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Windows 7: Something Blocking Website

28 Feb 2014   #11

x64 (6.3.9600) Win8.1 Pro & soon dual boot x64 (6.1.7601) Win7_SP1 HomePrem

I think the website is not Revolvermaps, but Huffman will have to post the answer

I searched both rm_3a3sZq and rf.revolvermaps

There are a lot of results for rm_3a3sZq - mostly a generic JavaScript unpacker with references to shockwave

rf.revolvermaps results returned two interesting pises of information
ThreatExpert Virus.Win32.BeeInject
>> BeeInject lead me to MS Security
OnlineLinkScan Site is safe

Anyway, it looks as though conduit invited friends - I'm not certain there is more malware on your machine, but I suggest additional scans are in order.


edit: I know you said that you reinstalled, but have you plugged in external drives or visited sites that you previously visited?

Download the Farbar Recovery Scan Tool (FRST) Click here
  1. Select the version that applies to your system: 32-bit OR 64-bit
  2. Click the Save button
    Default save location is your Downloads folder
    If the SmartFilter bar is presented, click the Actions button and click Don't Run (saves FRST but does not run it)
  3. Double-click FRST or FRST64 to launch the utility
    FRST is the 32-bit version / FRST64 is the 64-bit version
    1. Click the Yes button to confirm UAC
    2. Click the Yes button on the Warranty disclaimer window.
    3. Tick [a] all Whitelist checkboxes
    4. Tick [a] Addition.txt in the Optional scan list
  4. Click the Scan button to begin scanning.
  5. FRST creates two logs when the scan has finished, they are located in the same folder where FRST was launched

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