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Somethings very wrong here...

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by AZZ, Feb 4, 2008.

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  1. AZZ

    AZZ Thread Starter

    Feb 4, 2008
    Okay there is something seriously wrong with my laptop. A couple of days ago it started displaying error messages and windows defender started giving me trojan warnings. Like an idiot I had allowed my norton internet security subscription to expire. So then i downloaded spybot search and destroy and got a norton antivirus subscription for 12 months. I scanned my computer with both and removed all the evils within my laptop, or so it seemed. Now whats happening is that on startup i get a RunDLL error message. Random webpages open up while im browsing the internet. Spybot keeps alerting me of registry changes which i am forced to approve because they keep popping up a mile a minute if denied. Both windows defender and Norton antivirus keep alerting me to different trojans and 'threats'. However, when i scan my pc with these 2 softwares, they declare it COMPLETELY HEALTHY?! :confused:
    here are some of the things that windows defender spybot and norton alert me to but are unable to detect later on:
    a number of different "trojans" (thats all norton says)
    and according to norton my computer keeps doing something called WebDir activity by pinging something called everer.com .
    please help!
    theres something seriously wrong here.
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