• shdocpv.dll – virus – hijack problem

    Hi, I'm sorry if I had chosen the wrong recipient. I am running Windows 2000. When I open my browser (IE 6.0) I get this:res://shdocpv.dll/blank.htmOrres://C:WinntSystem32shdocpv.dllsecurity.htm Please help me to get rid of this. Thanks!

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  • Data vs. perimeter vs. network security

    A short time ago, author Wes Noonan wrote some tips for SearchWindowsSecurity.com about deperimeterization. He explained how security is always pitted against business needs, and perimeters have become porous because businesses require traffic from SMTP, HTTP or VPNs to pass through the firewall....

    RobynLorusso230 pointsBadges:
  • Delivery Failures for mail I did not send – Spoofing or Trojan

    I'm getting delivery failures for email I didn't send. It's probabaly someone spoofing my account, but could it be a trojan sending emails directly via SMTP? How can I tell? Is there a way to query the SMTP service for a list of sent emails?

    Eag5 pointsBadges:
  • Unknown Threats

    Apart from honeypots, what are the different methods to find unknown threats which are prevalent? How do I find methods to mitigate them. PS: all the vulnerabilities are known to all the n/w administrators and then can take measures to mitigate attacks but this doesn't happen..Hackers are at least...

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  • Manipulation Engine Definition

    Hi all! I've read the term "manipulation engine" (related to passwords) in a couple of papers but aside from guessing could not find a proper definition of it (not even in this website !!!). Can anyone please redirect me to / provide a clear definition of this term, related to "Security"? Many...

    DiegoDH275 pointsBadges:
  • End-user awareness education for company newsletter

    I have been given the task of developing user awareness 1-pager fact sheets to be distributed on a monthly basis in our company newsletter and posted on our intranet. I can write these from scratch but was hoping not to have to reinvent the wheel. Help?

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  • TROJAN DELETION

    I acquired a TROJAN that has become a bit of a problem to get rid. I have tried reformatting my FLASH drive since thats where it originated with no results. It has jumped to my laptop and though it does not seem to be causing a problem i still would like to clear it. I have change virus protection...

    Triton5 pointsBadges:
  • WindowsXP: TrojanByte.Verify

    I understand about restoring the computer. However, for right now, how do I rid this virus from my computer? Norton finds it, but when I click "remove" it doesn't remove it like it usually does. I'm not sure how to set up firewalls, but I'll find that out later too. Any tips about removing it from...

    Question125 pointsBadges:
  • Virus protection/removal

    I am re-imaging 12 pcs in a local network. The clients of my network are between the ages of 5 and 16. And have to be acessible to them during my installations and hardening. We havent been approved for $ to cover the anti-virus cost, yet. so i'm out there like a sitting duck until I can proceed....

    Deliverance40 pointsBadges:
  • Trojan.ByteVerify & Downloader Virus

    Hi, My system has been infected with two Trojan.ByteVerify and one Downloader virus. I am using Windows Vista and the above virsuses were detected by Norton Security Scan that I have on my system. However, I have not bought the antivirus software yet so all the definations are not updated. I called...

    Bangu5 pointsBadges:
  • Signatures of Trojans

    How can I verify that there are no trojans on my network?  I would like to know where I can find signatures for the latest inceptions of the biggies in the trojan world.  I do not trust my anti-virus program and want to manually check md5s of files that trojans infect.  

    AndrewGauger105 pointsBadges:
  • Paladin Antivirus software removal

    How do I remove the Paladin Antivirus program?

    Sanlucaspio5 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    Redrose0 pointsBadges:
  • mutiple security programs

    Is it ok to have 3 different security programs. To make sure as much spyware, viruses, and worms be identafied as possible?

    Quietthyme5 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    DboiSOBE0 pointsBadges:
  • 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,...

    Kevins740 pointsBadges:
  • 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...

    jwise41020 pointsBadges:
  • 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

    Kit1230 pointsBadges:
  • Have trouble deleting repeated Trojan Horse virus on computer using Symantec Endpoint Protection 11?

    I am having trouble getting rid of a repeating Trojan Horse virus on a computer using Symantec Endpoint Protection Version 11.0.4202.75. I have done the following: performed full scan in safe mode, used Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer, disconnected computer from network, updated virus...

    XavierD80 pointsBadges:
  • Dos attack

    I have been receiving security alert messages from our firewall nearly everyday. e.g TCP Packet - Source:144.120.8.89,39341 Destination:192.168.1.1,25 - [DOS] TCP Packet - Source:210.7.0.36,3473 Destination:210.7.12.23,135 - [DOS] Thu, 2006-10-19 16:30:03 - UDP Packet -...

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