Win32/Parite

Posted 7/16/2004 4:27 PM
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ITarena Member

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Hello Guys :eyes:

I have been bitten by win32/Parite...Please help me out how can I can I be delivered from it.


Regards and Thanks in Advance
Posted 7/18/2004 7:54 AM
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eagle Advanced member

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Hello IT,

you can go into your regedit and delete the little nasty, and if your OS has a restore system do a disk clean and remove all restore points. That should work, good luck and let me know.

Eagle :smilewinkgrin:
Posted 2/17/2005 7:08 AM
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antivirus_solutions Member

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Hey Friend,
Parite/Pinfi is one of the MOST destructive viruses around. But almost all antivirus websites under-rate it's destructive abiliities. I got this virus on my networked pcs, 4 in all, and had a helluva time getting it out. But now it's gone. I tried most of the removal tools found on the net, i won't name them but none was abt to disinfect my pcs completely. Probably, there is some line of code or a specific file in your system that has to be removed to get rid of this virus, and Trendmicro's scan engine manages to do that successfully.

Here is the solution:
Download the below scan engine provided by www.Trendmicro.com and also the latest pattern file and then run the scan engine.

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Scan engine can be downloaded from:
https://www.trendmicro.com/download/dcs.asp


Go to the Section:
"If you are not a Trend Micro customer please download the following file.

Sysclean Package 2.5MB"
(Download this)

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The latest pattern file can be downloaded from:
https://www.trendmicro.com/download/pattern.asp

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THANKS A LOT TRENDMICRO! U GUYS ARE SIMPLY GR8!
Posted 2/17/2005 2:15 PM
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eagle Advanced member

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Thanks for the tip Solutions,

But if your familiar with your os you can manually delete it without to much trouble. You are right about it being particularly nasty, but not really hard to get rid of. Great tip for those who are not familiar with their OS.

Eagle :smilewinkgrin:
Posted 8/30/2006 9:20 AM
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devil Member

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i too have the smlar problem..i used avast virus cleaner too..and ran t n safe mode..now all virus are disnfected!!@! :hop: :burger:
Posted 8/30/2006 11:07 AM
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eagle Advanced member

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Man I have not been here in a while!

Way to go devil! another way to get rid of a nasty bug is always a good thing!

Eagle :smilewinkgrin:
Posted 9/7/2006 1:53 PM
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gurpreet Member

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My computer is threated by Win32/Parite virus. Tell me the removal tools

so that i can get rid of this. I am currently using AVG Antivirus Kindly reply soon.
Posted 9/7/2006 9:40 PM
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eagle Advanced member

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Hey Geupreet,


Use solutions advice it's pretty sound. if you can't find that go to www.bullguard.com and look for a removal tool for it they should have it. make sure you read all the instructions on how to use the tool, because most of them require you to turn off system restore(if OS has one).the place for the removal tool is https://www.bullguard.com/virus/ just click on the first letter of the virus select from the list and download. good luck and keep me posted.



Eagle :smilewinkgrin:
Posted 5/26/2007 7:29 PM
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stam1 Member

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hi


i'v been infected by this virus win32\parite and i scan my computer with AVG but this program just putting the infected files in his vault and alot of exe files where lost (2521 exe files). i read about this virus and i deleted this nasty little file out of the registry (PINF). my qustion is: if i restore the files from the vault after i deleted the PINF does the virus will infect my compputer agine?



plz i need to restore those files and i want to know that i can. if i cant can you give me a remover tool to this virus?
Posted 5/26/2007 8:00 PM
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eagle Advanced member

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Now, if your familiar with how to work your OS, you could take your XP disk and repair the operating system(assuming you have XP)all you need is the volume number from your existing version. if not I would suggest a hard crash recovery to totaly clean out the system and bring it back to life. If you have 2500 files (EXE) gone then your OS is already in trouble, you might want to do it anyway!

Good luck and keep me posted on what you did and how it worked.




Eagle :smilewinkgrin:



Posted 1/9/2008 2:19 PM
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whl50 Member

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eagle you are !!!!ing useless, you keep telling "if you know your os you can remove it yourself :)", well how do you actually do it? What do you delete from regedit?
Posted 1/18/2008 5:51 PM
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dell Member

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ok mate, i had the same thing, and none of these crappy removal tools really worked. heres the only permanant solution i found.
use a DOS anitvirus program, ( scans ur pc b4 windows loads up ).
if you want to use the 1 i did then ur gna need to donwload if off a torrent site.
its called 'hirens boot cd'.
download it, burn it to cd, resart comp, run the anitvirus feature, scan ALL! ur drives.
hope that helps mate ;)
Posted 12/16/2009 6:40 PM
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sidz marceda Member

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