[Introspective] Re: Beagle X virus
jimkz at comcast.net
Mon Jul 12 15:09:52 PDT 2004
...and sometimes running those little removal tools isn't enough either. If
a trojan or a worm opens up a backdoor on your system, chances are the only
way to completely get rid of it is to do a total rebuild of your system (ie
reformat the hard drive and reinstall everything from scratch).
From: introspective-bounces at tcp.com
[mailto:introspective-bounces at tcp.com]On Behalf Of Scott Marshall
Sent: Saturday, July 10, 2004 9:38 PM
Cc: introspective at tcp.com
Subject: RE: [Introspective] Re: Beagle X virus
Honey go to the Symantec web site and they wioll have a specific removal
tool to help you get rid of it. Sometimes just running your antivirus isn't
enough because files that are loaded by the operating system cannot be
changed whilst running. Thus requiring a reboot into safe mode before
removing the virus, and in win XP don't forget to disable the restore points
otherwise you'll end up with the virus saved as part of your next reboot.
From: introspective-bounces at tcp.com [mailto:introspective-bounces at tcp.com]
On Behalf Of aem
Sent: July 10, 2004 8:33 PM
To: introspective at tcp.com
Subject: Re: [Introspective] Re: Beagle X virus
i've run my virus stuff repeatedly and it won't go away...i'll have to find
another solution. i am NOT trying to infect anyone! honest!!!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Object303" <object303 at yahoo.com>
To: <introspective at tcp.com>
Sent: Saturday, July 10, 2004 18:05
Subject: [Introspective] Re: Beagle X virus
> I've seen three posts today on the Introspective and Petheads lists
> with various .SCR file attachments.
> I've seen posts from RTAPPING, aem, and a new sender whose name I
> didn't recognize.
> And of course, best wishes to Mr. Tennant on his birthday.
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