Be extremely careful about any email that claims or appears to look to be
from Microsoft that has email attachments.
There are a number of fake emails from admin (at) microsoft (dot) com
MS never ever sends unsolicited items by email.
On the rogue message, if still present, use press and hold ALT key, then
press F4 function key to get it closed.
Since it appears you have residual infection issues, let me suggest you get
Read the topmost directions at one of the following forums
and post your logs as required by that forum.
Do NOT post your logs here on the MS newsgroups. http://aumha.net/viewforum.php?f=30
, http://forum.malwareremoval.com/viewforum.php?f=11 http://forums.spywareinfo.com/index.php?showforum=18 http://www.spywarewarrior.com/viewfo...hp?showforum=7
other appropriate forums for expert analysis, not here.**Make very sure you read and follow the very topmost instructions at theforum you have selected.--Maurice NMS-MVP--"oblique1" <oblique1@xxxxxx> wrote in messagenews
2D4C073-2060-489C-95DB-297C93D807B6@xxxxxx> Hi,>> I've also been infected with this .. yeah through an email from> microsoft.com .. should have been more alert I guess .. but anyway its way> from fixed.>> I was able to disable the thing and delete part of it, but I think i'vemade> things worse somehow becaues bits and pieces of it are still hanging on...>> For example:>> My desktop has been replaced by an Anti-virus message that I can't shift.> Also, I can no longer access my screen savers because when I go through> control panel to set the screen saver I get this message "Your system> administrator has disabled launching of the Display Settings ControlPanel".> So I can't change any settings ... Its also now prompting me for passwords> every time i get an email .. JEEZ!!>> I'm having trouble installing the malware program that was recommended ...>> Can someone please put me in the right direction
>> thanks in advance for any good advice...>