Virus Help Teams Former Entrys!


Here you will find the archived Bravenet VHT Forum postings, and
the messages from short lived cgi forum before moving to Runboard
** Posts were transferred manually from Bravenet by VHT-Canada **
The VHT forums can now be found at http://www.vht-dk.dk/forum/

   topic[ AV Help Forum ]
     Date of Post          Topic Name
     Jan 27 2003 topic 1 My computer.......is sucking!
     Jan 28 2003 topic 2 Talk about a pain in the butt
     May 16 2003 topic 3 I fixed my problem
     May 23 2003 topic 4 virus cmd32
     Dec  4 2003 topic 5 i found ur picture virus
     Dec 10 2003 topic 6 ghost in my computer
     Jan 14 2004 topic 7 Virus Identification and Fix Sought
     Jan 14 2004 topic 8 Trojan !
     Mar 16 2004 topic 9 NEED HELP VIRUS SCREWED UP MY COMPUTER HELP PLEASE
 
   topic[ AV News and Updates ]
     Date of Post          Topic Name
     Nov 10 2002 topic 1 VHT-Canada Unreachable For A Few Days
     Nov 14 2002 topic 2 VHT-Canada Back Online 14-Nov-2002
     Dec  2 2002 topic 3 VHT-Denmark Back Online 01-Dec-2002
     Dec  2 2002 topic 4 Vote For VHT-DK At The Amiga Award 2002
 
   topic[ VHTeams Webchat Help ]
     Date of Post          Topic Name
     Sep  7 2002 topic 1 Refreshing Page to the Bottom
     Sep 13 2002 topic 2 Internal Server Error
     Oct  2 2002 topic 3 Webchat server is down
     Feb  2 2003 topic 4 Webchat server still offline
     Feb  6 2003 topic 5 Webchat back online
 
   topic[ Other Chit-chat ] 
     Date of Post          Topic Name
     Sep  6 2002 topic 1 Welcome to your Bravenet Forum!
     Sep 23 2002 topic 2 Chit-chat
     Dec 25 2002 topic 3 Merry Christmas
     Jul  1 2003 topic 4 Happy 136th Birthday !!
     Jul 17 2003 topic 5 Bravenet Services Not Too Good
     Jul 20 2003 topic 6 Bravenet Test
     Jul 31 2003 topic 7 Working on new forum
 
   topic[ Posts for VHT-Canada ]
   topic[ Posts for VHT-Denmark ]
   topic[ Posts for VHT-Netherlands ]


[ AV Help Forum ]

   Subject: [ AV Help Forum ]
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Sep  7, 2002 at 12:32 pm
 
   Message: This is where you will find anti-virus help, or ask for
   help on a problem.
 
   Take care,
   Your Anti-Virus Help Teams

AV Help Forum
My computer.......is sucking!

   Subject: My computer.......is sucking!
   Name:    MM2
   Date:    Jan 27, 2003 at 6:23 pm
 
   Hello,
 
   I am very very vexed. My computer is acting very strangly and lately I
   have been having internet problems. After finding a trojan in my
   computer called formatc.B.Trojan and deleting it (maybe I shouldn't
   have done that!) my internet explorer is constantly showing me the
   error "Error Page Cannot Be Displayed". Now this isn't bad if you get
   it maybe once or twice everytime you surf, but I have to click refresh
   5 to six times before the browser actually goes to the webpage. This
   ontop of a 56k connection is extremely time consuming and wastes my
   internet hours. Not only that but once I do reach a page that finally
   works, a pop up that says "Error Page cannot be displayed" comes up,
   BUT then it keeps opening up other windows that say the same thing
   untill I either close windows explorer or my computer runs out of
   resources. Even getting to this webpage had the same problems. This
   isn't something that I have been fighting for a few days, but for a
   few months now. I have tried a lot of things, but I don't know if I
   have another virus, my registry files are messed up (which they
   shouldn't) or if my internet explorer is screwed up. I would really
   appreciate another (or a few) minds help on this. I have tried to
   reinstall windows, but the computer freezes before it finishes, but I
   don't want to fix the problem that way, I want to figure out what the
   problem is. Thank you for your time. (sorry for the long email). Till
   the later now.
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: My computer.......is sucking!
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Jan 27, 2003 at 6:49 pm
 
   Reply Subject: Get F-Prot Anti-Virus
 
   Hi MM2,
 
   My suggestion for a fast (maybe) insite into the computer problem
   would be to get the f-prot anti-virus program. The one for the
   DOS is free, and if you have a virus/worm/trojan, it would have
   to be cleaned up with the DOS program anyways. There is a link to
   the f-prot stuff at vht-can on downloads page:
   http://www.vht-can.ca/downloads.html
 
   ... As a sidenote, I just got your chat registration, and was going
   to send you an e-mail to re-do the registration and give me a
   handle... but I'll give you a handle -- use your 'MM2' name for
   the chat handle (handle = the name you want to be called when in
   the chatroom) I'm up now, and will go get that done, and send out
   the confirmation letter when it is completed.
 
   Charlene of Virus Help Team Canada (in Ontario 21:49 EST)

AV Help Forum
Talk about a pain in the butt

   Subject: Talk about a pain in the butt
   Name:    MM2
   Date:    Jan 28, 2003 at 1:41 pm
 
   Hello Charlene,
 
   I'm really surprised that you responded so quickly. I have gotten used
   to the delays, and let downs of the net on my computer and wasn't
   expecting a respose a for a while, or a response period! I just want
   to say I appreciate your help.
 
   I went to the link and tried to download f-prot dos. Its not working
   for me. I tried the ftp link first, and gozilla started the download
   screen but no connection was established, so having been in this
   situation more times than I want to remember, I went to the page that
   contains the zip file, and tried downloading it. Same problem. Not
   only is surfing a pain in the butt, so is downloading. How would this
   f-prot help anyway? I have already downloaded microsofts "superpatch",
   did the system file checker, registry backup, and two more virus
   programs with my antinorton virus protection 2002 program (and yes I
   did up date it). I'm not too familiar with dos. I had to use it once
   to get rid of the blebola worm that affected the sysjrx.exe file. I
   also tried looking for the affects of the formatc.B.Trojan virus, but
   there was nothing on the net. Maybe it wasn't damaging enough? Anyway,
   without giving you my life story, I'll keep trying to download f-prot.
   Thanks again for your time. Till the later now.
 
   P.S: MM2 will be great for a handle. Getting into hotmail has really
   become a pain lol. Halfway through login the Error page cannot display
   comes up and I have to log in again and pray to let the sign in
   process completely complete itself. Then hopefully the pop up window
   thing doesn't start lol.
 
   MM2
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: Talk about a pain in the butt
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Jan 28, 2003 at 2:17 pm
 
   Reply Subject: See your inbox for some replys
 
   Hi MM2,
 
   ... Thaknyou for saying you appreciate the help. :)
 
   ... In regards to the weirdo stuff with Hotmail, just get a free
   account at Fastmail (http://www.fastmail.fm/mail/login + choose
   the 'Sign up'), and you are able to use the POP retreival to get
   your mail from your Hotmail account. I use Fastmail and they are
   great. I'm a paid member, but the free account is still great.
 
   ... There have been a couple of replies to your cry for help.
   See your inbox at hotmail for the items that i sent not too
   long ago (maybe around 4 pm today Tuesday)
   IDEA: How about if I send you the f-prot program and updated
   signature files, and then you don't need to download from a
   ftp or website. Do you think that would work?
   Till later, and maybe see you in the webchat
 
   Charlene of Virus Help Team Canada (in Ontario 17:16 EST)

AV Help Forum
I fixed my problem

   Subject: I fixed my problem
   Name:    MM2
   Date:    May 16, 2003 at 11:51 pm
 
   Hey Charlene,
 
   I found out what my problem was. It turns out that I had a ton of
   spyware on my computer and one of the spyware was called Netsetter, or
   Webhancer, and it was messing up my internet connection. I found a
   file on my system and deleted it, and then used a special interenet
   repair device to fix what the file had messed up. Now my internet
   works great and so does my computer I hope this helps anyone else who
   might be having the same problem.
 
   MM2
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: I fixed my problem
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    May 17, 2003 at 1:16 am
 
   Hi there,
 
   ... That sounds great !!! Thankyou for letting us know, as I'm sure
   others can have the benefit of what you've gone through.
 
   Have a fun long weekend :)))
 
   Charlene

AV Help Forum
virus cmd32

   Subject: virus cmd32
   Name:    Mirza
   Date:    May 23, 2003 at 6:13 pm
 
   my cpu was infected with the new worm.. cmd32 i got rid of
   it by just deleting however when i start my cpu up i get an error that
   reads that the target path system32/cmd32.exe was not found... can you
   please provide me with the best solution in fixing this problem...
   thank you...
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: virus cmd32
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    May 24, 2003 at 8:30 am
 
   ... If the worm you are referring to is 'W32.Kwbot.C.Worm',
   found at http://securityresponse.symantec.com/avcenter/venc/data/
   w32.kwbot.c.worm.html then it says the worm also adds the
   CMD cmd32.exe to one of the registry keys, creates a subkey, and
   may change the value data, and on and on. :(
   Symantec does have removal instructions at the above url.
 
   ... There is a 'Windows 95/98/98SE/Me Q&A Forum' that has some
   cmd32.exe discussion. See
   http://www.polderware.com/message_boards/windows_9x.shtml
 
   Sorry that I can't be of more help, but maybe someone else from the
   anti-virus help team can help you out. I'll let them know about your
   above post.
 
   Charlene (VHT-Canada)
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: Re: virus cmd32
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    May 25, 2003 at 7:54 am
 
   Hello again Mirza,
 
   ... This just came in from an anti-virus help team member:
 
   | It seems that the worm has implemented itself into the
   | registries autostart key.
   | He must use Windows own program REGEDIT (Start - run
   | Program - Regedit.exe) to fix this problem.
   |
   | In Regedit he can use the search - Function to locate
   | the entry.
   |
   | (could probably be in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARET/MICRUSOFT
   |/WINDOWS/CURRENTVERSION/RUN
   |
   | or in
   |
   | HKEY_CURRENT_USER/SOFTWARET/MICRUSOFT/WINDOWS/CURRENTVERSION/RUN
   |
   | Hope this helps,
   | Svnke
 
   Till later,
   Charlene (VHT-Canada)
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: Re: Re: virus cmd32
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    May 28, 2003 at 10:40 am
 
   Hello again Mirza,
 
   ... This was sent in from Virus Help Team Netherlands. In
   reference to the virus killer to get, please note that it would
   also mean to update to the latest version and signature files
   for your particular anit-virus program, if you have one already.
 
   There a a few excellent free DOS anti-virus programs listed on
   the downloads page, as an example F-Prot for DOS.
 
   | Then I would advice the person to at least get a virus killer
   | throuhg a friends or work computer. Make it so that it can be
   | started from either CD or floppy disc and then check the system
   |
   | Then if this is a Windows machine it should be possible to use
   | extract or something alike (I should look this up if someone
   | really needs it so please let me know if this information is
   | appreciated) and replace the lost file with the original from
   | the installation CD.
   |
   | This should fix the persons problem. I hope :)
   |
   | Cheers,
   |
   | Alex.
 
   Charlene (VHT-Canada)

AV Help Forum
i found ur picture virus

   Subject: i found ur picture virus
   Name:    Tim
   Date:    Dec 4, 2003 at 10:33 am
 
   Message: my friends profile had a link in it that said "I cant
   believe i found your picture here. hahaha" and i clicked on it, and i
   was wondering if anyone knew how to get rid of it.

AV Help Forum
ghost in my computer

   Subject: ghost in my computer
   Name:    Bob S
   Date:    Dec 10, 2003 at 10:42 am
 
   my computer is making haunted house sounds at me at random times
   (door slam, squeaky hinge, menacing laugh). Norton finds no virus.
   Anybody know a fix

AV Help Forum
Virus Identification and Fix Sought

   Subject: Virus Identification and Fix Sought
   Name:    Jack
   Date:    Jan 14, 2004 at 00:52:47
 
   Turn on the computer and as WinXP boots I receive an onslaught of
   randomly opening  windows. Movement of the mouse generates more of the
   same. What is the name of this virus and what is the fix?
 
   Thanks
 
   Jack
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: Virus Identification and Fix Sought
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Jan 14, 2004 at 00:54:44
 
   Sidenote: Update your antivius program
 
   Hello Jack,
 
   ... I forwarded your message to the PC Anti-Virus people, and a reply
   that came in so far, said "This could be a trojan. He should run an
   actual Antivirus, as many viruses and trojans could cause such
   effects."
 
   ... If you have an Antivirus program, be sure you have the latest
   version and the latest signature/dat files. If you do not have an
   antivirus program, then I suggest F-Prot for DOS, sheich is free for
   home use. The Windows version (fee) is excellent. Follow the link for
   my homepage (it is the downloads page), and you wil find links to the
   F-Prot for DOS plus others.
 
   Take care, and best wishes on your problem,
 
   Charlene / Virus Help Team Canada
   VHT-Canada downloads page:
   http://www.vht-can.ca/downloads.html
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: Re: Virus Identification and Fix Sought
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Jan 14, 2004 at 00:57:43
 
   Sidenote: You'll receive an e-mail reply plus another reply here
 
   Hello Jack,
 
   ... You should have received an e-mail reply from Torben with the
   Subject: Re: Request VHT Forum help: Virus Identification and Fix
   Sought, with a lot of good information.
 
   ... Also, here is a third reply received from a team member, about your
   problem. They write:
 
   it sounds to me that this user is having problems with a URL that
   has been added to the registry or something that starts up a webpage
   which in it's turn opens another window and another and another.
   Best thing this user can do is to check it's system if the following
   stuff is installed:
   SaveNow
   New.Net
   NewDotNet
   Gator (anything with Gator is bad, known to have a LOT of spyware)
 
   Maybe this user should consider checking out Ad-Aware from Lavasoft:
   http://www.lavasoftusa.com/
   This is a freeware (for personal use) spyware and ad-ware checker, a
   simple one that removes most malicious and privacy compromising
   software. There is another one, a better one which is Spybot Search
   and Destroy, but that requires quite some knowledge of Windows so I
   don't recommend it to most users.
 
   At first glance it seems a spyware/adware problem, some dialer or
   redirect program or script that get's executed upon startup. I have
   not looked throroughly through the knowledge and virus database of
   http://www.symantec.com/ (which you could do as well offcourse if you
   like :) ... )
   Anyway, I haven't found anything indicating a virus, it could be a
   worm offcourse...
 
   I recall this problem occuring on my PC at some point as well, I
   remember installing something that installed a lot of spyware next
   to it and that caused a lot of problems. I also know of a couple of
   websites that can cause this kind of behaviour... The best thing to
   do is try and use a spyware remover and then install a firewall that
   disables programs from randomly and wildly accessing the internet,
   which it appears this to be...
 
   For now, this is where I have to leave it ... I will continue to
   look further.
 
   Cheers,
 
   Alex.
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: Re: Re: Virus Identification and Fix Sought
   Name:    Jack
   Date:    Jan 14, 2004 at 01:00:59
 
   First of all, let me express my thanks for your existence. It is all
   too few and far between people helping people!!!
 
   I have tried ad-aware, regvac, and spybot. I have gotten rid of Kazaa.
   I have updated and run Norton 2002. Seems stable now.
 
   Question:
 
   1) Can Kazaa be used safely or am I just asking for trouble?
 
   2) Do I need all 3 ad-aware, regvac, and spybot, cuz I accept
   everything they do and have little knowledge of what may be ok and
   important to retain.
 
   3) Norton never finds anything. Am I wasting my time with Norton or
   doing something wrong?
 
   Finally, thank you very much!
 
   Jack
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Virus Identification and Fix Sought
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Jan 14, 2004 at 01:03:52
 
   Sidenote: Take note of new forum location
 
   Hello Jack,
 
   ... Those are very nice comments, and thanyou from all of us. :)
 
   ... In regards to your questions, ie...
 
   Q1) Can Kazaa be used safely or am I just asking for trouble?
   A: I think you are just asking for trouble. It was a smart move to get
   ride of it.
 
   Q2) Do I need all 3 ad-aware, regvac, and spybot, cuz I accept
   everything they do and have little knowledge of what may be ok and
   important to retain.
   A: I have less knowledge than you, since I use an Amiga computer. I
   will run your note by the PC guys.
 
   Q3) Norton never finds anything. Am I wasting my time with Norton or
   doing something wrong?
   A: My guess is if it nver finds anything, then you are wasting you
   time. That F-Prot anti-virus program is real good, and that is my
   recommendation, but maybe the PC guys have other suggestions.
 
   Special Note: The Virus Help Teams forum has moved (process of moving).
   I cannot post using the Bravenet forum, unless I boot up my 486-pc,
   which I'm now on. I tried to re-create your posts and my replys at the
   new site, and hopefully they are okay.
 
   New Forum Location: http://www.vht-can.ca/forum.html
 
   The drawback is, that we won't be able to get the Bravenet notices to
   say that our message has a reply [..]
 
   ... I'll go get your questions sent off to the pc guys..
 
   Bye for now, and thanyou again for the update, and nice comments
 
   Charlene / Virus Help Team Canada
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Virus Identification and Fix Sought
   Name:    Alex van Niel
   Date:    Jan 14, 2004 at 01:51:58
 
   1) Well, using Kazaa in a save way is nearly impossible in my opinion.
   The normal Kazaa installs at least ONE adware program that is
   constantly providing you with extra pop-up commercials during normal
   internet surfing.
   It is allso my humble opinion that through the Kazaa network, a lot of
   malicious viruses are spread. Someone that doesn't have a proper or
   properly updated virus killer, and a firewall that prevents occasional
   hacks from newbie users with cute little trojan viruses, that someone
   can end up in a lot of trouble.
 
   2) All you really need is Ad-Aware. Spybot does find a lot more but
   also checks your registry and offers changes and fixes for that which
   is fine if you are an advanced user. If you are not then Ad-Aware from
   lavasoft is quite sufficient.
   Better to have a proper firewall with ad-blocking (like Norton Personal
   Firewall 2003 or later) then to check constantly for cookies and
   ad-ware software after the damage is done. Offcourse, ad-blocking does
   not stop everything but it WILL .. or SHOULD stop those windows from
   popping up at startup for example, and also will prevent some and in
   some cases most pop-up windows and even commercial pictures (banners
   etc) from websites (blank spot in the website).
   However, NPF does tend to lock you out of a website or two, but then I
   just turn it off for the time that I am using that particular website.
 
   3) It is a misconception that when a virus killer does not find
   anything, that it is not working or not worth the effort.
   In my humble opinion the Norton software is very good. I have stopped a
   LOT of malicious viruses from entering my system originating from
   e-mail to p2p file sharing with friends and clients.
   In the case of the random window popping up, that is something no
   killer will prevent nor detect unless it was done by a real virus. But
   in this case I doubt it was/is a virus that was/is doing that.
 
   If you still have these annoying popups at startup, check your startup
   folder to see if there is a program there you don't trust.
   Use MsConfig to check your startup as well, you never know what is
   hidden from your sight.
 
   More importantly though, write down what these random opening windows
   have for title. Are they all the same? What is the title or what ARE
   the titles? Do a search on your harddrive for anything with:
   gator
   savenow
   newdotnet
   new.net
 
   There are some more I could mention but they will give you both good
   AND bad files (potentially) so best to wait with that.
 
   Maybe making a screenshot (PrintScrn and save in a paint program or
   something) if possible would be a good thing. You could mail it to me
   personally if you like.
 
   Right now it could be a number of things but what I think is that you
   must have a link (url or .exe) starting up at the beginning that will
   pick up ads and pop them up. It is not done by a virus I think,
   something the gator corporation probably let loose on your system
   (installed by Kazaa)
 
   The three things to have on your system in my opinion are:
   - Anti-virus program (Norton Antivirus 2002 or later is not bad, I have
   that and works quite well)
 
   - Firewall (Norton Personal Firewall 2003 or later is not a bad idea, I
   have this one and am quite happy with it)
 
   -  Ad-  and spyware removal program (Ad-Aware or Spybot, not both, just
   one is enough)
 
   This is it for now... I will keep on looking again :)
 
   Cheers,
 
   Alex.
     * VirusHelpTeam Netherlands
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Virus Identification and Fix Sought
   Name:    Torben
   Date:    Jan 14, 2004 at 13:29:36
 
   I was asked by Charlene to answer esp. q2 about adaware and such: IMHO
   it is enough for a "normal" user to use the program from Lavasoft. It's
   efficient and do not require any special knowledge.
 
   As to q1: Kazaar and other filesharing programs are known to assist
   people in spreading vira. Even some files that pretend to be eg
   programs can contain vira and nothing else. Use it if you like
   restoring your system often :)
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Virus Identification and Fix Sought
   Name:    Alex van Niel
   Date:    Jan 14, 2004 at 13:56:04
 
   Some more information for you... however be carefull because this
   article covers the windows registry and messing with the registry can
   result in a damaged system at least.
 
   The article:
   http://www.annoyances.org/exec/show/article07-045
 
   Good luck.
     * VirusHelpTeam Netherlands

AV Help Forum
Trojan !

   Subject: Trojan !
   Name:    Jerry
   Date:    Jan 14, 2004 at 04:10:44
 
   I have scanned my computer with Norton Anti-Virus and it discovered a
   Trojan Horse. It quarantined the trojan but it said it was unable to
   delete the file and my system is still infected.
 
   The file that was infected is: nssys32.exe
   The location of the file is: C:\WINNT\system32\nssy32.exe
 
   I would appreciate it if someone replies with infomation on this Trojan
   and how to remove it.
 
   PLEASE HELP! I would GREATLY APPRECIATE IT!
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: Trojan ! (Virus Help Teams Forum has moved)
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Jan 14, 2004
 
   Hello Jerry,
 
   ... The forum has changed locations, and you posted in the old one. I
   have manually moved your message to the new location and done a small
   reply. (wrote url of new locaton)
 
   ... Perhaps someone with a PC will have a better answer, than what I
   was able to post.
 
   Wishing you the best,
   
   Charlene / Virus Help Team Canada
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: Re: Trojan !
   Name:    Jerry
   Date:    Jan 14, 2004
 
   Charlene
   
   Thank you for moving my post to the new location.
   By the way what is the new forum site?
   
   Thank you.
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: Re: Re: Trojan !
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Jan 14, 2004 at 04:18:29
 
   ...  I do not use an IBM compatable machine, but perhaps this post
   (inserted below), found with a Google search, may help:
 
   Computing.Net - Trojan Horse Virus in nsdriver
   http://www.computing.net/security/wwwboard/forum/8702.html
 
   ... You could also join the Virus Help list, and perhaps someone with a
   PC  could recommend something. Find the Mailing list at:
   http://groups.yahoo.com/groups/viruschecker2
   Description Category: Security
   The  VirusCheckerII mailinglist was created to aid users of the program
   VirusChecker  II when they have problems, and also for use of any other
   virus  related problem.We will also deal with problems with other virus
   killers. This Amiga specific list is also open to other platform users
 
   ... The Bravenet forum that you had posted to, is not in service, so if
   you need to post again, please use the new forum url. Thankyou...
 
   Wishing you the best on solving your problem,
 
   Charlene / Virus Help Team Canada
 
   .-------------------------------------------------------------
   | Subject: Trojan Horse Virus in nsdriver
   |
   | Name: Patches
   | Date: January 09, 2004 at 16:06:47 Pacific
   | Subject: Trojan Horse Virus in nsdriver
   | OS: window 98 2nd edition and explorer 6
   | CPU/Ram: pentium 2/ 128 ram
   | Comment:
   |
   | Norton detected a trojan horse virus at nsdriver
   | C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\NSSYS32.EXE but could not repair it, it is now in
   | Norton quarantine. Do I need this file on my computer, or can I just
   | delete the whole application? Think I posted this on wrong board at
   | first, this is second post, sorry, not use to using boards. Thank
   | you in advance.
   |
   | Response Number 1
   |
   | [..snipped responses for space..]
   `-------------------------------------------------------------
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Trojan !
   Name:    Alex van Niel
   Date:    Jan 14, 2004 at 06:38:11
 
   The best thing you can do is get yourself either a version of your
   anit-virus program that can be run from a floppy or CD (a CD is the
   best way since it can hold a bit more data then a floppy ;-) )... have
   Windows run in save-mode (press F8 before the Windows logo screen
   appears) and then run your anti-virus program. It should then be able
   to restore/fix your system.
     * VirusHelpTeam Netherlands
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Trojan !
   Name:    Alex van Niel
   Date:    Jan 14, 2004 at 06:39:25
 
   You don't necessarily NEED to run from floppy or CD... you can
   offcourse use the installed one your drive but to be completely sure
   that the program you are running is virus free, you'd best get a
   stand-alone one that you made on a computer that is 100% virus free.
     * VirusHelpTeam Netherlands
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: Re: Re: Trojan !
   Name:    jenjen (www.kelvijenstore.com)
   Date:    Jan 14, 2004 at 06:39:25
 
   that is what mine had! i can't get rid of it.help

AV Help Forum
NEED HELP VIRUS SCREWED UP MY COMPUTER HELP PLEASE

   Subject: NEED HELP VIRUS SCREWED UP MY COMPUTER HELP PLEASE
   Name:    James
   Date:    Mar 16, 2004 at 13:41:46
 
   Hi i recently downloaded a program which had a virus attached to it now
   when i log onto my comuter a box popes up and says you have 0:07 seconds
   for your computer to shutdown and it counts down then my computer turns
   off i figured out what virus it is but i need help to remove it. it is
   called wscript.exe

[ AV News and Updates ]

   Subject: [ AV News and Updates ]
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Sep 7, 2002 at 12:33 pm
 
   Nessage: This is where you will find anti-virus news and update info.
 
   Take care,
   Your Anti-Virus Help Teams

AV News and Updates
VHT-Canada Unreachable For A Few Days

   Subject: VHT-Canada Unreachable For A Few Days
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Nov 10, 2002 at 7:12 pm
 
   Virus Help Team Canada Unreachable
 
   The Canadian site will be unavailable for a few days, as the primary
   system hard drive at Shadow-Realm suffered a massive crash on Sunday.
   They are working on getting the web server back into the state it was
   before the crash. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.  If you
   need the latest VirusZ-III or VirusExecutor, they can be found at the
   vht-can maillist site: groups.yahoo.com/group/vht-can/files/Anti-Virus
 
   Take care,
   Your Canadian Anti-Virus Help Team leader

AV News and Updates
VHT-Canada Back Online 14-Nov-2002

   Subject: VHT-Canada Back Online 14-Nov-2002
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Nov 14, 2002 at 5:30 pm
 
   Virus Help Team Canada Back Online
 
   VHT-CAN is now back up and our Shadow-Realm host was able to restore
   it fully, back to the state it was in when the server went down.
 
   Extensive work went into restoring the data which is why the process
   has taken so long. The server had to be fully reinstalled and the
   hardware physically moved around during restoration work.
   -
   Take care,
   Your Canadian Anti-Virus Help Team leader

AV News and Updates
VHT-Denmark Back Online 01-Dec-2002

   Subject: VHT-Denmark Back Online 01-Dec-2002
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Dec 2, 2002 at 1:09 pm
 
   Virus Help Denmark Back Online
 
   VHT-DK is now back up and Jan Andersen says all the pages has been
   updated, and are ready to be used.
 
   -<-<-@@ Welcome back Jan, we missed you !! :)
 
   Take care,
   Your Canadian Anti-Virus Help Team leader

AV News and Updates
Vote For VHT-DK At The Amiga Award 2002

   Subject: Vote For VHT-DK At The Amiga Award 2002
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Dec 2, 2002 at 1:31 pm
 
   VHT-DK Is Nominated For An Amiga Award
 
   Jan of Virus Help Denmark says after almost 15 years of fighting and
   hunting virus, they have finally been nominated for their work at the
   "Amiga Award 2002 Extra - Nominees". He asks that you please all go
   and vote for VHT, as it would be nice if VHT could get this award.
 
   The link is: http://www.amiga-award.org Jan sends his thanks
 
   Take care,
   Your Canadian Anti-Virus Help Team leader

[ VHTeams Webchat Help ]

   Subject: [ VHTeams Webchat Help ]
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Sep 7, 2002 at 12:29 pm
 
   Message: This is where you can find help for the Virus Help Teams
   online webchat. If you have a sugestion please post it here.
 
   Take care,
   Your Anti-Virus Help Teams

VHTeams Webchat Help
Refreshing Page to the Bottom

   Subject: Refreshing Page to the Bottom
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Sep 7, 2002 at 1:37 pm
 
   Hello Chatters,
 
   ... All new messages to the chatscreen, are posted at the bottom of
   the chatscreen. Due to this, some people have had problems scrolling
   to the bottom to see if a new message has come in. I will be seeing
   if getting rid of all the auto-refreshe meta tags fixes this problem
 
   ... In the meantime, after entering your message,and using the 'Post
   This' button, or even after a refresh by using the same post button,
   you can use both these keypad keys found above four your arrow keys:
 
   a) go to top ..... Home
   b) go to bottom .. End
 
   .--------. .------. .-----------.
   | Insert | | Home | | Page Up . |
   `--------' `------' `-----------'
   .--------. .------. .-----------.
   | Delete | | End .| | Page Down |
   `--------' `------' `-----------'
 
   Happy chatting
   Charlene
   ------------------------------------
   Virus Help Team Canada
   http://www.vht-can.ca
   ------------------------------------
   ... If you ate today, thank a farmer

VHTeams Webchat Help
Internal Server Error

   Subject: Internal Server Error
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Sep 13, 2002 at 5:39 pm
 
   Hello Chatters,
 
   It appears as though there is a problem just now with the server that
   houses the chatroom. When trying to log into chat with your handle,
   you will probably get an "Internal Server Error" message come up.
 
   I am looking into this, and will have a solution as soon as possible!!
 
   Time of this posting: Friday, September 13, 2002 17:40 EDT (21:40 GMT)
 
   See ya,
   Charlene

[ VHTeams Webchat Help ]
Webchat server is down

   Subject: Webchat server is down
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Oct 2, 2002 at 7:27 am
 
   The server that houses the webchat is down. The present time is now
   Tuesday, Oct 2nd, 10:26 EST (4:26 pm Denmark time / 2:26 pm GMT)
 
   Sorry about this,
   Charlene

VHTeams Webchat Help
Webchat server still offline

   Subject: Webchat server still offline
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Feb 2, 2003 at 1:16 pm
 
   Hello Chatters,
 
   ... The servers that house the Virus Help Teams webchat are still
   not back online. The physical move of the servers was to initally
   take 3-4 hours, but has gone into the second day, now.
 
   ... I'm sorry for the delay, but the server is handled by the owner
   of the service that is used, and not by any member of the Virus Help
   Teams. When the webchat server has made it's way to the new location,
   you can once again log into chat at http://www.vht-can.ca/chat.html
 
   Till later,
   Charlene
   ------------------------------------
   Virus Help Team Canada
   http://www.vht-can.ca
   ------------------------------------
   ... If you ate today, thank a farmer

VHTeams Webchat Help
Webchat back online

   Subject: Webchat back online
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Feb 6, 2003 at 6:32 am
 
   Hello Chatters,
 
   ... The server that houses the Virus Teams webchat is back online.
 
   Till later,
   Charlene
   ------------------------------------
   Virus Help Team Canada
   http://www.vht-can.ca
   ------------------------------------
   ... If you ate today, thank a farmer

[ Other Chit-chat ]

   Subject: [ Other Chit-chat ]
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Sep 6, 2002 at 12:23 pm
 
   This is where you can do some general chit-chatting. Any subject
   is okay, as long as it is kept within a family oriented manner,
   with no distasteful subjects or text.
 
   Take care,
   Your Anti-Virus Help Teams

Other Chit-chat
Welcome to your Bravenet Forum!

   Subject: Welcome to your Bravenet Forum!
   Name:    Bravenet Member Support (Homepage)
   Date:    Sep 6, 2002 at 1:01 am
 
   Reply Subject: www.bravenet.com
 
   Please feel free to customize your Forum by changing colors, fonts
   and images. You can also delete messages from your Forum. This can
   all be done from the Members Area at Bravenet.com.
 
   If you have any questions about how to setup and customize your
   Forum please check out the Help Center where you can find General
   FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) and the Bravenet Help Forums.
 
   But most of all have fun, and check out Bravenet's other Web Services!
 
   Dave and Brad
   Bravenet.com

Other Chit-chat
Chit-chat

   Subject: Chit-chat
   Name:    Jan (Homepage)
   Date:    Sep 23, 2002 at 1:55 pm
 
   Hi Charlene....
 
   Nice to put up a forum.... Great....
 
   Jan
   VHT-Denmark
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: Chit-chat
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Sep 23, 2002 at 3:57 pm
 
   Hi Jan,
 
   ... It was actually made when we re-did the new chat service, just
   in case some non-registered person wanted to ask a question of
   you people. Thought it would come in handy having the seperate
   Teams - then easy for us to see who the message is for.
   Neat that you used it -- even neater that you 'found' it heheee
 
   ... When you read the news at vht-can, you will notice I started a
   vht-can maillist - you mentioned in the vht-dk announcement that
   there was one, but there wasn't (took it as my 'que' to get my bum
   in gear and get one started so people wouldn't miss any virus
   alerts)... I'm taking for granted that you will try to manage to
   get them to my mailbox so they can be posted. )
 
   Take care, from your VHT Buddy,
 
   Charlene
   VHT-Canada
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: Re: Chit-chat
   Name:    Jan Andersen (Homepage)
   Date:    Sep 30, 2002 at 3:33 am
 
   hi Charlene !!!
 
   Well, U know me I'm getting old, and it is allowed for me to forget
   things
 
   But I'm happy that U have opened a maillist... Thanx !!!

Other Chit-chat
Merry Christmas

   Subject: Merry Christmas
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Dec 25, 2002 at 12:11 am
 
   Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
 
   May everyone be blessed with a safe and happy holiday season.
 
   Charlene of VHT-Canada

Other Chit-chat
Happy 136th Birthday !!

   Subject: Happy 136th Birthday !!
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Jul 1, 2003 at 1:46 am
 
   Today myself and my fellow Canadians celebrate our countrys 136th
   birthday. Guess there will be a lot of backyard bbq's going strong.
 
   Cheers from the Ottawa valley,
 
   Charlene (VHT-Canada)
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: Happy 136th Birthday !!
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Jul 17, 2003 at 11:16 pm
 
   ... No one dropped in to wish us Canadians a happy birthday
   :(( BooHoo !
 
   Greetings,
   Charlene (VHT-Canada)

Other Chit-chat
Bravenet Services Not Too Good

   Subject: Bravenet Services Not Too Good
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Jul 17, 2003 at 11:25 pm
 
   Hello Folks,
 
   ... As you may or may not have noticed, the Bravenet services have
   done a major over-haul. A lot of the links and coding have all been
   changed, and sometimes links are just non-existant.
 
   ... Hopefully they will be correcting this, as it will be a shame to
   loose all the work that the individuale teams have put in for there
   respective services.
 
   Wishing us all, better days ahead
 
   Charlene
   -----------------------
   Virus Help Team Canada!
   http://vht-can.amiga.tm
   -----------------------

Other Chit-chat
Bravenet Test

   Subject: Bravenet Test
   Name:    Catherine (Homepage)
   Date:    Jul 20, 2003 at 6:19 pm
 
   Bravenet Testing.
 
   --- --- --- --- --- --- --- --- ---
 
   Subject: Re: Bravenet Test
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Jul 20, 2003 at 7:40 pm
 
   Reply Subject: Still 'no buttons' to use for reply or for posting...
 
   ... Nice to see that someone from Bravenet has put up a test post
    -- but... there is still no buttons available to click on, in order
   to start a new subject, or even to reply to an already posted topic.
 
   Question: Can this ever possibly be fixed ???? It has been like
   this since the change.
 
   Charlene (VHT-Canada)

Other Chit-chat
Working on new forum

   Subject: Working on new forum
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Jul 31, 2003 at 2:16 am
 
   Hello,
 
   ... I've been working on a new forum format. This buisness at Bravenet
   is really starting to bother me, and find it very difficult to manage
   things, easily. The optional word is 'easily'.
 
   ... If anyone else has an idea of what to incorporate, or leave out
   (ie. all the writing describing what the forum is about etc.), then
   please leave a message.
 
   Charlene

[ Posts for VHT-Canada ]

   Subject: [ Posts for VHT-Canada ]
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Sep 7, 2002 at 12:27 pm
 
   Message: This is where you can leave or ask a question of the Virus
   Help Team Canada, or just to say hi to any of the members.
 
   Take care,
   Your Anti-Virus Help Teams

[ Posts for VHT-Denmark ]

   Subject: [ Posts for VHT-Denmark ]
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Sep 7, 2002 at 12:26 pm
 
   Message: This is where you can leave or ask a question of the Virus
   Help Denmark, or just to say hi to any of the members.
 
   Take care,
   Your Anti-Virus Help Teams

[ Posts for VHT-Netherlands ]

   Subject: [ Posts for VHT-Netherlands ]
   Name:    Charlene 
   Date:    Sep 7, 2002 at 12:24 pm
 
   Message: This is where you can leave or ask a question of the Virus
   Help Team Netherlands, or just to say hi to any of the members.
 
   Take care,
   Your Anti-Virus Help Teams

Virus Help Team Canada Site (c)2000-2012 by Charlene
VHT-CAN and our webhoster disclaimes any responsibility for software obtained through this site. All copyrights and trademarks are acknowledged
Contact VHT-Canada

Last Updated: January 09, 2006