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  1. Hello, Could i please get some help in removing this malware?It would be greatly appreciated. ICE has locked my c drive. I still have access to slave and a remoteIn order to get online i have swtiched the slave to master but i know i need to switch back to repair.I have tried all 3 safe mode repair options to no avail. I cant slow the malware down enough to type even one wordI made a boot copy on a cd but nothing happens when i try to run but i am only inserting it because i cant open a control windowthat is where it is at ; (Possibly to make matters worse i reformatted my slave drive thinking
  2. I have an old desktop that runs WinXP that has the Department of Homeland Security ICE ransomeware. I can't boot into Safemode (Just restarts after hitting enter), It won't let me boot from USB and booting Last Known Good Config doesn't help either. I've tried to run OTLPENet.exe on a CD but it comes up an error with something like: "cda1000.sy_ (4096) at line 3540 d:\xpsrtm\base\boot\setup\setup.c " Can this be removed or am I basically up the creek without a paddle.. fighting giant aliens without a giant robot.. Clinton without a Monica? Am I doomed to reformat?
  3. I used the Kaspersky 10 Rescue Disk to remove the Ransomware and after being able to access the desktop I ran MBAM and DDS just to be safe but I want to know this system is good to go before all this happened as it's still being a bit sluggish. I've just attached the DDS logs but I can also post the MBAM if needed. DDS (Ver_2012-11-20.01) - NTFS_x86 Internet Explorer: 8.0.6001.18702Run by Owner at 11:37:02 on 2013-11-27Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition 5.1.2600.3.1252.1.1033.18.1023.608 [GMT -7:00].AV: OMG Total Protection OMG Total Protection *Enabled/Updated* {964FCE60-0B18-4D30-ADD6-EB17
  4. Hello, I'm running Windows 64 bit and have recently gotten what looks to be a bad version of the ICE Ransomware virus. I am unable to login to my account normally due to the ransom screen popping up immediately and going to the BSOD after several moments. None of the safe-mode options work. Even safe-mode with command prompt which is what I usually do in this kind of situation. I've always been able to use the rstrui.exe to solve this type of issue but not this time. When I enter my password and try to login in safe-mode it says "shutting down" and then "restarting" which it proceeds to do.
  5. Ran FRST here is the output (text file also attached, if needed): Scan result of Farbar Recovery Scan Tool (FRST.txt) (x64) Version: 01-09-2013 Ran by SYSTEM on MININT-TLEKQ88 on 01-09-2013 18:57:22 Running from G:\ Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1 (X64) OS Language: English(US) Internet Explorer Version 10 Boot Mode: Recovery The current controlset is ControlSet001 ATTENTION!:=====> If the system is bootable FRST could be run from normal or Safe mode to create a complete log. ==================== Registry (Whitelisted) ================== HKLM\...\Run: [intelWireless] - C:\Program
  6. Hi, got the darn ICE ransom virus/bug somehow on my Dell desktop running Windows XP w/SP3 I can't access the desktop to run Malwarebytes or any other spyware program that I have, I can get to a 'boot device menu' so I could run some type of cleaner off of a flash it seems. thanks
  7. Dearest Malwarebytes staff , I have contracted the Canadian "Polizei" version of the Ukash/Ransomware ICE virus within the last 24 hrs. I am using Windows VISTA Home Premium. After searching the corners of the internet for solutions, which there are a handful, I CANNOT flush this virus out. Unable to find solutions for my unique situation. Here is what I do: I press F8 upon new startAdvanced Boot Options is displayed, and I've tried selecting "Safe Mode", "Safe Mode with Networking", and "Safe Mode with Command Prompt".Upon being met with the user log-in screen, I enter my password hoping
  8. I followed the instructions on the site and used FRST64 tool. Need help to proceed further. Would really appreciate help to remove the block! I have attached the first.txt with this.FRST.txt My Lenovo computer runs Windows 7
  9. ICE ransomware has taken control. Can I run malware off a bootable USB?
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