Windows 7 Pro 64 bit NSBU 22.214.171.124 IE 11 Sandro_cm Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 06-Dec-2009 Posts: 2,191 Solutions: 52 Kudos: 357 Kudos0 Re: Home page reset Posted: 06-Feb-2015 | 4:46PM • Sandro F 4 E Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 23-May-2009 Posts: 8,410 Solutions: 287 Kudos: 1,717 Kudos0 Re: Home page reset Posted: 06-Feb-2015 | 5:55PM • Permalink SuperantiSpyware and WinPatrol both have On this link I recommended to install MalwarebytesAnti-Malware Free which is effective in removing adware. If I reboot it now, I won't have access until tonight.) However, this insidious thing appears to recreate that SAMICRO.DLL every time the system comes up - since it was apparently
AV programs are REACTIONARY. It would be interesting to find out what software is leading this. I can't believe that the email support people didn't suggest that. thus no more popup reminder either now. https://community.norton.com/en/forums/action-required-popup-wont-go-away
I emailed Norton support and they told me to do a live chat which I don't want to do because I don't have the time to devote to it. Thanks. We had a power failure here at my house and thereby lost access. (Can things get any worse?) Anyway, the computer is acually running noticeably faster after everything done so far Windows 10 Anniversary Edition 1607 Norton Security with Back Up-- Current Replies are locked for this thread.
I'm sorry to have to give you this facts of life talk about computers, but no AV program will catch everything. Yesterday a Norton/Symantec page keeps opening up every time I open internet explorer. I purchased a 3-license and have installed on 2 boxes, 1st is Vista64 the other XP Pro (all MS updates applied). I would personally recommend Firefox with the NoScript extension for added security, but it the important thing is to pick one and use it instead of IE.(5) AVG Free and Avast
Sandro Ggodbey7 Newbie1 Reg: 06-Feb-2015 Posts: 3 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Home page reset Posted: 06-Feb-2015 | 8:37AM • Permalink Hello, My homepage was reset to the Norton Systematic page Malwarebytes Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Well, three really, but...1: What you have isn't a virus, it's malware2: Norton is crap, replace it with anything that isn't McAfee3: The following are some tips to help prevent this https://community.norton.com/en/forums/restart-message-wont-go-away sublime1-ga Clarification of Question by scotttygett-ga on 24 Oct 2005 17:20 PDT That's a fairly offbeat solution, hiding two files.
https://submit.symantec.com/dispute/false_positive/ http://www.threatexpert.com/submit.aspx https://submit.symantec.com/websubmit/retail.cgi If you know that it may not pass muster because of the nature of it, the disc might be the way to go. I installed everything executed everything per your instructions. Thank you. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and
The first time was last month when attempting to open a Canon website to register a product and the second time was just last evening while I was attempting to open this content Dictionary - file:///C:\Program Files\Yahoo!\Common/ycdict.htmO8 - Extra context menu item: Yahoo! Norton Homepage Once you are completely sure your computer is clean, you can turn ON System Restore. I have not received another prompt to restart such as the screen shot indicated within this thread.
I will display the Hamilton portrait in a place worthy of it. Sorry about that - I'd read the cached page and gave you the URL for the live page. They told me these things just happen and Norton cannot be expected to catch all viruses. I also looked at those links you provided. (much of that are my own pleas of help.) One of the links pointed to PANDA Software ActiveScan ...
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If you want to know more about it anyway, I can dig up some dirt on it. ewido ----- + Report-Checksum: EB1E6CF4 + Scan result: No infected objects found. ::Report End Back to top #6 pskelley pskelley Staff Emeritus 1,487 posts OFFLINE Local time:09:42 PM Posted 14 Sandro_cm Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 06-Dec-2009 Posts: 2,191 Solutions: 52 Kudos: 357 Kudos0 Re: Home page reset Posted: 06-Feb-2015 | 8:04AM • Permalink Hi PhxFlyer, thank you for sharing.
I'll check that link,... I did not have to re-enter keys. Seems every AV calls the junk something different, I am showing it as this: http://www3.ca.com/securityadvisor/virusin...s.aspx?id=39437 There is no doubt your security has been compromised and not only do I suggest you A method I more commonly use is simply to rename the offending files, say to symwsc.ex and symwscno.ex for example.
She has no idea where it came from. I've lost count, more than 60 computers. Restart the computer and post the ewido scan results, a new HJT log and your comments, how are you running now.Thanks...pskelleyBleepingComputer MS-MVP Windows Security 2007-08 Proud Member ASAP UNITE Member 2006 In my NS logs I also have many instances of "svchost.exe" - and realize it is Norton. I run NS quick scans (if the system does not) a couple of times