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No LAN, No WAN, Yes trojan dropper

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by govert, Jun 22, 2012.

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  1. govert

    govert Thread Starter

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    I have no Internet on my windows 7 32b anymore.
    -My wifi connection was gone. the computer couldn't find any wireless networks. the router works fine with my other computer and media player.
    -when connecting the Lan, the problem solver vixted the Lan problem for a short time then it broke down again.
    -i've dropped cccleaner, malwarebytes(pup.Toolbardownloader) and superantispyware(found trojan.dropper/SVChost-Fake)
    -HijackThis + DDS + GMER. i've had it the last time, but i can only find HijackThis on my computer.
    -HijackThis warns:
    system denied write access to the hosts file, if any hijacked domains are in this file, hijackthis may not be able to fix this.
    you need to edit yourself notepad C:\Windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts
    -I cannot upload the file(is there something to look fore)
    -i have win patrol that sees diverent hidden files(components with long numbers ending TM.blf and TMContainer) from the date WAN was lost and the date LAN was lost.
    Who can help me out this mess?????
    regards,
    govert
     
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