julio99

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About julio99

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  1. I have DoNotTrackMe installed in Chrome and Firefox, although I use Chrome as my primary browser. As I only ran scans with EEK maybe once a month they only found 10 tracking cookies in the search and I'd say that's not bad after a month. I do run CCleaner on a scheduled task 2 times a week at night so that probably helps and if my browser history gets too full I'll run google chromes default cleaner. Pretty easy like you said to get rid of those so I won't use EEK for that anymore. Just malware.
  2. I was told that the whole search and delete of the COOKIES is going to be a thing of the past very soon. As I was having problems with both cookies and malware deleting or quarantining I have finally got my cleaning driver to work again. All except for the cookies and I was told not to sweat that as it would be a thing of the past soon enough. Any idea when hat might happen? By the way thanks for the heads up!
  3. Thank you. So this isn't just me? Man I worked my ass of trying to figure this out.
  4. Wow someone else that had issues with this. I have been trying to get this tool to work the way it used to for the longest time now. One of their support people had me re-register my registry files but the reason I had to do that was because I couldn't get the tool to register the driver that sends the stuff to Quarantine. I finally got it to work last night but I still can't get rid of the tracking cookies. Let me know if you find anything out new. I will do the same .
  5. Got another one for you. I ran the Repair tool to that you linked for me and I fixed the registry files. Or re-registered them and I re-ran the EEK. It actually worked for the one piece of Malware that it found but it won't quarantine or delete the tracking cookies. The checkmark is now in the driver box of Autoruns and it is checked, but it will not delete these tracking cookies. The 1 piece of Malware went right awayt to quarantine but the tracking cookies just stayed. What is up??? I am losing my mind with this. Aren't these cookies supposed to delete otherwise why ask if I want to search for them?
  6. I just downloaded and ran it again off of a Flash drive and it wanted to work but would not put the tracking cookies in Quarantine or delete them. I went into Autoruns to see about the driver and this time it was there but the box next to it was unchecked. What do you think?
  7. I went to the Windows Repair page that you linked me to and noticed that the Registry permissions line was highlighted. Was that you or just an example from webpage designers? The reason I ask is there are 28 plus boxes that could be checked. Is this the one that you think is most likely the culprit? I just need to know which one you think I should click? I have about a months worth of Acronis backups so I'm not afraid to make a mistake. Would rather not but there has to be a reason this is happening.
  8. This is the second post today. Sorry for going on but I'd like to try and get to the root of why this cleaning helper driver will not register. I uninstalled Norton and MalwareBytes today completely to see if this was the cause and I ran scans with EEK on the Flash and then off of the C drive. Both times it failed to register the driver. What would you do? Is this EEK still messed up or is it something in my system that is preventing this from working? I have a Kaspersky Rescue disk that I thought might be worth running to see if it's some piece of Malware that is embedded deep and is preventing the driver from registering. If you have another answer please feel free to give it to me if you would.
  9. That "Conduit" file was the only item that was detected in the second scan so the the "Script" did it"s job as it deleted the conduit file.
  10. I understand what you said both times. What I am trying to say to you is I have run 2 different scans on 2 separate occasions. The first time I ran it it worked and kicked all the malware. The second scan, different day I ran through the same procedure of copying and pasting in the box with the one new piece of Malware from the new scan. It also deleted that besides not finding all that other stuff. So it actually worked 2 separate times for me and I was under the impression that you told me it was on good to work the one time, but that Conduit entry that it deleted was the only piece of Malware from the second go round. I can use this script numerous times?
  11. Just on the first topic with the Conduit post. What I meant was when I first used your script to delete all those bad entries the "Conduit" line was not in there. It only became part of the bad stuff on the second go around and your script deleted it. I guess what I am trying to get at was when you first replied to me I understood by your reply that your script was only good for the first time you used it? When I added the one piece of malware,"Conduit" on the second go around your script deleted it. So I guess what I am trying to figure is that your script works more than once even though it includes the log of the stuff that it deleted the prior time? It appears that it worked twice for me because the Conduit line was the only thing added the second time and it did delete it.
  12. First on the OTL script that I left you yesterday. If you notice the 3rd entry down on the registry files that has /Software/Conduit/? That was the only piece of malware that came up on the scan yesterday so it looks like it might have worked again because it says it deleted it successfully. Even though it added all the other files that it had taken out the scan before, it still got the one from yesterday. Strange? As for when the driver registers. When you download and extract or when you click Quarantine? By the way thanks for answering these questions. You have been a lot of help.
  13. I just did a quick scan with EEK and ended up with one bad file. I wanted to look at Blitz Bank and I don't think I have enough knowledge to start hacking stuff without really knowing how to use it. Now that I said that I had to run your .OTL Script.txt and when I did that I noticed that the log had all the bad things left over in the log. Not active but as you can see in the log file I have enclosed that there is a lot of things that were already done still in the log plus the one new file it deleted (Conduit) Reg Key. What I take from that is he script should be re-written every time or you'll end up with a log of all the stuff you have ever deleted, correct? It still works, you just end up with a lot of extra reading. 04152014_114355.log
  14. I'm just going to keep the tool as is for now. Can you answer me this please. I have used this tool a long time and I never had this hiccup before. That said though, when we were doing this and I think you may have mentioned disabling Norton and MBAM which I did and I still got the same result. When I download this Kit I was extracting it to my Flash drive. Is that how it is supposed to be installed because it defaults when I click open to C:/EEK. I always just let it install to the Flash instead. Is there a way to tell if the Driver you speak of gets registered?