Class Action Suit Against SpyAxe

A blog designed for the victims of SpyAxe to come together and eventually launch a class action lawsuit against the mailcious indiviual(s) responsible for a plethora of illegal activites.

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

SpyAxe Encounters

Tell us when you were infected with this malware and what it did to your PC before removing it. Have you not removed it yet? See the comment section on the entry below.

2 Comments:

Blogger Dave Hughes said...

My story proabably has very little variation than any other you've heard.

One day, while NOT ONLINE, I noticed the po-up in the corner of my desktop that was warning me of spyware or malware or something. It seemed rather urgent popping up every few seconds. Eventually a second warning pop-up appeared in the same area. Suddenly I had two pop-ups going and I wasn't even online! I knew it was a trojan of some sort so I ran my program and rebooted. Nothing.

So now I go online to find out to research what the hell this thing is and how to get rid of it. There was very little info out there. I decided to just hide the pop-up icons and go about my business. My friend kicked me offline (I have dial-up) and mentioned in a phone call that he got infected the same night by the same thing. Amazing coincidence? Probably not.

So I went back online an I eventually found out that ioctrl.dll was the culprit. I had to delete it going into safe mode. That worked. For a couple days.

Then BAM! IT'S BACK!!! AHHHH!!!

I went back online and discovered that now every tech forum was getting flooded with people talking about their problems with spyaxe and different methods of getting rid of it. For me, the moveonboot method worked flawlessly. I told my friend what to do and it seemed to work for him to. (For btter instructions, see the comments under "Remove Spyaxe").

Now that it is gone (for now) I want justice. I want to shut these guys down - or, at the very least, stop them from making a dime off of this obvious illegal activivty.

Oh yeah, my friend sent me an e-mail today saying he got attacked AGAIN by the same thing.

3:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So, after some five hours of internet searching, and sending thirty dollars of hard earned cash to PC Tools, (Spyware Doctor)I finally got Spyaxe removed from my system. Now I want revenge! Class action suit? Sounds good Dave, although an old fashioned hangin' sounds even better!

6:19 AM  

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