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    Just installed Morpheus 2.0 to have a look. Not too sure what to look for so uninstalled it and then ran Ad-Aware.

    After de-installing Morpheus 2.0 there were 6 references to WurldMedia found in registry.

    Maybe someone who knows more about this should take a look.

    Andy Williams

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    Andy,

    As Haiko pointed out, you need to uninstall Wurld Media Shopping Community also. A windows uninstall might not work now if you've run Adaware. But you can try. Adaware doesn't pick up everything left by Morpheus though. Here's a link of what to do in order to get it all off your computer : Morpheus Uninstall BTW I came across this link in the CNet Morpheus reviews of all places. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img]

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    BLFH
    Thanks for the info. I have now de-installed Wurld Media shopping thingy too. What we need is a free script that when it detects this on a shoppers computer alarms them (with stories of theft, spying on movements etc) into downloading a fix. Even opens a web broswer to the appropriate page of the system cleaner.
    Hmm. If only I new more web programming.

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    Andy,

    You don't see the ...

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    Warning!
    Your browser appears to have the "WurldMedia" parasite installed. This software can invade your on-line privacy, and may compromise your computer's security and cause errors and stability problems. It might have been installed without your knowledge. Information and removal instructions.


    ... up top?

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    Haiko, no...

    I run a clean system here....

    I have a contaminated 500 MHz at home i use for music alone, i have it installed there. Will check tonight.

    Andy Rodriguez,
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    **** DUh, edited to add, I just realized it's the other Andy !!

    I need to go home and relax, i'm not thinking 100% !!

    Sheeshhhh

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    Andy,

    I ment the other Andy (Williams).

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    Haiko
    I have fully uninstalled it. I see nothing. Where is this message supposed to be? Screenshot?

    Should I reinstall it and have another look?

    I am happy to do any testing.

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    I guess I am being a bit dim here. It is late and I have been working on pages for 16 hours straight. Haiko, you telling me there is a script that warns people and it is on this forum?

    Is it free, and where can I get it?

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    There is no script that can detect spyware, other than creating a script which take advantage of browsers security vulnerabilities (and those are quickly plugged).

    An ActiveX component should do it, but you need to get it signed.

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    Andy,

    // parasite.js: detect and warn about infs of IE parasites
    // release 1.23, 10-Sep-2002
    // written by Andrew Clover <and@doxdesk.com>, use freely

    // parasite_list: currently known parasites. Entries are in the form
    // {classid, name/variant, can, may}. 'can' contains a string of known
    // problems with the parasite and 'may' suspected or minor ones.

    var parasite_list= new Array(
    new Array('06DFEDAA-6196-11D5-BFC8-00508B4A487D','7FaSSt','P',''),
    new Array('00000012-890E-4AAC-AFD9-EFF6954A34DD','AdBreak','A',''),
    new Array('CE31A1F7-3D90-4874-8FBE-A5D97F8BC8F1','BargainBuddy/Apuc','AS','P'),
    new Array('72F81209-6C73-4DE7-A3DC-408A8BD472FB','BargainBuddy/Versn','AS','P'),
    new Array('51958169-D5E3-11D1-AA42-0000E842E40A','BDE','S','A'),
    new Array('868B015F-3515-44DB-B0AD-182CD058985E','BrowserToolbar','ASPE',''),
    new Array('3E8A1971-45A5-45EE-828B-8C78431C0BD4','Bulla','A',''),
    new Array('AB4DD0F0-38DA-4F48-AAFE-7DE7323BB6B2','ClickTheButton','AP',''),
    new Array('B83FC273-3522-4CC6-92EC-75CC86678DA4','CnsMin','',''),
    new Array('268CBA84-25AE-4D38-89FE-E7606A6460E3','CometCursor/Shop','AP',''),
    new Array('1678F7E1-C422-11D0-AD7D-00400515CAAA','CometCursor/Plus','AP',''),
    new Array('A6475E6B-3C2E-4B1F-82FD-8F1C0B1D8AD0','CommonName/Toolbar','','E'),
    new Array('9346A6BB-1ED0-4174-AFB4-13CD4EC0AA40','CommonName/Agent','','E'),
    new Array('EB6AFDAB-E16D-430B-A5EE-0408A12289DC','DownloadWare','S',''),
    new Array('6ACD11BD-4CA0-4283-A8D8-872B9BA289B6','eAnthology','',''),
    new Array('CCE83E45-30B2-4BAE-B1F5-25D128D27A43','ezCyberSearch','A',''),
    new Array('139D88E5-C372-469D-B4C5-1FE00852AB9B','FavoriteMan','AS',''),
    new Array('665ACD90-4541-4836-9FE4-062386BB8F05','FlashTrack','AP','E'),
    new Array('5843A29E-1246-11D4-BA8C-0050DA707ACD','Gratisware','AP','S'),
    new Array('B195B3B3-8A05-11D3-97A4-0004ACA6948E','HotBar','APS',''),
    new Array('8A05273A-2EA5-42DE-AA75-59EA7D9D50D7','HuntBar','PS',''),
    new Array('914AFB33-550B-4BD0-B4EF-8DA185504836','IEPlugin','APS',''),
    new Array('D6862A22-1DD6-11D3-BB7C-444553540000','InetSpeak/BHO42602','A',''),
    new Array('2E12B523-3D4C-4FAC-9B04-0376A8F5E879','InetSpeak/WindowsIE','A',''),
    new Array('D44B5436-B3E4-4595-B0E9-106690E70A58','lop/Toolbar','','A'),
    new Array('B2C03E2E-2219-4FF9-810A-540ACA63F8D9','MarketScore','P',''),
    new Array('C7ADE150-743D-11D4-8141-00E029626F6A','NetPal','APS',''),
    new Array('D5C778F1-CF13-4E70-ADF0-45A953E7CB8B','NetworkEssentials','AP',''),
    new Array('DD770A75-CE18-11D5-98D8-00E018981B9E','NewDotNet/A','S','E'),
    new Array('4A2AACF3-ADF6-11D5-98A9-00E018981B9E','NewDotNet/B','S','E'),
    new Array('A0BD4FF5-D828-11D3-9EB5-00600837E6EE','NowBox','A',''),
    new Array('0CEF79D8-D373-11D3-A7D3-00062962BF17','Onflow','A','S'),
    new Array('FEE7FD53-3356-4D4D-8978-2C4AE3A7E109','SaveNow/Download','AE','PS'),
    new Array('23DDAE8C-6A79-4D62-80AA-E95D89CB9811','SearchExplorer','APSE',''),
    new Array('0835121F-6472-43BD-8A40-D9221FF1C4CE','SideStep','A','P'),
    new Array('69550BE2-9A78-11D2-BA91-00600827878D','TinyBar','','E'),
    new Array('69555BE2-9A78-11D2-BA91-00600827878D','TinyBar','','E'),
    new Array('3D7247E8-5DB8-11D4-8A72-0050DA2EE1BE','TopText','A','P'),
    new Array('00000000-5EB9-11D5-9D45-009027C14662','Transponder','APS',''),
    new Array('0000026A-8230-4DD4-BE4F-6889D1E74167','Transponder/TPS108','APS',''),
    new Array('53CBEE82-D747-11D3-9ED0-005004189684','UCmore','P',''),
    new Array('11BF0E2B-4229-4ADC-9C11-1C6968731018','VLoading','S',''),
    new Array('C900B400-CDFE-11D3-976A-00E02913A9E0','webHancer','P','S'),
    new Array('40AC4D2D-491D-11D4-AAF2-0008C75DCD2B','WurldMedia/bpboh','P','E'),
    new Array('D14641FA-445B-448E-9994-209F7AF15641','WurldMedia','P','SE'),
    new Array('57E69D5A-6539-4D7D-9637-775DE8A385B4','Xupiter','ASE',''),
    new Array('FFFFEEEE-DDDD-CCCC-BBBB-AAAA99998888','','','') // control
    );

    // directory containing <parasite major name>.html files with more info

    var parasite_URL= 'http://and.doxdesk.com/parasite/';

    // text generated by the script, change for different languages etc.

    var parasite_WARN= 'Warning!';
    var parasite_INFEST1= 'Your browser appears to have the "';
    var parasite_INFEST2= '" parasite installed';
    var parasite_PROB1= '. This software ';
    var parasite_CAN= 'can ';
    var parasite_MAY= 'may ';
    var parasite_AND= ' and ';
    var parasite_INFESTPS='. It might have been installed without your knowledge. ';
    var parasite_INFO= 'Information and removal instructions.';

    var parasite_PROB= new Array();
    parasite_PROB['A']= 'present you with unwanted advertising';
    parasite_PROB['P']= 'invade your on-line privacy';
    parasite_PROB['S']= 'compromise your computer\'s security';
    parasite_PROB['E']= 'cause errors and stability problems';

    // END of user-serviceable parts

    var parasite_status= 'NoIE';
    var parasite_DELAY= 250;

    function parasite_wscript() {
    var ie= WScript.createObject('InternetExplorer.Application');
    var h= '<script src="file:///'+WScript.scriptFullName+'"></script>Tests run'
    ie.navigate('about:'+h);
    ie.visible= true;
    }

    function parasite_write() {
    var i, p, w= document.writeln;
    w('<div id="parasite" style="display: none;">');
    for (i= parasite_list.length; i-->0;) {
    p= parasite_list[i];
    document.writeln(
    '<object classid="clsid:'+p[0]+'" '+
    'codebase="javascript:parasite_ok('+i+')"><\/object>'
    );
    p[4]= true;
    }
    w('<\/div>');
    parasite_status= 'wait';
    setTimeout(parasite_check, parasite_DELAY);
    }

    function parasite_ok(i) {
    parasite_list[i][4]= false;
    }

    function parasite_check() {
    var i, p, pmv, h, infs= new Array();
    if (parasite_list[parasite_list.length-1][4]) {
    parasite_status= 'noAX';
    return;
    }
    for (i= parasite_list.length-1; i-->0;) {
    p= parasite_list[i];
    if (p[4])
    infs[infs.length]= p;
    }
    if (infs.length==0) {
    parasite_status= 'clean';
    return;
    }
    h= '<h2>'+parasite_WARN+'<\/h2>';
    for (i= infs.length; i-->0;) {
    p= infs[i];
    pmv= p[1];
    if (pmv.indexOf('/')!=-1)
    pmv= pmv.substring(0, pmv.indexOf('/'));
    h= h+'<p>'+parasite_INFEST1+p[1]+parasite_INFEST2;
    if (p[2]!='' || p[3]!='')
    h= h+parasite_PROB1;
    if (p[2]!='')
    h= h+parasite_CAN+parasite_probs(p[2]);
    if (p[2]!='' && p[3]!='')
    h= h+','+parasite_AND;
    if (p[3]!='')
    h= h+parasite_MAY+parasite_probs(p[3]);
    h= h+parasite_INFESTPS;
    h= h+'<a href="'+parasite_URL+pmv+'.html">'+parasite_INFO+'<\/a><\/p>';
    }
    parasite_status= 'dirty';
    document.all['parasite'].innerHTML= h;
    document.all['parasite'].style.display= 'block';
    }

    function parasite_probs(s) {
    var i, r= '';
    for (i= 0; i<s.length; i++) {
    r= r+parasite_PROB[s.charAt(i)];
    if (i==s.length-2) r= r+parasite_AND;
    if (i<s.length-2) r= r+', ';
    }
    return r;
    }

    /*@cc_on
    @if (@_jscript_version>4)
    try { parasite_write(); }
    catch (e) { parasite_wscript(); }
    @end @*/


    get it at http://and.doxdesk.com/file/software/js/parasite.js

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    Haiko I've got the 2.0 on as well and dont see nothing either, but My computer is having some active x java problems

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    Hey Haiko,

    Last week when I came to any of the parasiteware pages I got the "you have been infected" message. I'm not getting it now since I did the reinstall. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_confused.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_confused.gif[/img] [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_confused.gif[/img] I have my ActiveX prefs set to prompt, but I'm not getting anything when I give them permission to run. I've just been hitting the "no" to permissions cuz I knew what the script was and what it would say. But I hit the accept after reading Canfree's post. I'm not having any trouble with my java or ActiveX script. If someone knows of another url with the script, pls let me know and I'll go check it out and see if it's now not being detected. I swear it was last week because it's a big ole message that comes up on the top of the page. Couldn't miss it. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_eek.gif[/img]

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    I stand corrected [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_smile.gif[/img]

    Would be nice though with some info about what this script does.

    It's a javascript, but does it just read webpages or would it dip into registry entries?

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    BLFH: have you installed Service Pack 1 for WinXP or IE6? This includes a subtle change in IE's rules about how HTML object tags work which stops the script from detecting anything. I've got an alternative detection strategy which seems to work (though I haven't tested it with *all* the parasites it used to be able to detect yet), which I should be uploading to my site later today, probably.

    Cellophane: it works by writing a load of ActiveX object tags to the page in a hidden div, each with a classid corresponding to a known parasite. IE checks the registry to see if there is an ActiveX object registered under that classid. If so it tries to instantiate the object; if not it tries to load the URL given in the 'codebase' attribute to install a handler for that type of ActiveX object. By putting JavaScript in the 'codebase' we can detect when IE is trying to install a new ActiveX control, and if it *doesn't* we can assume the control is already installed - that is, the targeted parasite is loaded, and we can print a complaint. The rest of the script deals with the text of the warnings, avoiding false alarms, and running under different conditions, and is fairly boring.

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    Hi Andrew,

    Yes I've recently installed the SP1 for XP and I also have IE 6.0. I don't know if you've updated the script on your site yet, but it didn't detect anything. I got the message about unable to scan because of Active X control settings. I added your site to the trusted list and set all Active X controls to prompt (I had some set a disabled) but still nothing. I'm not even getting the ActiveX prompts over here now on the parasiteware forum. I don't understand anything about all this ActiveX and coding stuff. [img]/infopop/emoticons/icon_biggrin.gif[/img] Just thought I'd pass that on to you. BTW Morpheus is the only parasiteware that I'm aware of on my computer.

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    New script's up. Seems to work on IE6/XP SP1 for me, but let us know if you have any trouble. I advise anyone who's made a local copy on their server to grab the new version.

    cheers,

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    Andrew,

    It worked for me also. IE 6.0 XP with SP1. Thanks for your hard work and making the script available to all.

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    quote:
    Originally posted by Andrew Clover:
    I've got an alternative detection strategy which seems to work (though I haven't tested it with *all* the parasites it used to be able to detect yet), which I should be uploading to my site later today, probably.

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    Your newer Script does not detect WurldMedia. Real shame too, because they are a real Affiliate Killer in my book.

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    Is the script that Haiko show above the way the download should look like? When I do the download all I get is this: Tests run showing on page and if I view source I see: <script src="file:///C:\My Download Files\parasite.js">Tests run
    I must be doing something wrong here. Can I copy and past the script that Haiko is showing?
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    C1: it *should* detect WurldMedia. I've tested it with the newest version included with Morpheus 2.0, WurldMedia/MSCStat2, and it was detected for me under WinXP+IE6SP1 and Win2K+IE6. What version of Windows/IE are you using and what are your ActiveX security settings?

    caz: you will see something like that if you run the script manually by double-clicking on it, instead of including it in a web page. It will (probably) also work when you double-click on it, but it was designed to be part of a web page, inserted with code like <script type="text/javascript" src="http://and.doxdesk.com/software/js/parasite.js"></script>.

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    quote:
    Originally posted by Andrew Clover:
    C1: it *should* detect WurldMedia. I've tested it with the newest version included with Morpheus 2.0, WurldMedia/MSCStat2, and it was detected for me under WinXP+IE6SP1 and Win2K+IE6. What version of Windows/IE are you using and what are your ActiveX security settings?



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    quote:
    Originally posted by Andrew Clover:
    C1: it *should* detect WurldMedia. I've tested it with the newest version included with Morpheus 2.0, WurldMedia/MSCStat2, and it was detected for me under WinXP+IE6SP1 and Win2K+IE6. What version of Windows/IE are you using and what are your ActiveX security settings?

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    You script is working but it is not detecting Wurldmedia. BHO Demon detects it.

    It detected TopText with no problems.

    As a further test, I uninstalled Morph 2.0. Ran AdAware. Reinstalled an earlier version of Morph.
    Ran BHO Demon (it detected it). Cleaned my cashe out then went to your site. Still, it only detected TopText.

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    Oh, bugg'r.

    You're right: WurldMedia variants are not detected on the Win9X series. This is really weird.

    I had seen behaviour something like this before at the early stages of testing the script; at the time I put it down to differences between IE5 and IE6, which messed up my testing in the future - when it worked on Win2K+IE5 I assumed it must also work on Win98+IE5.

    But it's not the version of IE that makes the difference in this case, it's the underlying OS: for some reason, whilst Windows NT/2000/XP/.NET allows one to attempt to instantiate any ActiveX object, Windows 95/98/Me won't let you use certain objects. I'm not sure of the exact conditions but WurldMedia is one and Cytron is another - there are likely to be a few more, but I've not had time to test *all* of them yet.

    So, if you write an <object> with WurldMedia's classid, IE-under-9X will deny that the object exists and even attempt to load the URL given in the codebase attribute, even though that classid is already registered and code exists for it! This is pretty dumb, and unfortunately means that AFAIK there is no certain way to detect the WurldMedia BHO from a web page on Win9X.

    The only silver lining I can see is that fewer and fewer people will be using Win9X in the future (already under half judging by my log stats). But yeah, this is a real shame. Curses.

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    quote:
    Originally posted by Andrew Clover:
    Oh, bugg'r.

    You're right: WurldMedia variants are not detected on the Win9X series. This is really weird.

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    I came across this with TopMoxie downloader and the Gator download trickler object. Drove me dingy. Some com objects simply cannot be tested this way. Why? MS?

    I still use a modified version of your script with the WINME/IE 6 security patches with no problems.

    Two additional classids that I use at my site are:
    new Array("a28c2a31-3ab0-4118-922f-f6b3184f5495","BonziBuddy"),
    new Array("E0EA4A92-49BF-47BC-A936-DE3A18F75E31","PopUpNetWork")


    I also use the following to check the script:

    // REM the following out - unREM to test for a known ID for Windows Media Player
    //new Array("22D6F312-B0F6-11D0-94AB-0080C74C7E95", "Parasite Detector OK"),

    I don't know why I use that ... I darn near have every parasite on the planet loaded.

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    quote:
    I came across this with TopMoxie downloader and the Gator download trickler object. Drove me dingy. Some com objects simply cannot be tested this way. Why? MS?


    The IEGator object is different - once it has started Trickler it removes itself, which is why you can't detect GAIN by looking for it. I've never seen a TopMoxie downloader object (only setup EXEs in bundled software), where does that come from?

    I don't know why WurldMedia can't be instantiated in 9X though. It doesn't seem to be anything to do with the 'safe for scripting' flag or anything like that. Bah.

    quote:
    Two additional classids that I use at my site are:
    new Array("a28c2a31-3ab0-4118-922f-f6b3184f5495","BonziBuddy"),


    Yeah, I've never tested BB, partly because it looks so horrible, but mostly because - as with PopUpNetwork - I've never seen it stealth-installed: as far as I know, everyone who has it installed it deliberately (more fool them). Unless you know differently?

    quote:
    I also use the following to check the script:


    Yeah, in the report.js script on my site (whose purpose is to print an appropriate message if the main script didn't detect anything), I use F414C260-6AC0-11CF-B6D1-00AA00BBBB58, which is the JavaScript interpreter, which my script can probably rely on being installed if it is running. Used to use the InternetExplorer control, but there's a weird bug in it in IE5.x which sometimes makes the browser go haywire.

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    Andrew Clover
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    http://and.doxdesk.com/

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