Ernurner

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  1. New OA bug, now the firewall option/catagory does not appear unless on the status window I click the green check and choose not to close firewall. Then it appears for as long as the window is open. weird. :|
  2. Everything seems to be normal now, however time will tell. Started with GoForFiles.exe which had installed browsercake.exe and some dll(s), then after EAM quar~..d them, I wanted to be sure no traces were left. KasperskyTDSSK found registry dir path(s) some of which had browsercake etc So after I skimmed the list compared to HijackThis txt I had made the morning I installed the OS, and security software/drivers etc, etc Kaspersky had finished, as well as EAM, HiJackThis Online cloud tool, and Hitmanpro. After finding nothing with those and then logging out/back in to check for good behavior, and used gmerto check for running processes since kaspersky wouldn't do it w/o rebooting first which defeats the purpose of an emergency responce tool in my opinion, it found 43 hidden processes that couldn't display any mods or strings etc, but had the SID at least, I tried to taskkill /f sid:which didn't work so I checked the mbr, registry and gpedit, to make sure I could boot in safemode and held the on/off button and booted in said mode. Then I ran the neat usbEmergency stick using command line and hijackfree. I don't know a lot of the info that comes up in HiJackFree so decided best not to change anything. Opened HiJackThis, and deleted some ads, bhos, regkeys, hidden/blank entrys in scan, and by accident the audio video codecs not native to windows were removed. Last time I rebooted EAM said that the trial expired and was stuck on the enter lic code page, but the application itself runs fine. after I suspended the process to close in hopes after a good 30min+ it wouldn't open back up, and sure enough the problem with lic window stopped. reinstalled the codecs from backup disc and everything seems back to normal (OA has another bug) (It is getting late and w/o proof reading im just going to go ahead and post in hope I typed with passable grammer and made sence, =) )
  3. Sorry it took so long to respond, I am used to newsposts via (any) application because web browsers tend to change too often... The answer to your question about Seamonkey, It is the title of the folder yes.. I can explain the strange directory name as it is just a customized title. I do this with most applications that get updates this way when I get an alert from EAM/OA, it may give me a better idea of what the update did as far as a build or new version which normally creates a new directory so I can make a choice without having to check.
  4. AMHazard Entry Notes Tech Bug Document Start, 12:58 AM 7/4/2013 Notepad, Arial Script: Western ++SENDING COPY TO EMSISOFT ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ Bug Report for; Online Armor, Premium edition, Version 6.0.0.1736 Machine; Windows 7 Ultimate, Service Pack 1, x86 (32Bit) Currently installed security related products; Hijackthis Version 2.0.2, EAM Version 8.0.0.10 & HiJackFree Version 4.5, NoScript (BHO) for: Seamonkey 2.17.1, BatchPurifier LITE (FreeEdition), NoVirusThanks Kernel Mode Drivers Manager Version 1.0.0.0.0, Hitmanpro Version 3.7, Fortres Grand Version 101 6.5 (This platform has been disabled using MMC: Services, Regedit for compadibility reasons), Process Explorer v15.23 (Replaced Windows Task Manager), Windows Firewall, Windows Defender (MSWDef~ Is currently & is almost always disabled). ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ Problem Details; Steps for Reproduction Bug: 1. This problem is produced if OA Config Interface is the current window. 2. User click/selects Catagory AntiKeylogger. OA Alert Popup Contains Message, "C:\Program Files\MSM130111\crashreporter.exe is Trusted." I have tried blocking, allowing, disable, Trust, Ask, Run Safer, rule combinations for file mentioned in the alert. NOTE, I reboot after making no more then 3 changes per session in order to isolate inadvertant causes of unforeseen undesirable behaviors in windows so I could revert back w/o adding to the confusion. Seamonkey is a browser suit that includes, Email client IRC client UsenetNews Client, Tools for Developers etc, & is a product of Mozilla.org I am new so I hope I put this in the right place. -Aaron Aka "Ernurner"