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* HijackThis v1.98 *

Written by Merijn -


See bottom for versión history.

The different sections of hijacking possibilities have been separated into these groups:

R - Registry, StartPage/SearchPage changes

R0 - Changed registry value

R1 - Created registry value

R2 - Created registry key

R3 - Created extra registry value where only one should be

F - IniFiles, autoloading entries

F0 - Changed inifile value

F1 - Created inifile value

F2 - Changed inifile value, mapped to Registry

F3 - Created inifile value, mapped to Registry

N - Netscape/Mozilla StartPage/SearchPage changes

N1 - Change in prefs.js of Netscape 4.x

N2 - Change in prefs.js of Netscape 6

N3 - Change in prefs.js of Netscape 7

N4 - Change in prefs.js of Mozilla

O - Other, several sections which represent:

O1 - Hijack of with Hosts file

O2 - Enumeration of existing MSIE BHO's

O3 - Enumeration of existing MSIE toolbars

O4 - Enumeration of suspicious autoloading Registry entries

O5 - Blocking of loading Internet Options in Control Panel

O6 - Disabling of 'Internet Options' Main tab with Policies

O7 - Disabling of Regedit with Policies

O8 - Extra MSIE context menu items

O9 - Extra 'Tools' menuitems and buttons

O10 - Breaquíng of Internet access by New.Net or WebHancer

O11 - Extra options in MSIE 'Advanced' settings tab

O12 - MSIE plugins for file extensions or MIME types

O13 - Hijack of default URL prefixes

O14 - Changing of IERESET.INF

O15 - Trusted Zone Autoadd

O16 - Download Program Files item

O17 - Domain hijack

O18 - Enumeration of existing protocols and filters

O19 - User stylesheet hijack

O20 - AppInit_DLLs autorun Registry value

O21 - ShellServiceObjectDelayLoad (SSODL) autorun Registry key

O22 - SharedTaskScheduler autorun Registry key

You can get more detailed information about an item by selecting it from the list of found items or highlighting the relevant line above, and clicking 'Info on selected item'.

* Version history *


* Definitive support for Japanese/Chinese/Korean systems

* Added O20 (AppInit_DLLs) in light of newer trojans

* Added O21 (ShellServiceObjectDelayLoad, SSODL) in light of newer trojans

* Added O22 (SharedTaskScheduler) in light of newer trojans

* Backups of fixed items are now saved in separate folder

* HijackThis now checks if it was started from a temp folder

* Added a small process manager (Misc Tools section)


* Lots of bugfixes and small enhancements! Among others:

* Fix for Japanese IE toolbars

* Fix for fake CLSID trick in IE toolbars and BHO's

* Attributes on Hosts file will now be restored when scanning/fixing/restoring it.

* Added several files to the LSP whitelist

* Fixed some issues with incorrectly re-encrypting data, maquíng R0/R1 go undetected until a restart

* All sites in the Trusted Zone are now shown, with the exception of those on the nonstandard but safe domain list


* Added a new regval to check for from Whazit hijack (Start Page_bak).

* Excluded IE logo change tweak from toolbar detection (BrandBitmap and SmBrandBitmap).

* New in logfile: Running processes at time of scan.

* Checkmarks for running StartupList with /full and /complete in HijackThis UI.

* New O19 method to check for Datanotary hijack of user stylesheet.

* IP added to whitelist for Hosts file check.


* Fixed a bug in the Check for Updates function that could cause corrupt downloads on certain systems.

* Fixed a bug in enumeration of toolbars (Lop toolbars are now listed!).

* Added imon.dll, drwhook.dll and wspirda.dll to LSP safelist.

* Fixed a bug where DPF could not be deleted.

* Fixed a stupid bug in enumeration of autostarting shortcuts.

* Fixed info on Netscape 6/7 and Mozilla saying '%shitbrowser%' (oops).

* Fixed bug where logfile would not auto-open on systems that don't have .log filetype registered.

* Added support for backing up F0 and F1 items (d'oh!).


* Added mclsp.dll (McAfee), WPS.DLL (Sygate Firewall), zklspr.dll (Zero Knowledge) and mxavlsp.dll (OnTrack) to LSP safelist.

* Fixed a bug in LSP routine for Win95.

* Made taborder nicer.

* Fixed a bug in backup/restore of IE plugins.

* Added UltimateSearch hijack in O17 method (I think).

* Fixed a bug with detecting/removing BHO's disabled by BHODemon.

* Also fixed a bug in StartupList (now versión 1.52.1).


* Fixed two stupid bugs in backup restore function.

* Added DiamondCS file to LSP files safelist.

* Added a few more items to the protocol safelist.

* Log is now opened immediately after saving.

* Removed from NSBSD list (spammers are starting to use this, no doubt spyware authors will follow).

* Updated integrated StartupList to v1.52.

* In light of SpywareNuker/BPS Spyware Remover, any strings relevant to reverse-engineers are now encrypted.

* Rudimentary proxy support for the Check for Updates function.


* Added to the Nonstandard But Safe Domains list.

* Added 8 new protocols to the protocol check safelist, as well as showing the file that handles the protocol in the log (O18).

* Added listing of programs/links in Startup folders (O4).

* Fixed 'Check for Update' not detecting new versions.


* Added check for 'Domain' hijack (O17).

* Bugfix in URLSearchHook (R3) fix.

* Improved O1 (Hosts file) check.

* Rewrote code to delete BHO's, fixing a really nasty bug with orphaned BHO keys.

* Added AutoConfigURL and proxyserver checks (R1).

* IE Extensions (Button/Tools menuitem) in HKEY_CURRENT_USER are now also detected.

* Added check for extra protocols (O18).


* Added 'ignore non-standard but safe domains' option.

* Improved Winsock LSP hijackers detection.

* Integrated StartupList updated to v1.4.


* Fixed a few bugs.

* Adds detecting of in Trusted Zone.

* Adds checking of URLSearchHooks key, which should have only one value.

* Adds listing/deleting of Download Program Files.

* Integrated StartupList into the new 'Misc Tools' section of the Config screen!


* Improves detecting of O6.

* Some internal changes/improvements.


* Adds backup function! Yay!

* Added check for default URL prefix

* Added check for changing of IERESET.INF

* Added check for changing of Netscape/Mozilla homepage and default search engine.


* Fixes Runtime Error when Hosts file is empty.


* Added enumerating of MSIE plugins

* Added check for extra options in 'Advanced' tab of 'Internet Options'.


* Adds 'Uninstall & Exit' and 'Check for update online' functions.

* Expands enumeration of autoloading Registry entries (now also scans for .vbs, .js, .dll, rundll32 and service)


* Adds repairing of broken Internet access (aka Winsock or LSP fix) by New.Net/WebHancer

* A few bugfixes/enhancements


* Adds detecting of extra MSIE context menu items

* Added detecting of extra 'Tools' menu items and extra buttons

* Added 'Confirm deleting/ignoring items' checkbox


* Adds 'Ignorelist' and 'Info' functions


* Supports BHO's, some default URL changes


* Original release

A good thing to do after versión updates is clear your Ignore list and re-add them, as the format of detected items sometimes changes.

como saves si esta bien el scan del hijackthis




ericweb le has dado al boton equivocado, le debes dar al boton Scan y después al boton Save log, tu en cambio le has dado al boton info


me confundi :eek:

pero ahora si te pongo los datos.

Logfile of HijackThis v1.98.0

Scan saved at eric 6:34:03 p.m. , on 06/08/2004

Platform: Windows XP (WinNT 5.01.2600)

MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 (6.00.2600.0000)

Running processes:









E:\Archivos de programa\Messenger Plus! 3\MsgPlus.exe


E:\Archivos de programa\Norton AntiVirus\navapsvc.exe

E:\Archivos de programa\MSN Messenger\msnmsgr.exe

E:\Archivos de programa\Internet Explorer\IEXPLORE.EXE

E:\Archivos de programa\Internet Explorer\IEXPLORE.EXE

E:\Archivos de programa\Internet Explorer\IEXPLORE.EXE

C:\Archivos de programa\HijackThis\HijackThis.exe

R0 - HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main,Start Page =

O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [MessengerPlus3] "E:\Archivos de programa\Messenger Plus! 3\MsgPlus.exe"

O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [warn road] E:\ARCHIV~1\SETTIN~1\skip comp.exe

O4 - HKCU\..\Run: [MessengerPlus3] "E:\Archivos de programa\Messenger Plus! 3\MsgPlus.exe" /WinStart

O4 - HKCU\..\Run: [msnmsgr] "E:\Archivos de programa\MSN Messenger\msnmsgr.exe" /background

O9 - Extra button: Messenger Addon - {FB5F1911-F110-11d2-BB9E-00C04F795683} - (file missing)

O9 - Extra 'Tools' menuitem: &Messenger Addon - {FB5F1911-F110-11d2-BB9E-00C04F795683} - (file missing)

y como haces para saber si esta bien o mal?




Curioso log

¿Has andando jugando con HijackThis y removiendo cosas?

Te aconsejo a ti y a lo demas que no anden eliminando cosas sin estar seguros de lo que están eliminando porque pueden llegar a pejudicar seriamente el sistema operativo hasta el punto que ya no arranque normalmente.

De lo que queda no me convence esta entrada:

O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [warn road] E:\ARCHIV~1\SETTIN~1\skip comp.exe

Parece una tipica entrada de adware, posiblemente del mismo websearch2, pero ha quedado tan poco en tu log que no puedo decirte mas , si no reconoces esa carpeta y ese ejecutable chequealo con el HijackThis y dale a Fix, después elimina la carpeta.

Para saber que es cada cosa , pues, fijate en la primera información que has posteado, la que sale al darle al boton info, ahí te explica exactamente que es cada cosa y después ya es cuestion de experiencia y practica reconocer lo que es bueno y lo que es malo


O4 - HKLM\..\Run: [warn road] E:\ARCHIV~1\SETTIN~1\skip comp.exe

fijate que es una entrada 04 y fijate en lo que nos dice el HijackThis de las entradas 04

O4 - Enumeration of suspicious autoloading Registry entries >> lista de entradas sospechosas del registro de objetos que se autoejecutan (en el arranque del sistema)

Ahora bien, no son muchos los programas legales que usan nombres compuestos para sus ejecutables (en este caso skip comp.exe compuesto de 2 palabras) pero lo hace el websearch2 y en general lo hacen algúnos malwares que usan nombres aleatorios al fin de aumentar el numero posible de combinaciones y dificultar mas la remoción, ademas no conozco ningún programa legal que utilice un ejecutable co n ese nombre por lo tanto es muy sospechoso y se corresponde perfectamente con el patron de infeccion del Websearch2


gracias alnitak ahora entiendo mejor el hijackthis




hola alnitak, el archivo ese que parecia raro , lo encontré y es una aplicacion, le hice doble click y no paso nada así que lo elimine y no hay cambios.



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