Dialler software problems

  Eileanbeag 17:15 03 Jan 06

I have found that a dialler program keeps appearing on my desktop asking for a password. I have traced the file as C:\Program Files\dialers\sexy_blondes|sexy_blondes.exe but how do I get rid of this completely?

  VoG II 17:17 03 Jan 06
  Eileanbeag 17:22 03 Jan 06

Many thanks - is the Command Prompt window where you go to Run?

  VoG II 17:26 03 Jan 06

Start, Run, type


and click OK.

  Eileanbeag 17:37 03 Jan 06

Many thanks

  Eileanbeag 17:57 03 Jan 06

I know I'm being thick but when I typed in cmd documents and settings were already entered and I then tyoed in the pathway to the dialer file but it was not recognised.

  VoG II 17:58 03 Jan 06


Try running Spybot click here - it detects and removes a lot of dialers.

  Eileanbeag 11:30 04 Jan 06

Many thanks - problem sorted

  Eileanbeag 16:24 09 Jan 06

Still having problems. Spyhbot is able to remove but each time I reboot the problems are back. I presume System REstore is the problem? Is it safe to turn System Restore off; reboot and hopefully that will deal with the spyware. The infected files are

Primesoft Safesearch. Windows Secutiry Center Antivirus Disable Notify
Windows Security Center firewall disable notify and

  VoG II 16:30 09 Jan 06

The two middle ones are nothing to worry about click here

Safesearch click here

But you could try turning System Restore off, as you say.

  Eileanbeag 16:36 09 Jan 06

Thanks - will try that later as I have to leave at the moment

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