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[WinXP] Ik word meteen afgemeld nadat mezelf aanmeld

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  • Als ik mezelf aanmeld als Administator of een ander profiel dan word ik automatisch meteen weer afgemeld.

    Als ik met CTRL + ALT + DEL mezelf aanmeld word ik ook weet meteen afgemeld.

    Ik heb geprobeerd om met Veilige modus aan te melden, maar dat lukte ook niet.

    Wat moet ik nou doen?
  • Dat lijkt op een illegale corporate XP key
  • [quote:5a0db7da9e="Ruud de Wit"]Dat lijkt op een illegale corporate XP key[/quote:5a0db7da9e]Nee hoor, ik had dit vorige week ook, dit heeft te maken met de Blazefind malware. Hier staat aangegeven hoe je er vanaf komt:[quote:5a0db7da9e]Quick Launch settings are not saved; Search Assistant Toolbar in Taskbar
    If you see a Search Assistant Toolbar in the Taskbar, it might be due
    to a malware named BlazeFind. Quick Launch bar may be missing on every
    reboot or the Quick Launch sort order may not be maintained. These
    symptoms are caused by this malware. This page discusses the
    preliminary steps required to remove this Desk band object, before
    running spyware removal tools.

    Phase I - Removing the Search Assistant Toolbar from the Taskbar

    Click Start, Run and type this command exactly as given and press Enter:

    regsvr32 /u "%Systemroot%\System32\omniband.dll"

    This uninstalls the Search Assistant Desk Band settings in the
    registry. Next, rename the file omniband.dll to old_omniband.dll and
    reboot Windows.


    Note: The module name was determined by this program named
    deskbands.exe. This tiny utility which I wrote, enumerates all the
    Desk Band objects from the registry and just lists them with the
    corresponding DLL names.


    Phase II - Fixing a registry entry which causes the Quick Launch
    issue (not retaining the settings)

    Click Start, Run and type REGEDIT. Navigate to:

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\WindowsNT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon]

    In the right-pane, change the value of Userinit to
    "C:\WINDOWS\system32\userinit.exe,"

    Type the above value exactly as given, including the comma - exclude
    the quotes. Also, change the path to userinit.exe appropriately, if
    Windows is installed in a different drive.

    Close Registry Editor and restart Windows. The Quick Launch settings
    should be retained now.


    Phase III - Removing the malware from the system

    Follow the advice here and run all the tools documented in this page.
    Be sure to update them before scanning!

    Unable to logon to Windows after removing BlazeFind using a spyware
    removal utility?

    Logon - Logoff loop, also caused by BlazeFind

    Another critical symptom caused by this malware: This malware modifies
    the Userinit area in the registry (replacing the userinit.exe with
    wsaupdater.exe) and Ad-Aware (with a particular definition update)
    removes the wsaupdater.exe file from the system, thus causing the
    Logon - Logoff loop. That is, when you login to Windows, the 'loading
    personal settings" verbose will appear, but suddenly it will logoff.
    This issue was documented clearly by Lavasoftusa in it's Lavahelp
    Knowledgebase.

    Here is the solution to the logon - logoff issue in Windows XP.

    Enter the Recovery Console

    Boot the system using the Windows XP CD-ROM. In the first screen when
    the Setup begins, read the instructions press "R" (in the first
    screen) enter the Recovery Console. Type-in the built-in Administrator
    password to enter the Console. You'll see the prompt reading
    C:\Windows (Or any other drive-letter where you've installed XP)

    Type the following command and press Enter.

    CD SYSTEM32
    (If that does not work, try CHDIR SYSTEM32)

    COPY USERINIT.EXE WSAUPDATER.EXE

    Quit Recovery Console by typing EXIT and restart Windows.

    You'll be able to login successfully as you've created the
    wsaupdater.exe file (now, a copy of userinit.exe)

    Now, change the USERINIT value in the registry (see Phase II in this
    page) and change it accordingly.


    NOTE If you don't have a Windows XP CD-ROM, you need to use
    Windows XP Setup floppy disks to enter the Recovery Console.



    References & Additional Reading:

    How to install and use the Recovery Console in Windows XP
    Description of the Windows XP Recovery Console

    [Home page] [Windows XP Tips]

    (Logon-logoff loop solution is courtesy of Lavasoft's Knowledgebase
    article, now unavailable)[/quote:5a0db7da9e]
  • doe wat Vunce zei, post daarna ff een hijacklogje zodat hij echt weg is.
    http://computercops.biz/downloads-file-328.html

    Pak de zip uit in een eigen map en run hem, sla de log op en plak die volledig in je volgende post.

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