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it came from the blood of a hound.....
delete that chit man.. a virus is called a "virus" for a reason LOL
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No it could give you a Trojan a, Virus a, Worm and a possibilaty of an, Bloodhound sniffer Virus.
The bloodhound virus can either be a real threat or something that Norton anti virus finds and reports as a bloodhound type of virus or spyware.Norton developed the bloodhound as part of their software a few years back. It was meant to be able to detect certain things about viruses. However when it finds something it is not sure of, it will report it as a type of bloodhound virus.The bloodhound can also be a real destructive virus such as the bloodhound.A virus. This is a low level destructive boot virus that affects the MBR (master boot record) of a windows computer.This virus has been known to erase files from a computers hard drive and displays a message on the users screen when the payload is delivered.If you do get a message stating you are infected with the bloodhound virus, it is important to check your system with another antivirus.You can use an online scanner such as the one from trend micro. Do not install two anti virus programs on to your computer at the same time.Installing two programs can cancel each other program out and cause windows systems problems. Only have one program on your system at a time.If you are still having problems and are not sure what to do for bloodhound virus removal, you can visit one of the various online virus/spyware forums on the internet.There are plenty of people who are willing to help. They may ask you to download a Hijack program and post the results to the board.By doing this they can see what is going on with your computer and make recommendations.The bloodhound may also be an alias for a Trojan, worm virus spyware or malware. Some of these may or may not be destructive.It just depends on the type that it really is. The bloodhound is such a gray area that if you do not seem to get rid of it and cannot find any other help you may need to search Google for the exact virus your software reports.Some examples of real bloodhound virus threats may be; Bloodhound.Exploit.24, bloodhound.W32.VBWORM, bloodhound.Tibs and more. Each one of these can be different including payloads, destruction, wild, distribution and more.
There is no way do eliminate all viruses your safest bet is to use a good anti-virus protection software, such as AVG and avast!.
Delete all files in the "temp" folders
Bloodhound isn't necessarily a virus. If Norton's "Bloodhound" technology finds a suspicious piece of code in a file it names it something like "Bloodhound.exploit.13" or similar. Remember Norton have a vested interest in frightening people. It can't remove it because it probably isn't a virus. Download free Antivirus software from Grisoft.com or www.free-av.com or similar and see if the virus still appears. You can delete the file yourself hold down shift and press delete in Windows explorer when the file is highlighted or leave it in quarantine.blood houndBloodhound is not the name of a virus, but a message displayed by Symantec's Norton Anti-Virus when it thinks it may have found a new virus. 9/10 times it is nothing.... Sometimes it is picking up a vulnerability that a windows update covers..
http://www.pchell.com/virus/bloodhound.shtml Understanding Heuristics: Symantec's Bloodhound Technology. http://www.symantec.com/security_response/writeup.jsp?docid=2000-121911-5753-99
The Bloodhound.Exploit.6 viruses take advantage of a vulnerability in how some programs (notably IE and Outlook Express) dealt with HTML content contained in CHM files. CHM is a compiled help file format created by Microsoft. Usually the virus will be detected by the anti-virus program in your temporary Internet files. The virus is also often detected in your Temp folder. Bloodhound viruses vary so the detection software needs to use heuristics to detect them. Unfortunately having AV software specifically Norton AntiVirus set to the "Highest level of protection" setting will produce many false positives. This is due to the nature of the virus and the method of detection. Some of the patterns used in legitimate content appear to be virus material.
Sure it is. Install AVG Free (virus-killer) and run it. Although it's preferable to install a virus-killer instantly after purchasing a pc. Better to be safe than sorry.
Honestly, if you had this virus on your computer it's most likely you won't be able to remove by youself. You would have to go to your closest digital nomads which are people who can get a chip in your computer to help the virus go away.
check out the following URL securityresponse.symantec.com regards. Duncan.
bugatti but if you modify bloodhound ssc bloodhound is faster
The best way to remove this virus is by installing the latest anti-virus. Once you install the anti-virus, scan your computer to eliminate all viruses.
The bloodhound originated in Belgium.
This is the free Microsoft anti-virus line. This is a totally free service that will walk you through the virus removal steps: For support within the United States and Canada, call toll-free (866) PCSAFETY (727-2338).
well,yeah a bloodhound is like a 110 lb dog that hunts rabbits, squirrels,but a bloodhound can kill a coyote because it's larger then the coyote,but if a bloodhound runs after the coyote and it catch's the coyote the bloodhound will kill it.
The height of a Bloodhound is 58 - 69 cm.
The ISBN of In the Belly of the Bloodhound is 9780152055578.
What does a bloodhound computer virus do? It causes your computer to automatically download virus-loaded sites onto your system (favorites) and opens infected and unwanted web pages without your consent as soon as you go online. Here is more input: * Best remedy: Norton Antivirus * They have many forms so therefore you cannot fully identify one. In my case it was bloodhound.w32 -- it freezes up the computer. * It wrecks your PC. * Read both of the F-Secure and Symantec links to the right BEFORE doing any cleaning of the virus. Only Norton labels unknown viruses "bloodhound" and therefore ever finds one. You may want to scan with this which could find the virus with another name, then re-scan with Norton to see if that same bloodhound thing is still there. This is the free Microsoft anti-virus line. This is a totally free service that will walk you through the virus removal steps: For support within the United States and Canada, call toll-free (866) PCSAFETY (727-2338).
Hopefully you have some anti-virus software. Update the software to the latest version and it will be able to at least quarantine it.