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  1. There was a file that I downloaded onto my PC that ended up on my list of Programs - it's called "Zip Extractor Packages," and clicking on it also installed some known malware programs. I'm not sure if it's a virus, malware, a benign or dangerous PUP or something else, but since there are only a few dozen Google hits on this, I'm wondering if it's brand new, what its effects are, and how to fully remove any remnants of it. Unfortunately I don't have a copy or screen shot to attach, since my PC went to Geek Squad and they said all malware/viruses were removed. But since it may be a brand ne
  2. I have malware on my system called "Zip Extractor Packages" but since there are only a few dozen Google hits on this, I'm wondering if it's brand new and how to remove it. I'm also concerned that the site MalwareTips.com may be perpetuating malware, since they didn't post my post on this Here's what happened: I downloaded two mp3/WMA splitters that came in a zip pack (I think it was from cnet, and it was "MP3 WMA Cutter" & another, but my PC is in the shop so I'm not sure of the 2nd one). Two days later I noticed that I couldn't update my AVG free, then I closed my Firefox browsers
  3. I have updated removed and reinstalled mbam pro. I am unable to have it detect any virus/maleware for months now I am now infected by v9 ad.yieldmanager and searchnu I don't want to take advice from google anymore and go deeper into the rabbit hole. Win7 Ultimate 64 bit Malwarebytes Anti-Malware (PRO) 1.70.0.1100 www.malwarebytes.org Database version: v2013.01.21.06 Windows 7 Service Pack 1 x64 NTFS Internet Explorer 9.0.8112.16421 John McGlaughlin :: DEVELOPMENT [administrator] Protection: Enabled 1/21/2013 2:22:44 PM mbam-log-2013-01-21 (14-22-44).txt Scan type: Full scan (B:\|C:\|D:\|G:\|M:
  4. Hey guys, I have tried everything possible to get rid of a redirect and error 105 problem which I believe is being caused by SearchNu and Partner37 malware. I had used malwarebytes, ESET online scanner, Spybot-Search and Destroy and they had all found something and removed it, but the error 105 and redirect still happens. After rescanning even on safe mode none of the scanners show signs of any malware, however the error 105 still appears with searchnu in the URL address bar. Also, the really odd thing is, the internet on my other machines have also been going slow, is it possible this virus o
  5. Hi, So two or three days ago I was infected by the searchnu redirect virus. I found instructions and removed it manually, though I don't think I did a complete and thorough job, because now my connection has ground to a near halt and my laptop sounds like it's running in overdrive. I've run Malwarebytes with no luck, and McAfee is also not picking up a thing. I've pasted my OTL report below, and attached my OTL Extras file and DDS and Attach files because the forum told me my post was too long to paste more in. Could somebody kindly take a look and see if you can spot what's going on? Many tha
  6. Hello! I have been infected with searchnu for some time. I followed the instructions using dds and will now post the logs that were generated. Thank you for your help--it is much appreciated. eta: I am confused. Am I supposed to copy and paste the logs or attach them? I think I'm supposed to attach them. If not, I can copy and paste. Let me know if I did it wrong. attach.txtdds.txt
  7. Hi There the other day my pc got infected with this searchnu malware, it changed my search engine and home page on google chrome, i changed the serach engine back but cant change my home page????? I have uninstalled everything associated and run avg and malwarebytes a few times as well as OTL and freefixer but no matter what i do it defaults back to this stupid home search page ??? Im pretty good with comps but this one has me beat can you guys please help its very frustrating!!!! Thanks steve
  8. Hi There the other day my pc got infected with this searchnu malware, it changed my search engine and home page on google chrome, i changed the serach engine back but cant change my home page????? I have uninstalled everything associated and run avg and malwarebytes a few times as well as OTL and freefixer but no matter what i do it defaults back to this stupid home search page ??? Im pretty good with comps but this one has me beat can you guys please help its very frustrating!!!! Thanks steve
  9. My last post Searchnu Nuisance seems to have been deleted as I was in the process of replying, to continue: Ok, thank you. All done as per instructions. It is still coming up as the first tab in Google Chrome though :-/ I will attach the files this time so as the thread won't be exceedingly long..Your assistance once again would be greatly appreciated. By the way this came about from trying to stream football the other week from Firstrow.eu!Also I noticed my Random Access Memory RAM gauge has been ticking at around 35% since - used to sit at 1% or nothing - strange! Also I didn't get an otl.ex
  10. Hi, I am an owner of malwarebytes pro and I somehow was able to contract the searchnu virus. If you could help me out I would greatly appreciate it. I will be posting my dds and attach in the following reply.
  11. Please help me get rid of searchnu.com/406 redirect. I believe i got it with ilivid download, foolish me. Thanks for all the help - raviaditya
  12. Malware is redirecting Firefox to www.searchnu.com/406. I have attached a screen shot showing the redirect. Neither F-Secure nor Malwarebytes has removed this problem. Please advise on what to do. There is little online about this issue and most sites discussing it seem to be fraudulent. Ran dds but only one file created which I have attached. Please assist. DDS.txt
  13. Hi! I can't remove www.searchnu.com in my firefox browser even I've already uninstall it's component. Please help me. I've already run OTL scan Please check my OTL.txt and Extras.txt below
  14. I am copying in my OTL and Extra log outputs below. Please review and hopefully send me a fix. Thank you, OTL LOG: OTL logfile created on: 4/23/2012 4:08:52 PM - Run 1 OTL by OldTimer - Version 3.2.41.0 Folder = C:\Users\John\Desktop 64bit- Ultimate Edition Service Pack 1 (Version = 6.1.7601) - Type = NTWorkstation Internet Explorer (Version = 9.0.8112.16421) Locale: 00000409 | Country: United States | Language: ENU | Date Format: M/d/yyyy 5.99 Gb Total Physical Memory | 2.50 Gb Available Physical Memory | 41.68% Memory free 11.98 Gb Paging File | 6.85 Gb Available in Paging File | 57.16% Pag
  15. Hey Everyone, OK, this morning I realized that my fiance's computer's Firefox homepage was directed to searchnu.com/406. First I searched for newly-installed applications, hoping that simple uninstallation would solve the issue. Unfortunately, I could not find any new applications, and she does not remember installing anything new in the last few days. Next we tried a system restore, but the computer keeps failing to successfully restore to a previous state. After more online research, I found this (http://forums.malwar...howtopic=107847) thread. I did the instructions per Maniac, and my
  16. Well logged into my girlfriend's laptop today and behold the virus magnet that she is had managed to contract this redirect as her homepage, I've been searching now to rid the issue but to no avail. I attempted to run the OTL.exe file to extract the needed logs that I noticed are needed but have hit a hangup when it tries to scan the modules which leads the program to be unresponsive. I am at a standstill at this point and have not gotten anywhere with any anti-virus i have ran. Would really appreciate any help that I can get at this point... Thanks in advance, --Dalton
  17. Hi, I'm having real trouble getting rid of searchnu which comes up every time I open firefox, wondered if you could help me? Thanks- Cait ps I'm really bad with computers so please go basic!
  18. How do I remove this? Malwarebites isn't doing the trick. I have a funny feeling its still here. Thanks!
  19. I acquired the searchnu.com/406 browser hijacker while stupidly torrenting. It has taken over as the homepage for Mozilla and Chrome, but not Internet Explorer. I uninstalled the iLivid and deleted the searchnu add-on, however it still remains. I downloaded Malwarebytes anti-malware (free) and ran a quick scan, however it did not seem to catch it. What are your recommendations to do next? Run a full scan? I tried looking up the registry keys to delete, however I could not locate them. Thanks
  20. Malware is redirecting Firefox to hxxp://www.searchnu.com/406 Neither F-Secure nor your malware removal has removed this problem. Please advise on what to do. There is little online about this issue and most sites discussing it seem to be fraudulent. Ran dds but only one file created which I have attached. Please assist. Link Broken -screen317 DDS.txt
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