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Antispyware 2012 and DHCP problem...


JosephJ

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First off, I want to thank everyone for the help and suggestions I'll hopefully get. It is very much appreciated.

The problem started last night while browsing the internet using Firefox. I got the dreaded windows security/antispyware 2012 attack. With all of it's multiple pop-ups. I've dealt with this problem twice before by using Malwarebytes or Microsoft Security Essentials. I usually start my computer in safe mode with networking, do a sweep, restart, and it's all good. Not this time. The virus isn't seeming to go away. After multiple sweeps with both programs, I can't seem to kill. Worst part is, I seemed to have disabled my internet connection! I'm stuck on "identifying". When I restart Windows normally, the virus comes back, once I close out all of the pop-up windows, I ran a network diagnostic and it said there was a problem with the DHCP. The worst part is, it's not letting me do a system restore either! It's very very stressful.

Here my specs

1.) I use MalwareBytes and Microsoft Security Essentials. I currently cannot access my firewall.

2.) I'm using a router to send signal to a laptop in the same apartment.

3.) I currently have MalwareBytes installed.

4.) The last time I was able to update was 10 days ago. No internet access at the moment.

5.) I've run multiple scans and get the same four things. I delete them and they seem to come back.

I'm using Windows Vista.

Please help!

Joseph

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  • 1 month later...

Hello Joseph,

Would you advise if you have resolved your issues or if you have sought help elsewhere?

If not resolved and you are not already seeking help elsewhere, I'd like for you to rerun a new (fresh) DDS and Copy & Paste the DDS.txt into a new reply into this Topic.

Read and follow the directions >> here << , skipping any steps you are unable to complete.

Anyone other than original-poster who has similar issues, do not reply here. Start your own topic.

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