James ''Wez'' Weatherall
Wed Sep 17 12:21:01 2003
However, WinVNC still comes up at boot (at least the splash screen). It
must be running as a service, because I can't find it in the startup menu
(or anywhere else), and I don't see anything in the task manager that looks
like winvnc. There is no tray icon. How the heck do I get it from starting
at boot??? I can't even find the darn thing on the HD. I run a search for
winvnc and get no results.
You need to find the description of deloader on one of the antivirus sites -
that will tell you what files to look for. I think vnsystask.exe was the
nobbled winvnc file name.
But you mention a splash screen, which WinVNC doesn't have, suggesting that
it's not WinVNC that is on your system.
Dr. James "Wez" Weatherall
RealVNC Ltd. - http://www.realvnc.com - The Home of VNC