Spyware which will not go away

  suburban train 15:39 18 May 04
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Dear All


I have some annoying spyware which will not budge.

I've tried ad-aware, spy-bot, spyware guard, and downloaded some programs this morning but still not solved the problem

I think the spyware is called clientman?


Does anyone know what else i can do ?

Cheers

Abol

  ianeon 15:47 18 May 04

Feed "clientman" into Google - there is lots of information on how to remove it listed on the first page

  alB 15:47 18 May 04

Maybe of some help click here

  struggle8 15:47 18 May 04

have you tryed searching fo its folder and references to in any where on pc and deleteing it

  PhiltheFragger 15:48 18 May 04

Have a look here click here

A quick google search was all it took

good luck

  spuds 15:51 18 May 04

Will this help click here

  suburban train 16:13 18 May 04

Thanks for youur replies, i tried all your suggestions this mornign but it still wont budge

the website which pops up is click here

any ideas?

  Eastender 16:16 18 May 04

Have you tried this one? click here

  suburban train 16:22 18 May 04

I am using Mozilla Firefox at the moment as IE always goes to click here.

When i use Mozilla Firefox it wont open the file just downloads.

In IE all it does is goes to click here

  suburban train 16:43 18 May 04

I dont think i have clientman because when i go in to the registry files there is nothing there

It must be some other spyware product can anyone help?

  Eastender 16:43 18 May 04

So it looks like this 'Search Assistant' has hijacked you IE homepage.

Copy this http ://www .odysseusmarketing.com/uninstall/

Let IE take you to SA, paste in the address bar, delete the spaces and click go.

Let us know what happens.

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