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Please help me! Please .

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Please help me . !!

In my country have much virus . They was coded by autoitV3 (newest)

But i dont find any command about : how to know which script is running on my windows .

Please ansuwer me soon . Thankyou very much

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First off: This is not a general support forum.

Second: Check your msconfig for starting programs, turn everything off what you don't recognise.

Third: Delete the programs you don't recognise or post them here so one of us could check them out (if they are auto it programs someone could be able to decompile it)

Good luck!

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

There are some file autoitv3 ( complied -> *.exe) which are running on my windows . I press Ctrl-Alt-Delete and see many file *.exe . But i dont know name of file autoits . Because many file exe .

Can you post for me one script for : how to know which scriptAutoit is running on my windows ( Full path of them)

Edited by Fluoros

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short anwser: NO

Long anwser: no, you can't indentify a compiled.exe with autoit script.

Sorry, you should check your msconfig.

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But it is a simple virus. It active on Yahoo and not save in msconfig .

I think that : if i indentify it then i 'll del it .

it has many name . So i need a script to indentify it is autoitscipt.

Thanks so much !

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You are asking for something i already gave awnser to, it can't....

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#9 ·  Posted (edited)

This all sounds pretty vague. Next thing you know he is beggin for a keylogger because he wants to know what 'autoit' is doing to his computer..

Edited by Manadar

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You might try something as simple as check your startup entries. Get the free program regseeker

and checkout startup entries and/or find something in register that matches what you see in taskmanger

that you discribed.

ViM

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