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    Windows / Nt Authorisation

    HEY BUDDY
    CAN ANYBODY HELP MEEEEEE

    IN WIN xp AND WIN-2000(ADVANCED SERVER) A WINDOW IS AUTOMATICALLY COMING WITHOUT ANY CLOSE BUTTON WITH TIME STARTS FROM 59 TO 00 AND SHUT DOWING THE SYSTEM AUTOMATICALLY WITH THE ERROR

    "C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32\LSASS.EXE" CALL THE ERROR

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    Immediately you see it go

    Start - run - type cmd <ENTER>

    Then at the cmd prompt type

    shutdown -a <ENTER>

    Then update your virus definitions and scan for viruses.......

    If you don't have a virus scanner go to www.trendmicro.com and use their "Housecall"
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    TigerShark is right, although i must suggest you not to use CAPITAL characters anymore in your future posts, it isn't that nice to read


    the "shutdown" command is used to control the shutdown. you can shutdown your system with it, let it reboot, or abort a shutdown using the "shutdown -a" command like TigerShark said..

    the Sasserworm and the Blasterworm are virusses which uses the same "joke", the only way to abort it to download a removal tool is by using the "shutdown -a" command...

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    Re: Windows / Nt Authorisation

    Originally posted here by sam2k
    IN WIN xp AND WIN-2000(ADVANCED SERVER) A WINDOW IS AUTOMATICALLY COMING WITHOUT ANY CLOSE BUTTON WITH TIME STARTS FROM 59 TO 00 AND SHUT DOWING THE SYSTEM AUTOMATICALLY WITH THE ERROR

    "C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32\LSASS.EXE" CALL THE ERROR
    You are infected by a worm. Probably Sasser or MSBlaster.

    Install, update and run a virusscanner.
    Install, update and run a personal firewall.
    Do windows update to prevent it from being infected again.
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    LSASS.EXE is associated with the Sasser worm..

    And to repeat the good advice so far

    Install, update and run a virusscanner.
    Install, update and run a personal firewall.
    Do windows update to prevent it from being infected again.


    cheers

    BTW: Didn't you learn your lesson from Febuary of this year?
    http://www.antionline.com/showthread...hreadid=258283

    Your stuck in a ID-ten-T system admin training loop

    "Consumer technology now exceeds the average persons ability to comprehend how to use it..give up hope of them being able to understand how it works." - Me http://www.cybercrypt.co.nr

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    Your system has been compromised by malware. Reformat it and reinstall current patches from a safe protected environment. On no account connect it (directly) to the internet before it's fully patched.

    I recommend use of a nat router until it's fully patched (and in fact, after that too)

    Slarty

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