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Trojan horse has become a common problem. It spreads quickly by pen drive. If your computer is infected by this virus you can't open your drives correctly. Antivirus only removes the trojan or viruses but the infected autorun.inf file remains in the computer.Follow the instruction in the video to remove the infected autorun.inf. Hope this will work for your pc.
23 Apr 2007
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Setting your pen drive background and Icon Don't put (""). Put your background and icon image in folder setting. This the code [{BE098140-A513-11D0-A3A4-00C04FD706EC}] IconArea_Image=Folder Setting\"your image name" IconArea_Text=0x000000FF The CoLor Font Red = 0x000000FF Yellow = 0x0000FFFF Blue = 0x00FF0000 Gray = 0x00808080 Icon code put in autorun.inf icon=folder setting\"your icon file" download icon at www.freeiconsweb**** www.iconspedia****
20 Sep 2008
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Direct download for free here: *******bit.ly/bZBkAW Browse and download other software for free here: *******freefulldownloadfiles.blogspot**** "A simple tool that can remove or block autorun / autorun.inf viruses Autorun Virus Remover uses proactive technology to permanently remove autorun& autorun.inf viruses, also it can block any autorun / autorun.inf viruses trying to infect the system via USB drives(pendrive, external hard disk, iPod, etc). What you need to do is just clicking the scan button of Autorun Virus Remover. -100% protection against any threats via USB drive -Remove autorun virus in the infected system -The best solution to protect offline computer -The world's fastest and smallest antivirus software -100% compatible with other antivirus software - Easy to use" Autorun Virus Remover 2.3 Build 1022 free full download with serial key (keygen)
30 Aug 2010
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How to Remove the ntde1ect com and autorun inf Virus and Trojan files by Britec These are a trojan/virus (either the Win32/Pacex virus or the Win32/PSW.Agent.NDP trojan) that uses those two files. avpo.exe, avp0.dll, avp0.exe, ntde1ect****, autorun.inf, wscript.exe Here is how you can get rid of them using command prompt. 1) Open up Task Manager (Ctrl-Alt-Del) 2) If wscript.exe is running, end it. 3) If explorer.exe is running, end it. 4) Open up File | New Task (Run) in the Task manager 5) Run cmd 6) Run the following command on all your drives by replacing c:\ with other drives in turn (note: if you have autorun.inf files that you think you need to backup, do so now): del c:\autorun.* /f /a /s /q 7) Go to your Windows\System32 directory by typing cd c:\windows\system32 8) Type dir /a avp*.* 9) If you see any files names avp0.dll or avpo.exe or avp0.exe, use the following commands to delete each of them: attrib -r -s -h avpo.exe del avpo.exe 10) Use the Task Managers Run command to fire up regedit 11) Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Run (as usual, take a backup of your registry before touching it!) 12) If there are any entries for avpo.exe, delete them. 13) Do a complete search of your registry for ntde1ect**** and delete any entries you find. 14) Restart your computer. ------------------------- *******www.briteccomputers****** *******www.britec******* *******www.pcrepairhertfordshire****** *******www.britec******
9 Nov 2009
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Remove "autorun.inf" virus from ur PC and Pen drive
25 Apr 2009
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They post new usernames and passwords everyday.. *******www.eset-nod32-free.blogspot****/ *******www.nod32sky****/ *******nod321.eu/ Here is whats new on the latest NOD32 Antivirus v4: # Smarter Scanner - ESET NOD32 Antivirus inspects SSL-encrypted communication channels like HTTPS and POP3S and intelligently scans compressed files to find hidden threats other products miss. (Zemana AntiLogger has this feature) # Clean and Safe Email - Email scanning for Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, Mozilla Thunderbird, Windows Live Mail, Windows Mail, and other POP3/IMAP mail clients, ensuring your email is free of viruses and other threats. # Removable Media Security - ESET NOD32 Antivirus scans autorun.inf and associated files when the medium is inserted, in addition to scanning any file on any removable device when it is accessed, or during a full-scan of the media. # System Tools - ESET SysInspector and ESET SysRescue simplify diagnosing and cleaning of infected systems by allowing deep scans of system processes to find hidden threats, and creating bootable rescue CD/DVD or USB drives to help you repair an infected computer. # # Self Defense - ESET NOD32 Antivirus has built-in technology to prevent malicious software from corrupting or disabling it, so you can rest assured your system is always protected. # Improvements - Numerous speed, security and usability upgrades such as password protection, keyboard shortcuts, popups are hidden when running full screen applications, advanced protection status, and energy sipping battery mode which extends laptop battery life. I ran a full scan on my desktop, and it took 30 minutes 11 seconds to scan 201841 files. It also had some false positives by detecting Quick Heal Antivirus installer as a probable Win32/Agent trojan, PLoP as a probably unknown TSR.BOOT virus. The surprising part is ESET NOD32 Antivirus v4 manage to detect my private trojan and also ALL 16 BCD private FUD stubs as threats! That is a perfect 100% detection on a supposedly undetectable threat! Thumbs up! Ive also tried placing an autorun.inf file associated with a virus in a USB flash drive. Plugged in my computer and ESET NOD32 Antivirus v4 immediately prompts that it detected a virus in autorun.inf file and automatically removed it to prevent it from infecting other computers. My verdict, ESET has improved their detection but the false detection rate has also gone up. It also comes with many new useful features such as Removable Media Security and rescue disk. from: *******www.raymond.cc/blog/archives/2009/03/04/latest-eset-nod32-antivirus-v4-and-smart-security-v4-review/
10 Nov 2009
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By :*******www.askpcexperts**** How to remove autorun.inf virus from your hard disk.
24 May 2009
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Remove "autorun.inf" virus from ur PC and Pen drive
1 May 2009
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Click here: *******www.adwarebye**** To look at adware removals softwares Review... look at softawre to prevent Spyware, Adware, Trojans, Worms, Keyloggers, Toolbar Hijackers, and other harmful programs are all tracking programs that secretly install onto your computer. Once you're infected with these malicious programs, your privacy and personal information are at risk! Spyware, as well as other malicious programs, can go from dangerous, stealing your passwords and credit card information, to simply annoying you with their excessive popups. These malicious programs can track your surfing habits, abuse your Internet connection by sending this data to a third party, profile your shopping preferences, hijack your browser, and alter important system files - all without your knowledge or permission. The security and privacy implications of these exploits should not be taken lightly. Immediate action must be taken to rid yourself of these computer infestations. Click here: *******www.adwarebye****
10 Dec 2008
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شبكة رابح ازالة فيرس اوتو رن How to remove autorun.inf infected pen drive hard disk
9 Feb 2010
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The jwgkvsq.vmx is a worm-type virus, which spreads via USB/portable drives and through the network. It also makes autorun.inf file on your USB device as well as a hidden system folder called RECYCLER which contains the jwgkvsq.vmx file. Im not sure if this is an old virus, but it seems its been spreading a lot lately. And most anti-virus doesnt detect this, but for those who does, it cant remove it. It is also known as: W32/Confi W32/Conficker.worm!inf Win32/Conficker.B - CA Symptoms: Show hidden files and folders doesnt work. You can check this by going to a folder, then click Tools, then Folder Options, then View tab. Select the Show hidden files and folders then click Apply, then Ok. Open Folder Options again, if it reverted back to Do not show hidden files and folders then you have this virus. Evey time you plug in a USB device on your computer, it creates an autorun.inf file, and a RECYCLER folder with the jwgkvsq.vmx virus file. You cant access anti-virus websites an other popular websites like microsoft**** or yahoo**** Windows wont boot into Safe Mode. This happens on extreme cases. When you try to boot into Safe Mode, your computer restarts/shuts down --- my updated Avast anti-virus detech it but can't erase it... but "MoSo Force Delete" can do it.. download at *******www.moatsoft****/ in ur USB drive delete autorun.inf and RECYCLER folder with the jwgkvsq.vmx virus file.
22 Oct 2009
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*******www.guides4tech**** Autorun files are very simple to make and when included with an executable, they can be very useful. Here guides4tech shows you how to make one. If you need further assistance, please visit our website.
25 Jan 2013
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This video shows you how can Autorun.inf can be removed manually.
17 Mar 2010
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*******www.naevius****/usb_antivirus.htm USB drives are so popular and generally get used to move data between multiple systems frequently. Even though USB drives are very useful, they are potential breeding ground for viruses. When you stick your flash drive the host computer will look for commands in "autorun.inf" to be executed automatically. Normally those commands in "autorun.inf" are harmless, but if the file was modified, it may call for execution of a Trojan or whatever program in your USB flash drive automatically. Naevius USB Antivirus is a tool which protects your pen drive from autorun-viruses.
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There are many different ways to classify viruses, and each of these methods comes with its own set of colorfully-named categories. Worms, macroviruses, trojans and backdoors are some of the more well-known examples. Many of these viruses spread over the Internet, using email, malicious webpages or other means to infect unprotected computers. Others spread through removable media, particularly devices like USB memory sticks and external hard drives that allow users to write information as well as reading it. Viruses can destroy, damage or infect the information in your computer, including data on external drives. They can also take control of your computer and use it to attack other computers. Fortunately there are many anti-virus tools that you can use to protect yourself and those with whom you exchange digital information. Preventing virus infection * Be extremely cautious when opening email attachments. It is best to avoid opening any attachment received from an unknown source. If you need to do so, you should first save the attachment to a folder on your computer, then open the appropriate application (such as Microsoft Word or Adobe Acrobat) yourself. If you use the program's File menu to open the attachment manually, rather than double-clicking the file or allowing your email program to open it automatically, you are less likely to contract a virus. * Consider the possible risks before inserting removable media, such as CDs, DVDs and USB memory sticks, into your computer. You should first check that your anti-virus program has the latest updates and that its scanner is running. It is also a good idea to disable your operating system's 'AutoPlay' feature, which can be used by viruses to infect your computer. Under Windows XP, this can be done by going inside My Computer, right-clicking on your CD or DVD drive, selecting Properties and clicking on the AutoPlay tab. For each content type, select the Take no action or Prompt me each time to choose an action options then click OK. * You can also help prevent some virus infections by switching to free and open source software, which is often more secure, and which virus writers are less likely to target. AUTORUN.INF KILLER *******techtites****/2009/03/14/eight-applications-to-protect-you-from-autoruninf-viruses/
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13 Sep 2009
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