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TUCoPS :: Hacking Techniques :: fix20.txt

Fixing SubSeven 2.0 BKI:




HackFix - SubSeven - Fix v2.0

NOTE: You should print this page for reference before starting.

Step one is to go to your Start menu, click Shutdown, and select "Restart
the computer in MS-DOS mode", then click ok.
When you do this, you should be in MS-DOS looking at a c:\windows\ prompt.
This version places itself at c:\windows\rundll16.exe

Simply type
del rundll16.exe
This will delete the trojan.

If this errors, you may need to type
attrib rundll16.exe -h
to remove the hidden flag, and then type the delete command above.

Type exit to return to windows.

Note that when Windows starts, you may see a number of errors about a
missing file. Simply click OK to dismiss this warning and continue below to
fix.

Next, use Windows Explorer to open the C:\windows\ directory, then find the
file titled system.ini
Simply double click this file to open it in a text editor.

Look for a line that begins with shell=
This line Should read shell=explorer.exe
If you are infected with this version however, it will read
shell=explorer.exe trojanname.exe

Simply delete the trojan name from the end so it matches the correct line
above, save the file and close it.

Your now disinfected!


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