things I have looked at either on my computer or on the internet. It pops up on the e-mail as image001.jpg. I have CA...

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  • Free antivirus and spyware to pinpoint virus source

    We are looking for a free antivirus and spyware solution with a server. We want to see who is contracting viruses and where the problem areas lie. We would like it to be an open source product if possible, but all recommendations are appreciated.

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  • Desktop user appears to have logged in after hours but has no remote access

    A user (xx) came in to work to find their logon screen displaying another user name (yy) which would indicate that yy had successfully logged on using that desktop. However, neither xx nor yy were present at 11:00pm when the logon took place (as listed in the event viewer log), as the office is...

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  • Mobile spyware

    Good afternoon, I would like to ask if the mobile softwares that filter the sms and calls on white lists & black lists are a spyware that could attack my privacy. Softwares like Mcleaner & Black & White Guard 1.06 from CMI Technologies in Czech? Also is Kaspersky Mobile Security 9 a good guard to...

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  • Network Connection Freezes

    For some reason, at random, among 20 PCs on my network, in the morning or during the day, the network connection stops responding for both intranet and internet communications. The only solution thus far is to remove the NIC from the Device Manager, reboot the PC, and let Windows XP Pro find the...

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  • Best practices involving admin rights for user on user system

    We are currently in the middle of figuring out the approach we are going to take in regard to a user having admin rights on their system. Typcially we set up a new user as an administrator on their system when they are logged into the domain. They don't have a local admin account on the system,...

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  • Found Trojan.ByteVerify on my computer

    Hi All, Symantec recently discovered Trojan.ByteVerify on my computer. I run system checks weekly and am always cautious about the e-mails I open, the web sites I go to and what I click on, so I was pretty surprised to find I had a Trojan. It was quarantined and removed, but I'm worried about what...

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  • Cross-site scripting attacks

    I'm looking for advice on cross-site scripting. What can these attacks do and what can I do to protect Web sites/applications against them? Are there any resources you recommend? Thanks

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  • Dos attack

    I have been receiving security alert messages from our firewall nearly everyday. e.g TCP Packet - Source:,39341 Destination:,25 - [DOS] TCP Packet - Source:,3473 Destination:,135 - [DOS] Thu, 2006-10-19 16:30:03 - UDP Packet -...

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  • Penetration Testing.

    Hi!! Good Morning. I have a simple question for you today. I intend to have a penetration testing done for all of my 3 sites - My US Office, My India Office & My US Datacenter. Can you suggest any trustworthy site which can offer me a free reliable scan? Also, I would like to have you suggestion on...

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  • FU_RootKit.B – need removal

    I believe that a user at my company has gotten a RootKit installed on her laptop. Research on the Internet particularly at http://sandbox.norman.no/live_2.html?logfile=810935 leads me to think that the malware is an updated version of the FU_RootKit. I say updated because the registry keys and...

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  • Selecting an area within security to start

    Hi, I'm studying for an MSc in Information Security from Royal Holloway University of London, I have a B.Engg. degree in computers and a PG Diploma in Networking and Communication as well as the CCSA and CCNA. I'm also studying for the CISSP. Now, with all these qualifications, could you please...

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  • Paranoid about protecting my MAC address–Please read my story

    What is the easiest way to protect your MAC address against spoofing? In 2004 I was the victim of a hacker that somehow spoofed my Cable Modem Mac address and used it to cover his identity while serving copyright material thru the internet. I was unsuspecting until my ISP one day suspended my...

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