Porn dialer aggro

  Taurus 11:03 28 May 05
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Good morning all. I have recently aquired, against my will, a dialer to a porn site. Not a traditional dialer that does it covertly, but one that asks for permission. The problem is that no matter what i do to remove it, it persists. It will randomly pop up it's request to dial up the site when I am doing other things, sometimes closing the prog I'm working with at the time. It also puts an icon on my desktop that keeps returning no matter how often it's deleted. The icon is entitled 'Access Members area' and properties show that the license is by Global Acces S.L. I have discovered that it is related in the registry to files and entries beginining 'vxgame***). Despite editing all references to both in the registry it will not die. I have two questions, firstly has anybody any ideas how I can rid my machine of this thing and secondly, is it legal to casterate the B*****ds who circulate these things?

Cheers
Dave

  GANDALF <|:-)> 11:05 28 May 05

XP or 98?


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  VoG II 11:10 28 May 05

Try Spybot click here Antispyware (if XP) click here and a² click here

  Taurus 11:15 28 May 05

Thanks for responding guys, if anybody can sort this it's you two.

I have run both spybot and adaware and deep scaned the system with AVG but none have any effect nor can find it.

I'm running XP pro incidentaly.

  Newuser1505 11:27 28 May 05

Have you tried the program HijackThis? Can be found on click here . Is a bit difficult interpreting the results but if you look carefully through the list no doubt you'll find references to the names you mentioned. Before you remove anything use the backup facility!

  Taurus 11:36 28 May 05

Thanks Newuser1505, downloading it now. Will give it a try. I'm also downloading the MS antispyware as suggested by VoG™. Will get back when I've tried them both.

  Joe R 11:57 28 May 05

Taurus,

click here

  Taff36 12:01 28 May 05

click here Similar Problem. I followed the link to the other forum and the problem was resolved. Note too that the forum features Nellie2 who used to be a stalwart on the PCA Forum but she has now had to concentrate on the malware forum. Hope this helps. Incidentally several respected members have suggested you don`t try to interpret the files yourself using the HJT website.

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