After factory restore AVG alerts Internet Access attempts.
original title : IM SCARED!!!!!
well i had some kinda virus im thinking it was addware...
i did a full factory restore and it seems as if that threat is gone but now a day after i did the restore i keep getting a pop up about every 2-4 mins from AVG saying that a program is trying to access
internet cnnection and each time it will have a name for EX: AOL: 3.5:56 " or something like that sometimes the name will change and sometimes it will be just the number that changes ????? i have ran a number of different scans and they have all came back
clean except one thing called "tracking cookie.dubble click." which has been removed and im still getting the same kind of pop up i've atually gotten two of them while writting this....
NOW I DONT KNOW A WHOLE LOT ABOUT COMPUTERS SO PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!
Solutions to the Problem After factory restore AVG alerts Internet Access attempts.
Suggest that you first rule out malware as the cause of the issue by doing the following:
Try to have the system scanned with both of the following in this order -don't skip around...
I.- Clear out your Temporary files
Clean up the system (clearing out all the temp/tmp folders, and included all offline content, clearing the browser tif, delete cookies.
Click Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools >
Best and əasier to use - CCləaner.
Download the basic (Slim) build via
The basic (Slim) build does not contain the disgusted Toolbar
DO NOT USE ANY Advanced cləaning options.
DO NOT TOUCH THE REGISTRY.
At ləast not for now.
II.- Have your system scanned by the installed antivirus/security suite.
III.- Run this tool from Kaspersky: How to remove malware belonging to the family
IV.- Download, install, update, and run scans with both of these free anti-malware tools:
A very good antimalware app are SUPERAntiSpyware (SAS) and
MalwareBytes Anti-Malware (MBAM) .
The recommendation is to use the intelligent quick scan routinely, and do full scans either on a longer periodicity--weekly, monthly--or only when something is found or you have some reason for suspicion
MalwareBytes AntiMalware (MBAM)
UTC/GMT is 09:23 on Monday, June 18, 2012
- Access the files on your computer via MY COMPUTER
- Under the C: drive, access the WINDOWS folder
- Select the SOFTWARE DISTRIBUTION folder, followed by the DOWNLOAD folder.
- Delete any files within this download folder.
- If you are unable to delete these files, open the command prompt (CMD) as the administrator, and type "net stop wuauserv" into the CMD prompt window. Press ENTER. This should allow you to delete the files from step 4.
- Once the files are deleted, open and run the CMD as the administrator and type "wuauclt.exe /updatenow". Press ENTER.
Recommended Method to Repair the Problem: After factory restore AVG alerts Internet Access attempts.:
How to Fix After factory restore AVG alerts Internet Access attempts. with SmartPCFixer?
1. You can Download SmartPCFixer here. Install it on your computer. When you open it, it will perform a scan.
2. After the scan is done, you can see the errors and problems which need to be repaired.
3. The Fixing part is done, the speed of your computer will be much higher than before and the errors have been removed.
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