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Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by Webman, Feb 15, 2007.

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  1. Webman

    Webman Thread Starter

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    Here is a log I posted, my network admin said there is something that is firing at ports 80 and ports 8080. He said he wasn't sure if it was malware but here is a log.
     

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  2. Byteman

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    Hi, Don't see anything obvious in the log.

    Have you looked at this> http://www.grc.com/port_8080.htm

    You also are using a Proxy server, probably through Norton programs, here: 65.183.219.98:3128 port number 3128

    Probably you should scan with admin's OK....at http://www.grc.com/intro.htm

    Go down to "Hot Spots" and find ShieldsUp.... this port scan can take quite a while if you do the full one.
     
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    I didn't know I was using a proxy server...do you think getting rid of Norton would solve this problem? Only problem is they have this thing called blue socket which keeps kicking me off the network anytime I try and get on so it's hard to do scans like the one on grc...I am at a college dorm hope some of this helps...
     
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    Hi, Well that info helps explain things.- the school itself may be the proxy cause, I would ask them, show them the log etc.

    You are usually required to run certain security programs- make sure you can let Norton go before you do anything.
     
  5. Webman

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    yeah I talked to the network admin and he said he is 110% sure it is spyware/adware that is the problem, although he isn't a very honest person. He said that I am not getting redirected because something is blasting at ports 80 and 8080.
     
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    Hi,, OK, so are you permitted to scan your own computer, with programs you can download,that we reccommend? I can't go any further- if you can't connect, you will have to have someone who can burn the downloads to scan with, or take the computer to a friend's place and use their connection.

    The downloads are not the problem if you have high enough speed, you can get them where you are, if that is allowed...some schools are picky.

    You can get the download, install the program, connect and get the latest updates and then disconnect to scan, they do not depend on the Net....however, our usual method is to run some online scanners, that take quite a while (hour or more in some cases) so you probably won't be able to stay online that long, at the beginning... post back.
     
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