Re: spyware

  • From: "Steve" <k8sp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 2 Jan 2005 12:45:52 -0500


Try running the HijackX Utility.

There are also some other hijacked webpage browser removal tools.  You can try 
checking these out as well, hopefully you can avoid reformatting.

This little didy will get rid of some of the more well known Home page 

Hijack This and BHODemon and Browser Hijack Blaster

Hijack This |
Written by a member of our support forums and based on our Hijacked! article, 
this program scans the locations in your computer system that may be modified
by browser hijackers and fixes any problems found. An easy-to-understand 
tutorial is available at
BHODemon |
Think of BHODemon as a guardian for your Internet browser: it protects you 
from unknown Browser Helper Objects (BHOs), by letting you enable/disable them
individually. This program is my choice for BHO detection and is highly 

Browser Hijack Blaster |
Running silently in the background, Browser Hijack Blaster only springs into 
action when an attempt is made. It watches and protects the following items:
IE Homepage, IE Default Page, IE Search Page, BHOs. Whenver one of the above 
items is changed, or a BHO is added, you are immediately provided with 
on the item, along with the option to keep the change, or revert to your 
previous settings.

Take my advice, I don't use it anyway.


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