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Threat indicator: MEDIUM

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Name of the threat:

Command or file name:

Threat type:

Affected OS:

CyberSitter

msnmsgs.exe

Badware

Win32 (Windows XP, Vista, Seven, 8)


Somewhile CyberSitter is secretly installed on machines in shared or corporational network with an eye to track other buyers. CyberSitter compile such private data as Wide-Area Network surfing wants and can intervene computer buyer control by installing auxiliary programs and readdressing browser activity, so you ought to to fulfill CyberSitter removal with a seemly CyberSitter removal tool. Customary, CyberSitter attacked system does not give the desease to other machines. But this doesn't compel CyberSitter less ill-intentioned than viruses and its requirement to remove CyberSitter less urgent. System Registry specificity that allows programs to be executed self-actingly when opening the PC boots can be used by CyberSitter to cheat attempts to remove CyberSitter during the action of CyberSitter removal. Support the combating against CyberSitter by receiving our CyberSitter removal tool and perfecting CyberSitter removal operation. By means of our CyberSitter removal tool you can predict CyberSitter from being installed on your computer or remove CyberSitter that is already in the system.


CyberSitter intrusion method

CyberSitter copies its file(s) to your hard disk. Its typical file name is msnmsgs.exe. Then it creates new startup key with name CyberSitter and value msnmsgs.exe. You can also find it in your processes list with name msnmsgs.exe or CyberSitter. Also, it can create folder with name CyberSitter under C:\Program Files\ or C:\ProgramData.

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How to remove CyberSitter manually?

This problem can be solved manually by deleting all registry keys and files connected with CyberSitter, removing it from starup list and unregistering all corresponding DLLs. Additionally missing DLL's should be restored from distribution in case they are corrupted by CyberSitter.

To get rid of CyberSitter, you should:

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1. Kill the following processes and delete the appropriate files:

• setup2k.exe
• nishelp.htm
• mainbanner.png
• 5.jpg
• 4.jpg
• 3.jpg
• 2.jpg
• 1.jpg
• cyb150.gif
• cyb2k.exe
• adwfil.dll
• imgfil.dll
• lgwfil.dll
• iawfil.dll
• hatfil.dll
• picsfil.dll
• cultfil.dll
• viofil.dll
• vgamfil.dll
• chtfil.dll
• gblfil.dll
• snetfil.dll
• gdwfil.dll
• srchin.dll
• srchout.dll
• wfileu.drv
• bsnlst.dll
• cerrlog.txt

Warning: you should delete only those files which checksums are listed as malicious. There may be valid files with the same names in your system. We recommend you to use CyberSitter Removal Tool for safe problem solution.

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2. Delete the following malicious folders:

• %windows%\nisdocs\

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3. Delete the following malicious registry entries and\or values:

  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\net
    Value: Opt11
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: PHRXX
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: E00
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: E01
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: LA02
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: LA05
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: LA13
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: PHRXXPATH
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: GURL01
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: LA18
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: LA17
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: RE01
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: RF01
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: RD01
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: E07
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: E12
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: E13
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: B03
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: B04
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: P01
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: E14
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: C00
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: LA04
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: EX01
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: P02
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: VC
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: NIB01
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: NIB02
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: NIB03
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: SEC59
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: EE00
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: LDY1
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: P02
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: CYTM
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: LOGPATH
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net98
    Value: LA05
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net
    Value: Opt1
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net
    Value: Opt2
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net
    Value: Opt3
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net
    Value: AltFile
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net
    Value: OptStat
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net
    Value: Opt6
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net
    Value: PHRXX
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net
    Value: Opt10
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net
    Value: Opt9
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net
    Value: PHRXXPATH
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net
    Value: OptN
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net
    Value: OptR
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net
    Value: OptLogAll
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\NetSet\MSwcf\NSN
    Value: Value
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\NetSet\MSwcf\NSN01
    Value: Value
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net
    Value: Opt11
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\Net
    Value: Last
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\NetSet\MSwcf\USRD
    Value: Eml
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\NetSet\MSwcf\CS
    Value: Top
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\NetSet\MSwcf\CS
    Value: Left
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\NetSet\MSwcf\CS
    Value: Width
  • Key: System\CurrentControlSet\control\SecurityProviders\NetSet\MSwcf\CS
    Value: Height
  • Key: system\currentcontrolset\control\securityproviders\net98
    Value: phrxx
  • Key: system\currentcontrolset\control\securityproviders\net98
    Value: la05
  • Key: system\currentcontrolset\control\securityproviders\net98
    Value: phrxxpath
  • Key: system\currentcontrolset\control\securityproviders\net98
    Value: gurl01
  • Key: system\currentcontrolset\control\securityproviders\net98
    Value: rf01
  • Key: system\currentcontrolset\control\securityproviders\net98
    Value: rd01
  • Key: system\currentcontrolset\control\securityproviders\net98
    Value: logpath
  • Key: system\currentcontrolset\control\securityproviders\net
    Value: altfile
  • Key: system\currentcontrolset\control\securityproviders\net
    Value: phrxx
  • Key: system\currentcontrolset\control\securityproviders\net
    Value: phrxxpath

Warning: if value is listed for some registry entries, you should only clear these values and leave keys with such values untouched. We recommend you to use CyberSitter Removal Tool for safe problem solution.


4. Manually fix browser problems

CyberSitter can affect your browsers which results in browser redirection or search hijack. We recommend you to use free option "Reset Browsers" under "Tools" in Stronghold AntiMalware to reset all the browsers at once. Mention that you need to remove all files and kill all processes belonging to CyberSitter before doing this. To reset your browsers manually and restore your homepage perform the following steps:

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Internet Explorer

  • If you use Windows XP, click Start, and then click Run. Type the following in the Open box without quotes, and press Enter: "inetcpl.cpl"

  • If you use Windows 7 or Windows Vista, click Start. Type the following in the Search box without quotes, and press Enter: "inetcpl.cpl"

  • Click the Advanced tab

  • In Reset Internet Explorer settings, click Reset. Click Reset in opened window again.

  • Select Delete personal settings checkbox to remove browsing history, search providers, homepage

  • After Internet Explorer finishes resetting, click Close in the Reset Internet Explorer Settings dialog box

Warning: In case this option will not work use free option Reset Browsers under Tools in Stronghold AntiMalware.

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Google Chrome

  • Go to the installation folder of Google Chrome: C:\Users\"your username"\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\User Data.

  • In the User Data folder, look for a file named as Default and rename it to DefaultBackup.

  • Launch Google Chrome and a new clean Default file will be created.

Warning: This option might not work if in Google Chrome you use online synchronization between PCs. In this case use free option Reset Browsers under Tools in Stronghold AntiMalware.

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Mozilla Firefox

  • Open Firefox

  • Go to Help > Troubleshooting Information in menu.

  • Click the Reset Firefox button.

  • After Firefox is done, it will show a window and create folder on the desktop. Click Finish.

Warning: This option will also clean all your account passwords for all websites. If you don't want it use free option Reset Browsers under Tools in Stronghold AntiMalware.

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Information provided by: Aleksei Abalmasov

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Here are the descriptions of problems connected with CyberSitter and msnmsgs.exe we received earlier:

Problem Summary: Cant access/login

I have Cybersitter on my computer and I used to be able to access it. I type in my password and it says that its not the right password. So, then I try "forget my password" and I enter the answers to the questions and it still errors out on me. When I tried to login before it went right to the password screen. Now, when I try to login it gives me it prompts me with "do you want this program to make changes to your system." The program is "Solid Oak Software, Inc." Why am I just now getting this and why cant I login to my account?

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: CYBERsitter blocking sites

I have been having this problem every other day for a week now.
CYBERsitter shows up when I try to go on Tumblr blog.
I am using Torch browser, but also happens w/ IE.
I dont have this even installed.
Has my system been compromised or something?
Please help. Screencap attached.

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: Need to remove cybersitter 9

It won't uninstall. It blocks all internet access so I can't download programs

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: This was removed on 8/25/2012 and is back

Is this going to keep it out of my system?

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: I want to Deactivate Cyber Sitter

I recently received a pc/computer from my father who works at a grade school. The school was shut down and the faculty were able to take things, my dad took a computer but Cyber Sitter is downloaded on here. Im 21 I dont need to be blocked especially on sites such as youtube and facebook.... how do i deactivate this feature, without knowing the password to sign in?

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: I want to have administrator privilages and/or password

I do not have any administrator privilages on my account. I have another account with administrator privilages, but i do not know the password for that account. what methods are there that i can use to get this admin password, or get privilages on my non-admin account?

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: Can't Remove

I have installed Cybersitter on my PC and Uninstallation didn't create anywere. now i deleted some files in C:Windows Folder but i still can't enter Facebook and few more pages. i scanned my computer severial times but it didn't work. please help me with this problem.

p.s: i have Windows 7.

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: cybersitter

I have had a used computer for almost 2 years and from the time i got it i have been unable to access facebook but never know the problem or the name of the site that was keeping me from accessing Facebook. I just tried to download Opera and Opera is redirected to Cybersitter, so now i think i know the problem is that i have Cybersitter on my computer. However, i find NO evidence in my registry or programs or anywhere. I want to delete it but i don't know how to get into the cybersitter program since i can't find any icon or evidence as i just explained. If i can get into the program, i may be able to figure out the password (my friends neighbor threw it in the trash and my friend doesn't want the neighbor to know he got it out of the trash so my friend doesn't want to ask them for the password - but i think it might be the daughter's name since that was the password on something else on this computer related to Microsoft parental controls) so i can uninstall it from the cybersitter program. I hope i am making sense to you! So basically i need to figure out how to access Cybersitter on my computer - the program - not the website. The uninstall has to be done directly from the program installed on the computer from what i am understanding from doing some research. IF you don't know how to help me with that, can you suggest a safe tool that i can access that can uninstall it safely? I would prefer not having to wipe my computer clean and reinstalling everything. If you can help i would so much appreciate it!! Thank you,
Rose

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: Cybersitter = no internet access

I can not get to the internet at all anymore as windows has upgraded their software and is now conflicting with Cybersitter.

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

Problem Summary: Cybersitter problem, won't open Facebook on computer

When we go to log into Facebook it comes up that we need up date our cybersitter, we don't want the cybersitter anymore, I tried to get rid of it by removing it but it is still there!! Please help.

Problem was successfully solved. Ticket was closed.

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