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Windows 7: stdrt.exe running from windows temp??


30 Jan 2012   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Hi to all, i have personally wrote a reply to this on january 2012. There seems to be a new version of the STDRT.exe virus.. I had tried numerous ways to delete this but upon reboot the file STDRT.exe always reappeared in my Temp folder.. I found a way to remove it after lots of trys with different softwares .. none of them worked.... The 1 bit of software that worked was NORTON POWER ERASER.... (NPE) once your system has rebooted it is also wise to run REGEDIT from your start search and do a search for STDRT ... (not STDRT.exe) you will find 2 or maybe 3 reg entries to remove. I hope this has helped you people out there and happy computing

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12 Feb 2012   #12

Not in US
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Edwardelizabeth View Post
Hi to all, i have personally wrote a reply to this on january 2012. There seems to be a new version of the STDRT.exe virus.. I had tried numerous ways to delete this but upon reboot the file STDRT.exe always reappeared in my Temp folder.. I found a way to remove it after lots of trys with different softwares .. none of them worked.... The 1 bit of software that worked was NORTON POWER ERASER.... (NPE) once your system has rebooted it is also wise to run REGEDIT from your start search and do a search for STDRT ... (not STDRT.exe) you will find 2 or maybe 3 reg entries to remove. I hope this has helped you people out there and happy computing
what will happen if i delete that register?
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22 Feb 2012   #13

windows 7 ultimate x64
 
 
this worked for me

hello all, I just want to say I had this annoying stdrt.exe virus bugging me for two days on my windows 7 and I tried many programs to get rid of it but now I've at least solved my case of it

there's another file which runs a while in the background called "adbcnsl.exe" which is connected to the stdrt.exe , it cant be found from the windows file/folder exploring even with show hidden files option on, and neither could any malware / unhackme programs detect it

SOLUTION: using ms dos prompt go to windows\syswow64 folder, example;> c:\windows\syswow64 and type "dir /p" and check if the file is there listed; if it is, then type "del adbcnsl.exe" , if not file is found try checking c:\windows\system32 folder

the file should now be deleted, and remember to delete your folders containing stdrt.exe from c:\windows\temp, I'm not sure what the folder name was, something like "mprt_" which had the file in it

now boot up your computer, and if the operation was successful there shouldn't be any file called stdrt.exe launching

I hope this works for you guys as it did for me , but remember that I don't take any responsibility if your computer shatters

cheers

edit: also remember to clean your registry from stdrt.exe
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25 Feb 2012   #14

Windows 7 x64
 
 
worked for me also

Thanx toilet goat,
This f@#$#@ problem left me with no sleep for 48 hours. Tried every possible software solution with no effect. Finally a proper solution coming from you. How in the world did you discover the background file?
Thanx a billion times.
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02 Mar 2012   #15

Wisconsin
 
 

Had to reply just to thank you man. Had this issue with my brand new computer I built from a program suite that came with in. Glad I could keep the software and rid the malware.
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03 Mar 2012   #16

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Toilet Goat! Thank you so very much. I have had this malware and its effects for three or four months, with NONE of the antivirus programs picking it up. Awful little file. Thank you for the work you must have put into finding it. I know I put in a lot with no success. Thank you so very much!
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19 Mar 2012   #17

windows 7
 
 
Thank you!!

Thank you toilet goat!
I hardly got any sleep last night and went to bed very frustrated over this one.

Cudos to you for however you found the adbcnsl.exe file...

I probably would have just smashed my computer and bought a new one if I didn't find this thread hahaha.

I signed up for this forum just to thank you.
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21 Mar 2012   #18

windows 7 home edition 64
 
 

Toilet Goat! Thank You! Much Gratitude to all who take the time to share
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23 Jul 2012   #19

linux
 
 

if what toilet goat said doesn't work, check for a new file named "LNSECSL.EXE". It disguises itself as "Adobe Licensing Console"...
My best guess is that stdrt is introduced and installed in one's computer by means of cracking or keygen software. stdrt has been around for ages now, and it's a shame antivirus and malware programs do not even detect it. You can have stdrt in your computer for years, exhausting your computer's processing power, and your antivirus do nothing. I think only "Vipre" detects it, and not even the most respectful Eset does... I have submitted this file to different av providers, Symantec, Eset, Kaspersky... nothing; absolutely nothing!!!
Also search your registry for folders that appear with the name "adobe licensing console"... delete them all, don't think twice, IT IS A MALWARE and YES, IT DOES LEAK YOUR DATA TO THE "BASE". LNSECSL.EXE, unless deleted, will keep creating a folder in your "\windows\temp\" folder that will always contain among others the file STDRT.EXE that WILL OVERCLOCK YOUR COMPUTER TO MADNESS.
I hope this helps anyone.
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14 Aug 2012   #20

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

I also had this stdrt.exe process using a steady 12% of my CPU, so I....

I deleted LNSECSL.EXE and STDRT.EXE off my computer, did a search for both "stdrt" and "lnsecsl" in regedit and deleted every result it found, then I ran Temp File Cleaner by OldTImer for good measure. Rebooted and no more stdrt process in the task manager!
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