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Dear All,

I am a newbie to this forum but am interested in discovering what are the actual names (not the cures) of the malware or virus that can disable things like control panel on all user accounts in XP home. Some examples would be great and ways to determine that it is definietly malware or a virus that has caused it.

Also I have read about similar problems with spyware dropping favorites (often porn) without the user knowing. I am a computer examiner and this type of information would really help me.

Thanks

Jonathan

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Dear All,

I am a newbie to this forum but am interested in discovering what are the actual names (not the cures) of the malware or virus that can disable things like control panel on all user accounts in XP home. Some examples would be great and ways to determine that it is definietly malware or a virus that has caused it.

Also I have read about similar problems with spyware dropping favorites (often porn) without the user knowing. I am a computer examiner and this type of information would really help me.

Thanks

Jonathan

Hi Jonathan. Malware gets many names for the same infection, depending on what program your using that flags it. There is a new malware now that disables the control panel and won't allow anything to run in Safe Mode, actually wipes out Safe Mode. What exactly is a Computer Examiner? :blink:

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