Tuesday, April 08, 2008

ads.targetedbanner.biz Continues To Cheat Its Customers

ads.targetedbanner.biz's browser hijacker is more persistent than an insurance salesman. I whack it down and it pops back up. It hits its own ads, making it seem that I am doing it.

Having Windows Task Manager running all the time does seem to help, though.

UPDATE: Its headless, blood-drained carcass may now be littering my hard drive if that's what "Error loading ...atgban.dll[, t]he specified nodule could not be found" means.


Anonymous DRJ said...

You're addicted to hopeless causes, NK.

Thu Apr 10, 11:27:00 PM  
Blogger nk said...

But I did kill it. And I am getting a lot of Google hits and high ranking on this according to my Site Meter.

Thu Apr 10, 11:40:00 PM  
Anonymous DRJ said...

Well-done, then. You are now a Jedi-Knight.

Sat Apr 12, 11:25:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Use a Acronis encrypted partition image back up. You'll like it.

Mon Apr 28, 05:32:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

go to your control panel then click add/remove programs...the program is called Enhancement Browser Tools Targetedbanner. Simply remove it...worked for me.

Fri May 02, 07:23:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you're not very smart dude, all you have to do is remove from your browser plugins, it'll uninstall completely. and you might want to think about reading the terms and conditions before you download free software.

Tue Aug 05, 08:53:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

TO the poster that posted on Aug5 saying to read T&Cs before installing software - from a systems administrator perspective I have to say, GET OVER YOURSELF - It's usually the users that install this crap and the administrators that have to figure out what they did so we can remove it! and FYI - I removed it from my browser plugins last night for a user machine I am working on - and it came back today! I also removed all the registry entries related to targetedbanner

Thu Sep 11, 07:02:00 PM  

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