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2006-05-02, 09:14
Every time I visit this site, I lost my internet connection COMPLETELY. Of course the IE doznt work anymore, and I cannot ping out while I can see others ping me.
The site request you install a software to re-attain the ability to surf on the net.

The website is wxx.256.com & abc.256.com(I believe they belong to the same site)

The site cannot be immunized by spybot, cannot be blocked by Teatimer

The website modifies your registry entry, (whick I'm pretty sure), and I assume it modifies some .vxd file in order to disable your internet connection.

Hope the site can be blocked or listed in the new est updating patch.

Admin please feel free to email me. Still don know how it bypass the teatimer and add keys to the registry.

2006-05-02, 09:38
Could you provide a Spybot-S&D log please.

You did not mention the Spybot-S&D version or your Operating System, these instructions are for version 1.4.

Open SpyBot, check for and get any updates available.
Close all browsers, check for problems and fix everything found in red
Then on the toolbar menu select mode and switch to advanced mode, on the left lower down select tools, and view report, ensure all the options are selected near the bottom except

Uncheck[ ] do not report disabled or known legitimate Items.
uncheck[ ] Include a list of services in report.
Uncheck[ ] Include uninstall list in report.

Now select (near the top) view report.
Press export in the save in box choose a place such as your my documents folder, then in your next post near the bottom select the "browse" button; navigate to and attach or post that report.

2006-05-02, 14:16
checked website and did not find anything dangerous or suspicous, netcraft and siteadvisor also think its clean

2006-05-02, 16:46
Thanks Yodama.

Yes, there is something else causing the problem.

Would like to see that log Hue-jass. ;)

2006-05-03, 03:54
Thanks Guys, I wont try to enter that site again.
But did you notice that it ask you ta install software when browsing or after browsing the site, I assume that is where the problem lies.

I never install nothing supplied by websites, all the problem happened after someone else had used my computer, and every time I can find 265.com in my history folder after I've had lost my net connection.

Really appreciate your help.:bigthumb: I'll clear all the thing if I can get further infomation.
Thanks again.