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Interpreting HiJackThis Logs in Windows XP
By: Codex-M
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    Table of Contents:
  • Interpreting HiJackThis Logs in Windows XP
  • Process Analysis, an Example
  • HJT Group Analysis
  • Malware Removal Steps

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    Interpreting HiJackThis Logs in Windows XP - Malware Removal Steps

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    After analysis and confirmation of malware entries, you can remove them by checking the "fix" checkbox. Details on how to do this can be found in the first tutorial, which went live here on Dev Hardware yesterday.

    Remember to take the usual important precautions before following through with any fix, to prevent computer damage. Taking precautionary measures like setting a restore point is important. They will help you to come back to normal conditions if and when things go wrong.

    You should also perform a complete scan of your computer with anti-virus software. Having the kind of detailed scan of your computer that you can get from using Malwarebytes Anti-malware or other excellent anti-virus can help spot the issues, delete those entries and reboot your computer.

    After running the anti-virus scan, run HJT again to make sure those malware entries are gone. Double check it by using the scanner software provided. Your computer will then be clean and malware free.

    WARNING: Some scanners may report false positives. In this case, it is always advisable to reconfirm results using the following tools:  or

    Good luck! 

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