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Java Shinwow BH

typeconf.exe

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Win32 (Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 (8.1))


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Java Shinwow BH intrusion method

Java Shinwow BH copies its file(s) to your hard disk. Its typical file name is typeconf.exe . Then it creates new startup key with name Java Shinwow BH and value typeconf.exe . You can also find it in your processes list with name typeconf.exe or Java Shinwow BH. Also, it can create folder with name Java Shinwow BH under C:\Program Files\ or C:\ProgramData. If you have further questions about Java Shinwow BH, please call us on the phone below. You can use programs to remove Java Shinwow BH from your browsers below.


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How to remove Java Shinwow BH manually

This problem can be solved manually by deleting all registry keys and files connected with Java Shinwow BH, 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 Java Shinwow BH.

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


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2. Delete the following malicious folders:


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


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Information provided by: Aleksei Abalmasov

Here are the descriptions of problems connected with Java Shinwow BH and typeconf.exe we received earlier:

Problem Summary: writing a java program

question: write a java program that asks the user for the bolts, nuts and washers in their purchase and then calculates and prints out total. the program checks the order. a correct order should have atleast as many nuts as bolts, otherwise the order is an error. for an error the program writes out"check the order:too few nuts" or check the order:too few washers" as appropriate. both messages are written if the order has both errors. if there are no errors the program writes out "order is ok". in all cases the total price in cents(of the specified number of items) is written out.

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I have a infection on window xp with shinwow bh

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Problem Summary: java/shinwow.BH has infected my computer

I have WINDOWS xp.
Computer operates slowly or it says "NOT RESPONDING."
When opening mozilla firefox Internet Explorer opens too.

Please help.

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Problem Summary: My computer has java shinwow.bh

computer operates slowly or it stops completely.
When I open mozilla firefox, internet explorer opens without being asked to.

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Problem Summary: Got java/shinwow.BH in my computer.

Need Patch For Java/shinwow.BH

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Problem Summary: java script void o

I have been trying to get rid of this error with no luck. When I try to play a song in lala.com this error shows in bar above start button. Thank you Carl

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Problem Summary: java script void o

I have been trying to get rid of this error with no luck. When I try to play a song in lala.com this error shows in bar above start button. Thank you Carl

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Problem Summary: patch for removing Java.Shinwow.BH, Java/Shinwow.BH

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Problem Summary: JTree with TreeModel Interface(

I m sending you a code, how to bring a +/- sign through this code. please help me out.




import java.awt.BorderLayout;

import java.awt.Dimension;

import java.awt.GridBagConstraints;

import java.awt.GridBagLayout;

import java.awt.Toolkit;

import java.awt.event.ActionEvent;

import java.awt.event.ActionListener;

import java.awt.event.MouseAdapter;

import java.awt.event.MouseEvent;

import java.awt.event.MouseListener;

import java.io.File;

import java.util.ArrayList;

import java.util.Collections;

import java.util.Hashtable;

import java.util.Enumeration;

import java.util.Iterator;

import java.util.Vector;



import javax.swing.BorderFactory;

import javax.swing.BoxLayout;

import javax.swing.Icon;

import javax.swing.JButton;

import javax.swing.JFrame;

import javax.swing.JLabel;

import javax.swing.JPanel;

import javax.swing.JScrollPane;

import javax.swing.JTextField;

import javax.swing.JTree;

import javax.swing.UIManager;

import javax.swing.event.TreeModelListener;

import javax.swing.event.TreeSelectionEvent;

import javax.swing.event.TreeSelectionListener;

import javax.swing.plaf.metal.MetalIconFactory;

import javax.swing.tree.DefaultMutableTreeNode;

import javax.swing.tree.DefaultTreeCellRenderer;

import javax.swing.tree.TreeModel;

import javax.swing.tree.TreeNode;

import javax.swing.tree.TreePath;





public class OdiSAPERPMetadataBrowser implements TreeModel {



// The initial width and height of the frame

private static int sWIDTH = 700;

private static int sHEIGHT = 630;





public DefaultMutableTreeNode jTreeRootNode, jTreeSelectedNode; //rootNode & selected node



private JPanel jPanelTop = new JPanel();

private JPanel jPanelSearch = new JPanel();

private JPanel jPanelTree = new JPanel();

private JPanel jBottomPanel = new JPanel();

private JPanel jPanelGap1 = new JPanel();

private JPanel jPanelGap2 = new JPanel();

private JLabel jLabelgap = new JLabel(" ");



private JLabel jLabelTName = new JLabel("Table Name: ");

private JLabel jLabelSDesc = new JLabel("Short Description: ");

private JLabel jLabelAppComp = new JLabel("Application Component: ");

private JLabel jLabelPkg = new JLabel("Package: ");

private JTextField jTxtFieldTName = new JTextField("",15);

private JTextField jTxtFieldSDesc = new JTextField("",15);

private JTextField jTxtFieldAppComp = new JTextField("",15);

private JTextField jTxtFieldPkg = new JTextField("",15);



private JButton jButtonSearch = new JButton("Search");



private JButton jButtonCancle = new JButton("Cancel");

private JButton jButtonReverse = new JButton("Reverse MetaDeta");



private static final int BORDER = 12; // Window border in pixels.

private static final Object MyNode = null;

private static final int ChildCount = 0;

private static final String Child = null;

private Hashtable mModuleName = null; //Hashtable of Module Name & Description

private ArrayList mAppCompList = null; //List of Application Component & Tables

// mSelectedTables - map of keys as selected tables name & values as their list of fields name

private Hashtable mSelectedTables = new Hashtable();



private String moduleKey = null;

private String moduleDesc = null;



public boolean isTableNodeSelected = false;

public ArrayList mDeleselectedNodeList = new ArrayList();



public JFrame frame = null;







private JTree tree =null;

private String ivTable = null;

private String ivDesc = null;

private String ivPackg = null;

private String ivAPComp = null;

public OdiSAPERPMetadataBrowser[] children;







public OdiSAPERPMetadataBrowser() { ////For eclipse version



frame = new JFrame();

frame.setTitle("SAP Metadata Browser");



createSearchPanel();

createTreePanel(); //Prepare tree panel



Toolkit tk = Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit();

Dimension screenSize = tk.getScreenSize();

int screenHeight = screenSize.height;

int screenWidth = screenSize.width;

frame.setSize(sWIDTH, sHEIGHT);

frame.setLocation(screenWidth / 4, screenHeight / 13);

frame.setVisible(true);



}////End of Default Constructor



private void createSearchPanel() {

//

jPanelSearch.setLayout(new GridBagLayout());

jPanelSearch.setBorder(BorderFactory.createTitledBorder("Search") );



GridBagConstraints gBC = new GridBagConstraints();

gBC.fill = GridBagConstraints.HORIZONTAL;



// ****** First row of search panel ********

//Adding first label

// gBC.weightx = 0;

gBC.gridx = 0;

gBC.gridy = 0;

jPanelSearch.add(jLabelTName, gBC);



//Adding first text box

gBC.gridx = 1;

gBC.gridy = 0;

gBC.weightx = 1.0;;

jPanelSearch.add(jTxtFieldTName, gBC);



//Adding gap between two cell in the first row

gBC.gridx = 2;

gBC.gridy = 0;

jPanelSearch.add(jLabelgap, gBC);



//Adding second label

//gBC.weightx = 1.0;

gBC.gridx = 3;

gBC.gridy = 0;

jPanelSearch.add(jLabelSDesc, gBC);



//Adding second text box

gBC.gridx = 4;

gBC.gridy = 0;

gBC.weightx = 1.0;

jPanelSearch.add(jTxtFieldSDesc, gBC);



// Adding Gap between 1st & 2nd row

gBC.gridx = 0;

gBC.gridy = 1;

jPanelSearch.add(jPanelGap1,gBC);



// ************* Second row of search panel *************

//Adding third label

gBC.gridx = 0;

gBC.gridy = 2;

jPanelSearch.add(jLabelAppComp, gBC);



//Adding third text box

gBC.gridx = 1;

gBC.gridy = 2;

gBC.weightx = 1.0;

jPanelSearch.add(jTxtFieldAppComp, gBC);



//// Adding Gap between 2nd & 3rd row

gBC.gridx = 2;

gBC.gridy = 2;

jPanelSearch.add(jLabelgap, gBC);



//Adding fourth label

gBC.gridx = 3;

gBC.gridy = 2;

gBC.weightx = 3;

jPanelSearch.add(jLabelPkg, gBC);



//Adding fourth text box

gBC.gridx = 4;

gBC.gridy = 2;

gBC.weightx = 1.0;

jPanelSearch.add(jTxtFieldPkg, gBC);



// ************ Adding Gap between 2nd & 3rd row *****************

gBC.gridx = 0;

gBC.gridy = 3;

jPanelSearch.add(jPanelGap2,gBC);



//Adding Search button in third row

gBC.gridx = 2;

gBC.gridy = 4;

jPanelSearch.add(jButtonSearch, gBC);





//Adding Search Panel into Top Panel

jPanelTop.add(jPanelSearch);

jPanelTop.setBorder(BorderFactory.createLoweredBevelBorder());

frame.getContentPane().add(jPanelTop, BorderLayout.NORTH);

}



public Hashtable getALLSAPModules() {



Hashtable sapModList = new Hashtable();

sapModList.put("CA", "Cross-Application Components");

sapModList.put("AC", "Accounting - General");

sapModList.put("FI", "Financial Accounting");

sapModList.put("TR", "Treasury");

sapModList.put("CO", "Controlling");

sapModList.put("IM", "Investment Management");

sapModList.put("EC", "Enterprise Controlling");

sapModList.put("RE", "Real Estate Management");

sapModList.put("LO", "Logistics - General");

sapModList.put("SD", "Sales and Distribution");

sapModList.put("MM", "Materials Management");

sapModList.put("LE", "Logistics Execution");

sapModList.put("QM", "Quality Management");

sapModList.put("PM", "Plant Maintenance");

sapModList.put("CS", "Customer Service");

sapModList.put("PP", "Production Planning and Control");

sapModList.put("PS", "Project System");

sapModList.put("EHS", "Environment, Health and Safety");

sapModList.put("PA", "Personnel Management");

sapModList.put("PT", "Personnel Time Management");

sapModList.put("PY", "Payroll");

sapModList.put("PE", "Training and Event Management");

sapModList.put("BC", "Basis Components");

sapModList.put("SV", "Service");





return sapModList;



}//End of getALLSAPModules method



/**

* This method is responsible to create tree node of fetched table metadata from SAP System **

* @param

* @return void

*/







// stubbed out methods not needed for display though for any real

// application at least the listener methods should be implemented.





private void createTreePanel() {



// Root node and main modules



jTreeRootNode = new DefaultMutableTreeNode("SAP Metadata");

mModuleName = getALLSAPModules(); //getting SAP main module

//enumerate all the contents of the hashtable

Enumeration keys = mModuleName.keys();



while ( keys.hasMoreElements()) {

moduleKey = (String)keys.nextElement();

moduleDesc = (String)mModuleName.get( moduleKey );

DefaultMutableTreeNode moduleNode = new DefaultMutableTreeNode(moduleKey + ", " + moduleDesc);

jTreeRootNode.add(moduleNode); //Adding main module into tree

} // end while









tree = new JTree(jTreeRootNode); //making tree

tree.putClientProperty("JTree.lineStyle", "Angled");



// Setting folder icon for empty node

Icon leafIcon = MetalIconFactory.getTreeLeafIcon();

Icon openIcon = MetalIconFactory.getTreeFolderIcon();



DefaultTreeCellRenderer dtcr = new DefaultTreeCellRenderer();

dtcr.setLeafIcon(openIcon);

dtcr.setOpenIcon(openIcon);

tree.setCellRenderer(dtcr);

// end of setting folder icon





//Add mouse listener to add sub nodes (App. component, tables & fields) in the tree on double click





//Add tree structure into the scrollpane & after that in the container

JScrollPane srollpane = new JScrollPane(tree);

jPanelTree.setLayout(new BoxLayout(jPanelTree, BoxLayout.LINE_AXIS));

jPanelTree.add(srollpane);

jPanelTree.setBorder(BorderFactory.createTitledBorder(""));

frame.getContentPane().add(jPanelTree, BorderLayout.CENTER); //Adding tree in the center







}//End of createTreePanel() method



/**

* This method is use to add bottom panel and handle the button listener to cancel or reverse metadata

*

*/







/** static void main() method */

public static void main(String args[]) {



OdiSAPERPMetadataBrowser frame = new OdiSAPERPMetadataBrowser();



}



public Object getRoot() {

OdiSAPERPMetadataBrowser root = new OdiSAPERPMetadataBrowser();

// root.setName("SAP Metadata");

// root.setDesc("");

// root.setRoot(true);

// return MyNode;

//

return root;



}



// private void setRoot(boolean b) {

// setRoot(this);

//

// }

//

// private void setDesc(String string) {

// // TODO Auto-generated method stub

//

// }

//

// private void setName(String string) {

// // TODO Auto-generated method stub

//

// }



public int getChildCount(Object parent) {

OdiSAPERPMetadataBrowser pnode;



int ChildCount = 0;

OdiSAPERPMetadataBrowser root = null;

if(root instanceof OdiSAPERPMetadataBrowser){ //InfoAreas

System.out.println("OdiSAPERPMetadataBrowser...");

OdiSAPERPMetadataBrowser node = (OdiSAPERPMetadataBrowser) root;

Vector childs = node.ChildCount();

System.out.println("Node Name="+node.getALLSAPModules());

if(childs != null){

ChildCount = childs.size();

}

if(ChildCount == 0){

// This Sub InfoArea is at Leaf level

//3 Sub Nodes "InfoCubes", "InfoObjects", "ODS/DSO"

System.out.println("Get OdiSAPERPMetadataBrowser Details.....");

if(node.getALLSAPModules() == null)



{



// Vector dataTargets = listener.getInfoAreaDetails(node);

node.getALLSAPModules();

// node.setInfoObjects((Vector)dataTargets.elementAt(1));

// node.setOdsdsos((Vector)dataTargets.elementAt(2));

}

ChildCount = 3;

}

}

return ChildCount;

}

public boolean isLeaf(Object arg0) {

if(ChildCount == 0){

return false;

}

else{

return true;

}



}



private Vector ChildCount() {

return null;

}



public void addTreeModelListener(javax.swing.event.TreeModelListener l) {

System.out.println("## addTreeModelListener()");

}

public void removeTreeModelListener(javax.swing.event.TreeModelListener l) {}

public void valueForPathChanged(TreePath path, Object newValue) {

System.out.println("## valueForPathChanged()");

}



public Object getChild(Object parent, int index) {

return ((OdiSAPERPMetadataBrowser)parent).children[index];

}



public int getIndexOfChild(Object parent, Object child) {

for (int count = getChildCount(parent), i = 0; i < count; i++)

if (getChild(parent, i).equals(child))

return i;



return -1;

}

// return ((OdiSAPERPMetadataBrowser)parent).children[index];





}



Thanking you.



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Problem Summary: Java/Shinwow.BH Virus

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