Posteado por: d3n1553 | septiembre 19, 2005

postal563.

Ok, que memorable recuerdo….pocas veces me habia dado tanta batalla un virus… y esque no uso antivirus, bien como dijo ba-k “es como no usar calzones” xD y pues hasta ahorita los anitivurs no me convencen, por que son pura shit o por que consumen muchos recursos, hasta ahorita Nod32 ha sido el lindo…pero bueno, continuando con el titulo.

Este “Postal563.exe”…yay XD… Rue se infectó y pues yo no sabia nada de este, te llega un mensaje por messenger

Te mandaron un recado conmigo, ya te has de imaginar quien y si no sabes me dijo que no te dijera quien, me dijo que te lo escribió en una postal y que de aquí la abras http://www.postalesdamor.miarroba.com, bueno yo ya cumplí e.

bastante sospechoso de ahi ne?… @@… y sie… abri la pagina por pura curiosidad, te dice que descargues un .exe y digo “.EXE? ….postal? virus…” pero ahi voyyyyyyyy ahiiiiiiiiii voy yo como mosca a la shit @O@ y me embarro.

Mi cpu trono, se prendio el foquito y desde ahi dije “oh-oh”… pero bueno, no hay virus que me halla infectado que no halla solucionado, asi que lo ignore un rato hasta que se me antojara bajar el antivirus… dije “voy a probar mcAfee a ver que tal -O-” y pues total, no me gustó… y lo desinstalo (para esto el virus no me deja entrar al panel de control y pues ahi voy con otro programilla a desinstalar mal el mcAfee) … @O@ Oh que gran error, no lo deshabilite cuando lo desinstale, ‘der. Pues al dia siguiente, osea, HOY me tienen batallando con los mensajitos que joden del mcAfee… y total, creia que era parte del virus asi que me puse manos a la obra… y ahi el antivirus me estaba fokeando el IE y el Messenger.

Despues de buscar un rato en google e intentar 453523 cosas, pues voy a mi camita a recostarme por que me punzaba la cabeza (sentia que mi cabeza estaba en un hornito y que me estaban moliendo la cabeza con la puerta)… y ahi se me ilumina el cerebro.

yay… pues por ahi estaba el installer y desisntalé ya bien el mcfee, ¡¡SAYONARA!!

Pues faltaba el problema dos….el virus.
Que me pongo a investigar por sintomas y pues que no doy @@ … no hay… =p 0.
Escaneo con el nod32 y ad aware y pues cero de alguna anomalia.

-Deshabilita el administrador de tareas
-No permite abrir el registro ni el panel de control
-Distribuye un mensaje en MSN y de paso no te deja chatear =/ xP.

Y pues ya… lo busque por el nombre de archivo con el que me infectaron xD y ya salio una ayudadita en los foros y total. Tras pensar en formatear hice unos back ups pero restaurando el sistema me salve (otras veces si me dan animos de formatear e incluso busco cualquier excusa, pero esta vez no queria ;_;)…

y total… la curiosidad CASI mata al gato, seguido por que el gato es un bruto. Ahora el gato debe de usar mas seguido calzones.

En otros asuntos @@… me hicieron subjefa de grupo (queria apañar el puesto de jefA, pero ganó el machismo *martita* y el margen de error ) de todas maneras no creo que haga su trabajo.

=P las cosas van muy bien con RoG ^^, miercoles y cumplimos 8 meses… aun MUY enamorados.

Y bueno, me dormire temprano, aún me duele la cabeza =(.

Au revoir.

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