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By PENGUINSRULE ·
If you have time, I wonder if you could help me with viruses. I have several that are ones that we have to delete the files. They keep coming back. I disabled the file restore function. Apparently they're involved with e-mail and internet because that's when I get the notice that they've been detected and deleted is when I open MS Outlook express or the internet.
I'd like to get rid of them once and for all. Is there anything I can do?
I use command avs from authentium.
Here's what they are: W32/Revop.B in bdl14025.exe, and bdl14122 and bdl14025[1] and bdl14122[1]
W32/Sillydl.CB in msbb.exe and msbb[1].exe
W32/Ncase.A@spy in ktepid.exe

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by TheChas In reply to question about viruses

First, you need to use one of the free tools from either Symantec, or McAfee to remove the virus infection.

Then, you need to install an anti-virus program and keep the virus definition files up to date.

If this is a home system, try Avast www.avast.com
or AVG from Grisoft www.grisoft.com

Once you have your system clean and protected, you might want to consider a software firewall such as Zone Alarm from www.zonelabs.com

Also, make sure that you install ALL critical updates for your version of Windows.

Chas

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by DSC In reply to question about viruses

The virus you are talking about is a little bit tricky because it will return if your not exact with the cleaning process. You must remove the entries from your documents and settings folder under C:\drive under your profile name. Temp directory and Temporary Internet Files, this is found in the Local Settings area. Then you must remove the infected files from your drives "system volume inforamtion" folders. In order to remove the virus once you alreay have it you should boot to a start-up disk or boot disk, then execute a command line or dos based virus scanner. Some product CD's will have a scanner with there software, you can use. Remove all instances of the foreign programs out of your program files directories like Lycos.

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by Megaman`` In reply to question about viruses

If you get bdl14025 pop-up during the start up of Windows. Do the following to remove it:

Download a program called: HijackThis
can be found here: http://www.majorgeeks.com/download3155.html

Install the program and run it. It will list all the changes to IE

find these 2 entries:
O2 - BHO: (no name) - {9C691A33-7DDA-4C2F-BE4C-C176083F35CF} - C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\BRIDGE.DLL

O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [RunDLL] rundll32.exe "C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\BRIDGE.DLL",Load

select them and fix them.
This should resolve the problem.

Also do a Windows update on all critical patches.

Hope this helps u. :)

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by cyprus21pluz In reply to question about viruses

Thank you very much for your help guys. I had this problem only today and I was lucky enough to have a firewall running (we all should) that informed me of this lame .exe trying to access the net. An AdAware scan did the job, it deleted bridge.dll that is associated with the file. Then all I did after that is confirm the .exe wasn't there, and of course, remove all registry entries mentioning bridge.dll so I don't get an annoying message every time Windows starts.

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