Sign in AccountManage my profileView sample submissionsHelpMalware Protection CenterSearchMenuSearch Malware Protection Center Search Microsoft.com Search the Web AccountAccountManage my profileView sample submissionsHelpHomeSecurity softwareGet Microsoft softwareDownloadCompare our softwareMicrosoft Security EssentialsWindows DefenderMalicious Software A quick scan from Malwarebytes did not detect this Trojan. Lawrence AbramsFollow us on Twitter!Follow us on FacebookCircle BleepingComputer on Google+!How to detect vulnerable programs using Secunia Personal Software Inspector <- Everyone should do this!Simple and easy ways to keep your Also i scanned my system with Ad-Aware/Spybot/Malwarebytes & A-Squared, also nothimg was found. check over here
Since the removal of Hugipon I am operating normally again. I have "google searched" for the last few hours and can find very little recent information on this. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. When I try to open up links they only open about 10% of the time, and Webpages do not fully open about 75% of the time.
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If you’re using Windows XP, see our Windows XP end of support page. gregw2, Jun 6, 2009 #1 gregw2 Thread Starter Joined: Jun 6, 2009 Messages: 2 After visiting several forums and not finding any answers that worked I decided to ask the question My network connection still shows that TCP/IP v6 is stillthere, BUT the service "IPv6 Helper Service" vanished (as expected).Now, I have NO idea which apps use this service since there's nodependencies Discussion in 'Security, Viruses and Trojans' started by mekon, Jun 9, 2009.
Looks like maybe the tea boy at SaS misidentified a genuine process as malware and also spelt it wrongly (the real trojan is hupigon not hugipon). Using the site is easy and fun. Useful Searches Recent Posts Technibble Forums Forums > Technical Discussions > Security, Viruses and Trojans > trojan.hugipon? No, create an account now.
Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Quartermass Newbie Members 3 posts Posted December 6, 2011 · Report post Hi. I have tried everything that I can think of to get rid of this and have not had any success. What do I do? Interestingly it turns out that the two customers know each other and have many of the same interests which kind of points to a common source of infection.
Technical Details Hupigon variants are backdoor programs, which provide an attacker with access to, and control of, an infected machine. Back to top Back to Am I infected? The last couple of SAS scans had looked clean. If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started.
I have "google searched" for the last few hours and can find very little recent information on this. check my blog Microsoft security software detects and removes this family of threats. This family of backdoor trojans can steal your personal information, such as your online user names and passwords. Sign In Sign Up Browse Back Browse Forums Online Users Activity Back Activity All Activity Search Gizmo's Freeware Forum > Debating Chamber > Security Trojan,hugipon found by SaS User Is anyone familar with Trojan.Hugipon?
During the course of the "fix process" I have been running numerous quick scans with SuperAntiSpyware and Malwarebytes. Creating Hupigon Variants Hupigon variants are created using kit software. This virus is detected by SuperAntiSpyware and usually has 15-57 registry entries.The SAS software detects it and tries to remove it but does not succeed. http://songstersoftware.com/general/trojan-vundo-trojan-bho.html Prevention Take these steps to help prevent infection on your PC.
The following list is an example of some: It allows others to access the computer Allows for recording with the user's webcam Can make the user's computer to attack various servers Payment is by Paypal, in advance. #4 seedubya, Jun 20, 2009 angry_geek Expand Collapse Well-Known Member Likes Received: 45 Location: herrin, il seedubya said: ↑ Bring your PC to your Or if you like, I'll fix it remotely for you.
I would like to solve this so that I can post the results and remedy on other forums for others to read.Any help will be much appreciated and I will share
Under certain circumstances profanity provides relief denied even to prayer.Mark Twain Stu Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 08-Apr-2008 Posts: 4,672 Solutions: 18 Kudos: 297 Kudos0 Re: Trojan.Hugipon / Superantispyware Posted: 08-Jun-2009 | They can also give a malicious hacker access and control of your PC. Advertisement Recent Posts News from the web #3 poochee replied Mar 8, 2017 at 12:31 AM Can't get wireless working etaf replied Mar 8, 2017 at 12:23 AM Help with wireless I have used SDFix, Avira, and AVG as well and nothing can get rid of this Trojan.
Since I have discovered the Trojan I am having more and more difficulty opening various websites, and my computer is acting unnatural, not usual, in speed and performance. much appreciated.http://forums.superantispyware.com/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=3048&sid=aaf63e12ca0724fcf20af1fd8cbfd2a8&start=15Good luck :) 2 Replies 1 View Switch to linear view Disable enhanced parsing Permalink to this page Thread Navigation Rej 2009-06-09 18:30:01 UTC Kayman 2009-06-09 21:04:37 UTC Rej 2009-06-10 Hugipon was the only virus that showed up. http://songstersoftware.com/general/trojan-trojan-kolweb-a.html Password FAQ Calendar Today's Posts Search Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page...
Loading... I have two problems with it, the first is that if it really exists and is not a false positive because only sas is actually finding it and secondly I'm unhappy Urgent Customer Issues If you are experiencing an issue that needs urgent assistance please visit our customer support area: Chat with Norton Support @NortonSupport on Twitter Who's online There are currently Hope so anyway.
I have had no more problems since Hugipon was removed. It too is injected into other processes by TrojanDropper:Win32/Hupigon using CreateRemoteThread. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy!
A quick scan from Malwarebytes did not detect this Trojan. I have since ran SAS twice and the Trojan.hugipon is no longer appearing. Or is it all one big coincidence? #3 mekon, Jun 9, 2009 seedubya Expand Collapse Well-Known Member Likes Received: 447 Location: Carlow, Ireland Bring your PC to your local friendly Community Software by Invision Power Services, Inc. × Existing user?
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