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    Arrow Remove Funny UST Scandal.avi.exe (Virus) Easily -Without AntiVirus

    I think this is the worst Virus, from With I suffers a Weak ago!!

    List of Effects this Virus Causes in our PC:

    1. Command Prompt failed to Open
    2. Task Manager Failed to open
    3. Can not Open Registry Editor
    4. We can not restore our System back
    5. PC hangs while Shutdown while operating any Software
    6. “Folder Options” Not Visible

    So, How to Remove this Virus?

    Ya, I am Here to Remove this! Firstly Download “Task Killer Software” (We must have to Download this Software because as we know we can’t use task manager to terminate the virus (the virus automatically close task manager)!!!



    After Installing the “Task Killer Software” Run it, & Now left click on System Tray (On Skull Icon) , Now Click on “Processes” to close the Virus, select process and click yes to the question.

    Process we have to Kill

    1. Killer.exe
    2. Lsass.exe
    3. Smss.exe



    NOTE: Close Only file that have the Icon of Funny UST Scandal.avi.exeOnce you have terminated the killer.exe, lsass.exe & smss.exe you will be able to Run Command prompt.

    So, Here is the Step to get Rid of this Virus, Via Command Prompt (CMD)
    1. Run “Command prompt i.e CMD by Clicking on Start => Run => Type “cmd” .
    2. Now in Command prompt type “cd\”
    3. Type “attrib -h -s smss.exe”
    4. Type “attrib -h -s autorun.inf”
    5. Type “start c:” (a new window will open)
    6. Select smss.exe, autorun.inf, Funny UST Scandal.avi.exe and delete it

    If your PC have Many Drives i.e (D:\, E:\, etc) then you have to do the above process Manually for each Drive!!

    Once you have done the Above process then please Do Continue this Process too..
    1. Run “Command prompt i.e CMD by Clicking on Start => Run => Type “cmd” .
    2. Now in Command prompt type “cd windows”
    3. Type “attrib -h -s smss.exe”
    4. Type “start c:\windows”
    5. Delete the file smss.exe
    6. Now, Go to c:\documents and settings\all users\startmenu\programs\startup
    7. Delete lsass.exe

    Now Last process..

    1. Click “start” then “run”
    2. Type “regedit” then in Regedit Press “Ctrl + F” (From keyboard).
    3. Now Search for “killer.exe”, “lsass.exe”, “smss.exe” manually, & Remove all Entries from which these Files associated with!!

    ==> Once Done Restart your PC!

    Hurray We Did it!! !!!!Virus Removed!!!!

    If you face any problem with the Above Step then please do Inform Me by Doing Comments Below, I will try to Solve your problem!

    Source: http://www.rajeshpatel.net/remove-fu...out-antivirus/
    Last edited by Rahul964; 12th April 2009 at 02:51.

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    task manager of vista and seven is pretty advance and have many new features compared to XPs task manager. it will do all the required monitoring tasks. well thanks for the descriptive tutorial. does this software works with vista and seven?

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    Nitin, It Works on Win98, WinNT 4.x, WinXP, Windows2000, Windows2003, Windows Vista Starter, Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows

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    Interesting tricks for removal of Viruslist.com - Virus.Win32.AutoRun.abt.

    You have a very nice blog, I like it, it's simple and clear

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    I dont see how you've got infected if you have a good av and you're patched and have winpatrol you shouldn't be having any infections nor passing them on to others. This is like closing the stable door after the horse has bolted in my opinion

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    Hey Seti, before I was not using Avira..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rahul964 View Post
    Hey Seti, before I was not using Avira..
    I meant an anti virus programme they are designed to protect you and many of them now are very proactive rather than reactive. And I will keep repeating this to everyone install Winpatrol, because scotty really does detect any changes that happen very, very quickly because damage is called. Personally I think that any one who does not have an anti virus programme installed and updated is a menace to themselves and to all others. This is nothing against you personally, just my view point

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    i think there is no need to worry about infection threats to your PCs if you have fully updated windows vista with UAC enabled, windows defender updated, a good security suite like eset, kaspersky.......and winportal as for more tight security.

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