SQLite Trojan, Worm or Virus entered thru browser
Posted on 2011-02-28
Muy importante, por favor,
An SQLite Tracking Cookie Trojan, Worm or Virus attacked and entered through my original Firefox browser by attacking the SQLite program attached to the Firefox browser. My mother has been hit with the same thing on her PC.
All of the browsers I have used in the past do not subdue(not activate) the tracking cookie. I'm currently using the Google Chrome browser, because it is the only browser that stops the trojan from at least activating but obviously doesn't kill it. My AVG Internet security firewall and antivirus don't identify or isolate it either. I've tried antivirus programs and nothing.
I immediately also had to uninstall any programs such as MS SQL Server 2005 off of my computer since the bug was attacking it and it was acting erratic. I need a registry fix for this fast, so I can start building databases again and load them on to my computers.
Both my laptop and my desktop OS have been infected. If Microsoft or an Open Source has a patch to kill this bug please let me know, I've never found it. I really like how the user is the software quality control over the last 10yrs. Whatever happened to taking the bugs out yourself and browser testing?
I don't feel comfortable doing any type of software development with this ugly mess sitting in the shadows and exacerbating the problem to a website online possibly infecting someone else.