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want removal for Cyber Security?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Step 1 : Use Windows File Search Tool to Find Cyber Security Path

    "Cyber Security" files can be found in the directory path(s):

    %ProgramFiles%\CSec

    Read more on How to Find Cyber Security with File Search Tool

    Step 2 : Use Windows Task Manager to Remove Cyber Security Processes

    Remove the "Cyber Security" processes files:

    tsc.exe

    cs.exe

    csc.exe

    Read more on How to kill Cyber Security Processes

    Step 3 : Use Registry Editor to Remove Cyber Security Registry Values

    Locate and delete "Cyber Security" registry entries:

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run "1FD92E3F7C34799BFB075C41DA05D1FE"

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Cyber Security

    Read more on How to Remove Cyber Security Registry Entries

    Step 4 : Use Windows Command Prompt to Unregister Cyber Security DLL Files

    Search and unregister "Cyber Security" DLL files:

    winsource.dll

    Read more on How to Remove Cyber Security DLL Files

    Step 5 : Detect and Delete Other Cyber Security Files

    Remove the "Cyber Security" processes files:

    tsc.exe

    cs.exe

    Cyber Security.lnk

    Registration.lnk

    Help.lnk

    winsource.dll

    csc.exe

    Read more on How to Delete Harmful Files

    Step 6 : View the Cyber Security Components with its MD5s

    Remove the "Cyber Security" components:

    File Name File Size MD5

    Soft_21[1].exe 177664 6e160c22bb387fc307b0b5d1bef09208

    cs.exe 1224704 336235804fcdd192b0e38754f6062050

    tsc.exe 1232384 6f81b9116bfaf79a14271c000a60610c

    cs.exe 1232896 fd85c1cf49ab75394e2f2bdc0cf38293

    cs.exe 1228288 baba3295796e02999532488a52ad84a4

    cs.exe 1218048 708ea88d5202cfafd6c6d781862e811d

    cs.exe 1216512 32d8e30eae8a2c5515facd5ac876c382

    tsc.exe 1226240 a67d58f496ab107a0df6ef618d23f0be

    iehelpmod.dll 351744 efde01c6a3f3bc8207064958879b8989

    iehelpmod.dll 346112 bbdae5913f1c2f1c43fcce22c7c342c4

    cs.exe 1239552 7e6858e20f6db55fd100a99547bb618d

    cs.exe 1223680 30521bf81eff4429bfa99af34fb8f9fb

    cs.exe 1222656 4553daec7a05018e74a877098709ae19

    cs.exe 1222144 657b16b08888e043c490651b1f37284a

    cs.exe 1221632 a9f1a39a425d0ccfd4b5183c9173b734

    cs.exe 1221120 6443ca87e9b8992ca218fc9c096f2d29

    cs.exe 1215488 b47ff6274c38342544783b4ff53d342d

    cs.exe 1291264 48371ee544f7d0094653f18b0599cae9

    cs.exe 1206272 df9b6fdeb63174cfa0cf056880d20d96

    cs.exe 1255424 8ce716f00c57121d221a9d020fc942b7

    cs.exe 1262592 07af747b2af402ee9dca6811e463b155

    cs.exe 1282048 c16c0bcc2b581bc67753e9af345928c5

    iehelpmod.dll 347648 21cb54926324455571c2d93b508b3763

    cs.exe 1223168 ad62d1413a613031561a3c184f605d4a

    tsc.exe 1229312 838caeb63b82925ea86a900c02d2d8c8

    cs.exe 1220096 ca526dea546a972c1b06edd5df815fe6

    cs.exe 1223168 8e81ab590f99cafc2e76db5fcb0c3ab7

    cs.exe 1230336 aeafce6bbd46b54639e8e95bfa428071

    cs.exe 1211904 b09e4fc5ec1700c9b20cbea818c36e30

    iehelpmod.dll 353792 d851385da57f2e1a18fe7f79eb725946

    iehelpmod.dll 356864 292380be1ba856065ab008a053698d4d

    iehelpmod.dll 356352 33486e5bbd3e97a85441d2de1d00915e

    cs.exe 1232384 389a2325fc1fd7621e1172df2e066760

    cs.exe 1225728 0a99dd54bd90c7b5ce88b687e0ff87fe

    cs.exe 1208320 ab9c467a3704e73b6b979e93977d8605

    cs.exe 1228800 ecc0a20a56ef433da32ee75326404ed8

    cs.exe 1209344 cac6a452e22359e299eba3a0db7fc3de

    cs.exe 1228288 17e36a73c0d321ea02b0861bf6ac35ff

    cs.exe 1223680 1024ec5a496ac35fcba5d3fe6ff8a6f4

    cs.exe 1227776 0d32dc2b99979fccde3c9da0acfb7d58

    cs.exe 1222144 9da72f898f31cec01650e08406a6100a

    cs.exe 1217024 b762dff18653e7065f08b736844fc894

    cs.exe 1216000 490d64efc98fb1e7610ae25d3e4bb677

    cs.exe 1216000 3872258ac601e1003660dae4068dbe7a

    tsc.exe 1223168 c71c7d864408b4b64c542269f52af140

    tsc.exe 1293824 d29c011c97cc6a412939b6037c641e7e

    cs.exe 1222144 2269844aee2b118733064e7c940ac957

    cs.exe 1230848 29e5c0e54c73ef8c213eb8280582169b

    cs.exe 1224192 0f45f55ac0fccc1a94ba6e7f2c6a7803

    cs.exe 1226240 911c2e7f8bac3686f2d5f45a73ad5368

    cs.exe 1223168 0f389c167733fce56fa215e31d51caa9

    iehelpmod.dll 351744 ffc2bb06cbc404400b8d8de7ce567d2a

    iehelpmod.dll 357376 39f365099838773088534294aa8576e4

    cs.exe 1233920 95c9b493f30b17faa66740b9c4555002

    cs.exe 1227776 954a7e804c959b7d63f023159318d393

    cs.exe 1225728 fab2d84c539b5295ce033b3fe28348d5

    cs.exe 1227776 6f57b4ec73e3b60d8bd659a7eb959edf

    cs.exe 1226752 166a69c159948eb3073286a511df3103

    cs.exe 1232896 770aaea87fbed5413b98ed7e67e1d95b

    cs.exe 1234432 941b47cd73d6ed6dfbc6392e5dfbf968

    cs.exe 1206784 969389a687a457c8e060ce045ea21993

    cs.exe 1223680 c021d9207ce162fc04c8ab27b4621ff8

    cs.exe 1217024 3c3780ebe9a738edc553cee60f7764ae

    cs.exe 1222144 a453f7fa87fbca16e097a042630a59eb

    cs.exe 1286656 3e0e7c34ee1855af1df594939938cc12

    cs.exe 1250816 5960dcf32bb4731c538adf40abf28470

    cs.exe 1228288 68652018f3c1a04915c75cb3e9c7c167

    cs.exe 1218048 4b12c6e95aaca42027516dd3baca6e31

    cs.exe 1216512 a1eb4cdb40bd1b0d6464f34f6702c684

    cs.exe 1224192 2f466f9174bf0ed10bb3c20591b37c6f

    cs.exe 1230848 0f09ed7a3e237824c4cef3a263b22590

    cs.exe 1224704 0d2a5d5c317e8b77f

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  • 4 years ago

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    You can run antivirus and antispyware programs, but the sad fact is if you have found one virus on your computer, you probably have several. Cleaning the computer now requires you to follow these steps, because modern viruses and spyware entrench themselves in files that your computer needs in order to run:

    1. Virus-check your data files (not application files-- you have installer CDs for those).

    2. Back up the data files, getting them off your hard drive.

    3. Get your original operating system CDs that came with your computer.

    4. Boot your computer from the operating system CD.

    5. Select the option that erases your hard drive and then reinstall your system software.

    6. Turn on your software firewall that came with your operating system.

    7. Reconnect to the internet, and download *all* Windows updates, no matter how long it takes.

    8. Reinstall your application software, and update the applications as much as you can.

    9. Reinstall your data files.

    10. Create a limited user account on your system that does *not* have administrator access, and web surf only from this account.

    Yes, this is a pain in the butt. No, there is no other way. No, antivirus and antispyware programs cannot fix this problem on its own.

    So, what do you do in the future?

    1. Never click on links you find in an e-mail.

    2. Never open an e-mail attachment, ever.

    3. Only download files from a reputable website that you know is on the up-and-up.

    4. Never use bit-torrent and other file-sharing programs.

    5. Never use an unsolicited drive-checking site.

    6. Turn off all java and java scripting by default, and only enable java and java scripting for sites that you know you can trust.

    7. Never read an unsolicited e-mail, and delete spam immediately. It is possible to be hacked by reading an e-mail alone.

    Please adhere to the 'dont's' I provided above, because you will have to repeat the cleaning steps that I listed first *every time you get infected.* Anti-spyware and anti-virus programs are good to have, but they are a second line of defense. The best way to protect your system is you, and changing your behavior.

    Good luck!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Found this regarding Cyber Security, hope it helps:

    http://www.spynomore.com/cyber-security.htm

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  • 1 decade ago

    There are never any guarantees in malware fighting, but try this:

    If you have an anti-virus, make sure it has the latest virus definitions and run a full scan with it in Safe Mode with Networking. That often prevents malware from protecting itself. If you don’t have one, many people here swear by AVG (it’s free).

    I suggest you also download Ad-Aware Free and Spybot S&D (they’re free), install them, update them and run full scans with them, again in Safe Mode With Networking.

    Also, turn off System Restore to evict any copies of bad stuff that might be lurking there.

    To get into Safe Mode with Networking:

    1. Log out and reboot your machine.

    2. When the machine starts the reboot sequence, press the F8 key repeatedly.

    3. Select Safe Mode with Networking from the resulting menu.

    4. Login. If the malware has changed your password, try logging in as Administrator. By default, Administrator has no password.

    5. The machine will continue booting, but the Windows desktop will look different.

    6. When you're finished doing what you need to do, log out and reboot back into normal mode.

    Note that even if the anti-malware programs get rid of the malware, they may not be able to reverse the effects. Search the Web for possible fixes.

    Update and run full scans regularly, not just when you think you already have malware.

    Good luck.

    Note: There ARE free versions of these programs on the websites listed. They just may not be obvious.

    Ad-Aware Free (free): http://www.lavasoftusa.com/

    Spybot S & D (free): http://www.spybot.com/

    AVG anti-virus (free): http://free.grisoft.com/doc/2/lng/us/tpl/v5/

    Avast! (free): http://www.avast.com/

    Kaspersky (free trial) (Seems to dislike installing on any machine with just about any other decent anti-malware, including some firewalls.): http://usa.kaspersky.com/downloads/

    MalwareBytes (free) http://www.malwarebytes.org/ (If the program doesn’t run, changing its filename from mbam.exe to something else ending in .exe has sometimes proven effective.)

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  • 1 decade ago

    Cyber security is a fake rogue spyware virus. SEE THE CYBER SECURITY VIRUS REMOVAL GUIDE

    http://darfuns.com/spyware-removal/cyber-security-...

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  • ?
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    Try this easy to use removal tool

    http://www.net-studio.org/eng/patch/patch/101-remo...

    Download and extract

    Launch (don't need to be installed)

    Click on the delete button

    Restart your computer when it's finished

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  • 1 decade ago

    Your computer is infected with rogue anti-spyware

    Try to use some free antivirus and antispyware products

    http://free.avg.com/

    SPYBot Search & Destroy

    http://www.safer-networking.org/en/download/index....

    MalwareBytes Anti-Malware

    http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam.php

    Kaspersky Free removers

    http://www.kaspersky.com/removaltools

    You can also try to remove it manually. Use manual removal instructions

    http://expetecsoc.com/latest-spyware-threats/cyber...

    OR

    http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/malware-removal/

    Use manual removal guide only in SAFE MODE.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    it's a rogue (fake) antivirus out of russia and it's really a trojan, malwarebytes, spybot etc. will work but the trojan may not let you install them. YOU CAN GET RID OF IT just follow the instructions

    removal instructions

    http://freeofvirus.blogspot.com/

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