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W32 Blaster.worm

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by oddball7, Nov 8, 2011.

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  1. oddball7

    oddball7 Thread Starter

    Jul 13, 2011
    This Privacy Protection thing keeps popping up. I have never heard of this program. It won't let me run anything. It won't let me run internet, antivirus, no uninstalling. Anytime you try to do something is say (whatever program) "infected by W32/Blaster.worm. Please activate Privacy Protection to protect your computer." If you try to activate the Privacy Protection you need to enter a Registration E-mail and Registration Key. I tried finding a way to find more information about this program and one ended up wanting to take me to a web page which my actual paid for antivirus doesn't want you to go to. The literal notification for Privacy Protection says "Malicious" programs are being found on the computer.

    Right after turning the computer on and logging in the Privacy Protection will open up and start scanning the computer. I have seen the beginning of 3 different scans and the very first thing that pops up is "C:\After Dark Games Demo\AD Games Demo Uninstall.exe" The first time and the third time it said the Malware Name was "Infected:W32/Child-Porn.PROXY/Server" but the second time it said it was a Trojan. This is why I don't believe that program is for real.

    Also when the internet cord is connected is says that someone from a different IP address is trying to get our information or something. I didn't write down exactly what it was.

    For the record we have "Titanium Antivirus+"

    Someone please help me get this computer back to normal.
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