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  1. gooshimin
    NEEDED A SECURITY SYSTEM COMPUTER TECH AS A TUTOR. WITH SKILLS IN THE FIELD OF PROGRAMMING IN JAVA - BASIC - (?)

    Does anybody have some time to help me learn about why I keep having some details going on with my computer system? I imagine there are thousands of others like me that would like some free help. I am just to my end at resolving things. I am having Security Breeching Issues or Internet Security Problems. My Rights get taken away and files destroyed. I need Troubleshooting tips and I would like to be able to understand some of how this is being done. I have saved much from many systems lost due to same issues. I have spoke with Microsoft and my IP and Norton is not to bad but it is a handful of a program.

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  1. Iwitchfinder
    Have you tried TDSS killer in safe mode? It is an anti-root kit that eliminates connections viruses and worms establish to steal data and keep the computer locked up. If it is used before any harm is done you can save the computer from complete annihilation. I also use malwarebytes for my weekly safe mode scans, as well as system ninja for the junk.

    Hope this helps. :)
  2. fibromyalgia
    gooshimin Read the Sticky - Logs to assist in cleaning malware http://forum.avast.com/index.php?topic=53253.0

    Then go and start a thread and ask what you already have Here: http://forum.avast.com/index.php?board=4.0
    There are many Forums who train experts to help Windows users cope with the scurge of Malware, and give good sound advice as to why you have become infected.
    As a start point follow the links and be ready to learn.
    You will be given the proper advice of what to do next from trained people who have spent many years 'cleaning Malware' from victims Computers, and they are good at it !

    Essentially I moved to Linux, but I realise that's impossible to many.

    All the best. :thumbsup:
  3. gooshimin
    thank you all for your help the problem has gotten much worse and I actually think there is a business that's behind some of it. more later
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