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adware - COMMAND SERVICES

Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by Z71bill, Jul 21, 2007.

  1. Z71bill

    Z71bill

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    This thing is driving me nuts -

    Tried to log onto AOL yesterday - as soon as I hit sign on my PC restarted - went into a cycle where it would reboot - for ever -

    my spy ware now keeps finding something called COMMAND SERVICES - I have tried 4 different spy ware programs - they seem to kill it - but then it comes back.

    I uninsulated AOL - reinstalled AOL - ran virus / spy ware - and everything seemed to be normal again -

    then COMMAND SERVICES pops back up.

    Anyone know how to kill this beast/
     
  2. Download and unzip Ren-cmdservice to your desktop.
    It will only work correctly if the folder is placed on your desktop and extracted.

    http://downloads.subratam.org/Lon/ren-cmdservice.zip

    Open the ren-cmdservice folder by doubleclicking it and then doubleclick the
    ren-cmdservice.bat file to run the program.
    A text will open when it is finished, Copy it if you can.
    Then restart.
     


  3. Z71bill

    Z71bill

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    Running from C:\Documents and Settings\BILL\Desktop\ren-cmdservice\ren-cmdservice

    cmdService Not present

    Post this in the forum please.

    OK - should this solve the problem?
     
  4. Z71bill

    Z71bill

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  5. It may be a false positive. What antivirus and antispyware programs do you have?
     
  6. Z71bill

    Z71bill

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    BTW - Thanks for the help - I was within minutes of using the hammer to fix this thing.

    Anti virus - McAfee

    I also ran Windows malicious software tool

    I normally use Ad-ware and AOLspyware protection

    but since this issue have also tried Spybot, Superantispyware and Dr. Web anti virus

    When I try and start the PC it goes to a screen that has several options

    safe mode
    One other option I can't recall
    Last good configuration
    normal

    If I select safe or normal mode it does not boot up - it just (eventually) takes me back to the same screen

    If I select - last good configuration it will boot up.

    Shortly after boot up is complete i get the notice from AOLspyware that COMMAND SERVICE has been found and blocked.

    If I click on AOL start up button - my PC crashes and tries to reboot.

    Bitter sweet -

    I bought a new PC on Thursday - just got it all set up - the old one (that I am having problems with now) still worked - I planned to keep it as a back up!
     
  7. I recommend uninstalling McAfee, Adaware(new version is trouble), Superantispyware, Dr Web and AOL spyware protection.

    Try the Comodo security programs.

    Comodo antivirus

    http://www.antivirus.comodo.com/download.html


    Comodo antimalware

    http://www.comodo.com/boclean/CBO_download.html


    Comodo firewall

    http://www.personalfirewall.comodo.com/download_firewall.html


    Keep Spybot

    http://filehippo.com/download_spybot_search_destroy/


    Advanced Windows Care

    http://iobit.com/advancedwindowscareper.html?Str=download


    If you are using AOL Browser you should install Mozilla Firefox, copy your bookmarks and then uninstall the AOL browser.