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k i have a very bad problem one of my computers got infected with this thing called the black worm...i had to restore the whole computer. But now i have it on my other computer which is my working computer i have alot of information the computer. Ive been running nortan antiviris/Ad-aware Se/spy sweeper, almost 5 times a day and i cant get the bastard of my computer....can anyone help??????

<<Kasper>></<kasper>
http://www.symantec.com

See if they have a fix for it.
In response to Tiberath (#1)
hopefully that helps out....right now im at school doing <font color=green>[stuff]</font>...but this worm is like destroying my computer as we speak...like 32 internet explorers pop up every 10 mins....it sucks...tnks for helping.

<<kasper>>
In response to Kasper4sale (#2)
I also make these suggestions to you:

Adaware - Adware remover. (Free for personal use)
Spybot - Search and Destroy - Spyware remover. (Free for personal use)
Avast Anti Virus - Virus Scanner and Remover. (Free for personal use)
AVG Virus Scanner - Virus Scaner and Remover. (Free for personal use)
Black ICE - Firewall (Not free, but does a damn good job.)
Mozilla Firefox - Website Browser (Free)

All can be located at http://www.download.com
In response to Tiberath (#3)
Tiberath wrote:
I also make these suggestions to you:

Adaware - Adware remover. (Free for personal use)
Spybot - Search and Destroy - Spyware remover. (Free for personal use)
Avast Anti Virus - Virus Scanner and Remover. (Free for personal use)
AVG Virus Scanner - Virus Scaner and Remover. (Free for personal use)
Black ICE - Firewall (Not free, but does a damn good job.)
Mozilla Firefox - Website Browser (Free)

All can be located at http://www.download.com

i have all of them besides black ice...so im good but like its just not going away...like its weird cause the black worm is from an email or so they say....but i dont check my mail on my computer at home....and it doesnt have the same side effect as it says it does...its supposed to destroy files, but it doesnt seem to be doing that...but actully i think it was my moms fault i got put away for a month for robbing some [expletive deleted] and she downloaded aol....but who knows....AOL SUCKS
In response to Kasper4sale (#4)
There can be several virus's with a similar name. I saw search results with Black.F Black.A Black.C and so on. Blaster has several recreations, it could be the same with your worm. Check around Symantec until you see a virus with remotely the same name and similar effects.
Also, use Avast's boot time scan and delete all infected files.
In response to Kasper4sale (#4)
i was just talking to my teacher about the black worm, im in cisco/networking, its a sweet class, but he says if u get it, your not getting it off, thats his theory....he fucking hates worms....
In response to Tiberath (#5)
well last night i ran like 3 different things and i had like 6000 effected files....so i deleted most of them, but they will prob be back when i get done school...
In response to Kasper4sale (#7)
If you can't remove the worm doing a memory scan on startup. Then, just format the computer.
Too bad if you have files you want to keep, just format and never look back. That's my final solution.
In response to Tiberath (#8)
how would i do that....sry never did it before?
In response to Kasper4sale (#9)
There are lots of ways to format a computer. But if you are uneducated in the process, the best option is go to a computer store near by and ask them if they can do it for you.
In response to Tiberath (#10)
screw that lol, ill learn myself
In response to Kasper4sale (#11)
This is based of Windows XP.

Put the CD rom in the drive and restart the computer.
Make sure BIOS is configured to start up using the CD.
When asked, press any key to have the computer boot from start up.
Opt to install windows.
When it asks what partition to install it on. Delete all partitions then make a new one.
Select the New one and use Format NTSC(Quick)
Once it's done that, windows will do it's hibbidy jibbidy and just follow the prompts.

Note this is a very sketchy and fast way of doing it, and it would require some knowedge in the field in not screwing it up. The wisest thing would still be to have a tech do it for you.
Or check up on other websites with descriptions on it.
In response to Tiberath (#12)
tnks...
In response to Kasper4sale (#2)
It sounds like it might be vundo, but lets see if it is infact black worm.

this will detect and remove blackworm.
http://www.bitdefender.com/site/Download/ downloadRemovalTool/521/1/Antinyxem-EN.exe

If it popups about blackworm then use this too VundoFix.exe:
http://www.atribune.org/ccount/click.php?id=4

Please replay with any in infomation after runing the programs.