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    seraph97095 is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Default something about Trojan viruses on the site

    everytime i try to dl mangas from this site i get attack by trojan viruses...is it just me? can someone help me out?
    took me like 4 hours to get rid of all the adwares and viruses i've gotten from this site yesterday :P

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    adrian_senoadji is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Yes I'm also got trojan, and actually it's come from pop up each time you click on download link. The name of trojan is Trojan-clicker.HTML.Agent.a.
    I'm using f-secure antivirus, and each time I got this trojan, I always delete the file by using this antivirus. However you can delete manually if you want.
    Try to open C:\documents and settings\"your name or your computer name"\local settings\temporary internet files\Content.IE5\"the name of the folder that get infected"
    I know which folder that get infected from the antivirus warning, but If you don't know which folder that get infected, just deleted them all.
    I hope this will solve your problem.

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    Get a spyware cleaner like SpySweeper. And run a firewall. Thank-you for your attention.


    http://www.chunlikickedme.com

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    qualia is offline Senior Member Respected Member
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    Wow.. that's a long time assuming you're using an antivirus. I never got one, all the files hosted are clean. Unless the file comes from an external source, it shouldn't be a problem. I'm using Opera 9 (version 8.52 is better in my opinion..), enable pop-up blocker.

    I personally try to avoid using IE if possible, due to its having many security holes.. Anyways, avoid clicking on links that you're not sure of and those that look suspicious. Most popups are, that's why I use a popup blocker (love opera's popup blocker for this reason). This applies to most websites, not just this one -- safe internet surfing habits!

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    This site always gets attacks and such. Just keep your computer secure and it shouldn't leak out to you guys.

    Sounds like a good firewall is what you really need here. Look into those and it should help you a lot. Zone Alarm is a good free one of the top of my head, but a lot of people have configuration problems with the engine. Other than that, Outpost is the only other I can think of. Just google around for a comparison chart and get the one that gets the best score for your price range.
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    IrrugaSinX is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    just use latest Mozilla Firefox (1.5.0.5), google and yahoo toolbar with pop-up blocker, AVG antivirus, Spybot search and destroy and u should be fine... i have been surfing and downloading from Stoptazmo for about 5-6 month and never been atck from trojan....

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    <Kira> is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    Quote Originally Posted by adrian_senoadji
    Yes I'm also got trojan, and actually it's come from pop up each time you click on download link. The name of trojan is Trojan-clicker.HTML.Agent.a.
    I'm using f-secure antivirus, and each time I got this trojan, I always delete the file by using this antivirus. However you can delete manually if you want.
    Try to open C:\documents and settings\"your name or your computer name"\local settings\temporary internet files\Content.IE5\"the name of the folder that get infected"
    I know which folder that get infected from the antivirus warning, but If you don't know which folder that get infected, just deleted them all.
    I hope this will solve your problem.

    I've been recently attacked by four trojan viruses. My Norton Anti-Virus scanner picked it up when I got it but it was only able to delete one of them. Then I went to my temporary Internet files and manually delted all of the files in it. I was still online when I did this. The next day I went online and my computer was running slow. I thought that maybe one of the trojan viruses hacked my browser or something so I disconnected myself from the internet. Then I tried to access my Task Manager and it says that it has been disabled by the administrator. I didn't know what happened. I'm not sure if the trojan virus somehow "survived" and attached itself into another file. Not sure how trojans really work. Now I'm sorta scared that those trojan viruses will let a remote user to hack into my computer. HELP!!!

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    Gensoku is offline Senior Member Respected Member
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    What I would do is download and install Ewido (free trial version, it's a Trojan/spyware/malware scanner) and then restart the computer into Safe Mode (By tapping F8 as your computer boots up) then run the scanner and leave it for a while.

    Hopefully all the trojans are deleted...if you want you can uninstall Ewido after you are done with it. After that, maybe you want to try some spyware scans? Using Ad-Aware and stuff like that.

    After all the trojans and stuff are removed then I suggest you switch antivirus maybe and get some spyware protection and get a firewall if you don't already have one. There's some good free stuff out there and if you are willing to shell out some cash there is plenty as well. Look in the Tech Support stickies and there's a good list

    Depending on what version of Norton Antivirus you have it might be even better to get a free antivirus.

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    Heiji1412 is offline Senior Member Frequent Poster
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    I only get a warning (from Kaspersky, if you're looking for a good AV, this is it) when I browse using IE, which I then block, nothing comes up when using Firefox. This is from the webpage, not from the zip files.

    Soo, either don't use IE, or use an AV if you insist on using IE...

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    *Bans CI*



    XD
    Just kidding, eh?

 

 
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