Re: Dial Up Networking window popping up problem.

From: Rubicon (no email)
Date: 01/18/05


Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2005 05:36:28 GMT

donnie,

Thankyou to you and to all the others for your help.

The very latest definitions for AVGs free Anti-Virus scanner found
four more Trojans and got rid of them. The problem has been fixed. One
seemed to be designed to delay a buffer.

Once again thanks to all.

Cheers.

On Sun, 16 Jan 2005 13:33:32 GMT, donnie <donnie@queyosepa.org> wrote:

>On Mon, 17 Jan 2005 06:35:29 GMT, (Rubicon) wrote:
>
>>donnie,
>>
>>No hits at all on any of the recommended search words or the IP
>>address.
>>
>>Tried SpySweeper also but too no avail.
>>
>>Cheers.
>#############################
>I assume you saw my second post suggesting to search for dapsol and
>nothing came up either. That's a tough one. At least you have it
>blocked on your firewall. Here's something else.
> http://computercops.biz/postp415482.html
>http://computercops.biz/print-1-95618.html
>Those are just 2 of the many results from a google search for dapsol.
>I didn't see a solution but it seems to be common. There are some
>references to HKLM and Trusted Zones.
>Wait a minute. I just went to internet options, security in IE. I
>highlited Trusted Zones and clicked on sites. In there was aol.com
>which I never put there and certainly don't trust them. Look in
>there.
>donnie.