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Old 2004-05-26, 17:19   Link #1
Rhythmic
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What is a BJCFD??

I have been trying to us bittorrent all day today, but I keep running into the same problem. after about 10 minutes of it running A-OK all of a sudden my download rate drops to 0 and so does my upload rate, then my DSL stops working completly,

I can't websurf or nothing anymore,
then my PC starts to lockup completly, When trying to shut down my computer I get a "program not responding, BJCFD.exe"

no matter how many times I click end now it keeps comming up. and I have to actually force my PC to shut down by hitting the button itself (instead of though windows)

now since it only happened when I used bittorrent, I figured it was the client, I uninstalled bittorrent and got the azerures(sp) client.
same problem
then I got the bittornado client same problem.

then I thought maybe it is a virus or trojan, since the last thing somebody did on the pc was my mom getting shrek 2 over BT maybe it had a trojan in it,
I ran AVG anti-virus 2 times, Lavasoft ad-aware 3 times and nothing was found.

I have run a search for "BJCFD.exe" on my PC and it didn't find anything. I looked in my Event viewer and there isn't anything showing up in there,

anybody know what is happening? this has never happened before.
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Old 2004-05-26, 17:32   Link #2
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http://www.answersthatwork.com/Taskl...tasklist_b.htm

"BroadJump Foundation Client from BroadJump.com, now Motive. After reading the description of this product on the BroadJump website, it is clear that some of the functions of this software are what we call adware (software which collects information on your Internet activity and sends it to your ISP so that your ISP can serve you advertisements related to the type of sites you visit). This program typically gets installed when you install software from the Comcast ISP (which took over @Home and MediaOne), although at the time of writing, 31-Mar-2003, Comcast is not the only ISP which uses BroadJump’s software (Southwestern Bell DSL, BellSouth, Charter).

Recommendation :
We are against this type of spyware/adware software, as you know. Additionally CFD creates conflicts on Windows XP which result in users experiencing problems or lack of Internet access when logging off and logging back on as a different user. Again on XP, CFD has been seen to slowly but surely gobble up resources and memory, ending up running at 95% of CPU resources and an impossibly slow PC. You’ve guessed it : de-install "Broadjump Client Foundation" through "Add/Remove Programs" in the Control Panel, and/or disable BJCFD, or its newer incarnation, CFD, with The Ultimate Troubleshooter. Those users who have done so have reported no ill-effects whatsoever. You can also run Ad-Aware or Spybot Search & Destroy who will both rid your PC of the Broadjump software."
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Old 2004-05-26, 17:35   Link #3
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Let me start of by saying I love you, you looked at the event veiwer!

BJCFD.exe is a spyware program installed by a specific internet service provider. Now the question is how to get rid of it right?

Open your start menu and choose run.
Type "regedit.exe"
Hit Enter.

WARNING: Misuse of the regedit program can cause serious windows damage!

Open the Edit Menu and Choose Find.
Type BJCFD.exe in the box and hit find.
Keep pressing the F3 key until it navigats to:"My Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Wind ows\Current Version\Run"

Delete the key for BJCFD.exe by right clicking it in and choosing delete.

If this doesn't fix the problem, or it finds BJCFD.exe in other locations, post them here.

Edit: Or you could uninstall it from the Add/Remove Programs dialog box, LOL! You can get Spybot: Search and Destroy at the offical site here.
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Old 2004-05-26, 17:50   Link #4
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Edit: Or you could uninstall it from the Add/Remove Programs dialog box

nope, when I try to remove it , Windows says its tied into my connection manager(what gets me connected to the internet) and it won't allow me to take it off :/

well, time to hit up the registry, I hate going in there I always feel like I am gonna kill my pc :|


thanks for the quick respones to the both of yall
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Old 2004-05-26, 18:24   Link #5
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nevermind,

it did it again after 20 minutes :|

grrrr,

if stopping it via registry didn't do anything and irc never works for me,

no more anime for me

Last edited by Rhythmic; 2004-05-26 at 18:45.
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Old 2004-05-26, 19:04   Link #6
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Originally Posted by Rhythmic
nevermind,

it did it again after 20 minutes :|

grrrr,

if stopping it via registry didn't do anything and irc never works for me,

no more anime for me
You know, KeinikuSuki gave you even a link for Spybot, why don't you try it out?
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Old 2004-05-26, 19:10   Link #7
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Originally Posted by Rhythmic
it did it again after 20 minutes :|
Did the process start again?

Or is something else causing this problem?

If it's the BJCFD.exe we can get rid of it for you.

Download HijackThis!, unzip it, run it, Press "Scan," Press "Save Log," and post it here by copy and pasting it inside SPOILER tags.
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Old 2004-05-26, 19:11   Link #8
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spybot isn't saying it is a problem, so it wont take it off. thats why
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Old 2004-05-26, 19:14   Link #9
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Did the process start again?

Or is something else causing this problem?

If it's the BJCFD.exe we can get rid of it for you.


I don't know,
when I restarted it said "bjcfd isn't respoding, end program" still,

dispite getting rid of it in registry,
I also got rid of anything that says broadjump client foundation in the registry,

but its still in my "add/remove programs"
it wont let me uninstall it unless I get rid of connection manager(which I need to get on the internet)

I tried making my firewall block the program out, to which my DSL decided to just stop working completly intill I unblocked it.


spybot isn't looking at it as a problem. so thats not working either,

is there a way to get spybot to activly SEARCH for it? cause its not finding it on its own.
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Old 2004-05-26, 19:25   Link #10
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Originally Posted by Rhythmic
I don't know,
when I restarted it said "bjcfd isn't respoding, end program" still,

dispite getting rid of it in registry,
I also got rid of anything that says broadjump client foundation in the registry,

but its still in my "add/remove programs"
it wont let me uninstall it unless I get rid of connection manager(which I need to get on the internet)

I tried making my firewall block the program out, to which my DSL decided to just stop working completly intill I unblocked it.


spybot isn't looking at it as a problem. so thats not working either,

is there a way to get spybot to activly SEARCH for it? cause its not finding it on its own.
Did you try preventing it from starting with your system? If not:

Start menu-->run-->type in msconfig-->Go to the Start up tab--> uncheck BJCFD.exe-->restart-->remove the file manually (search for it if necessary)

Please use this option _only_ if you know what you are doing. If you disable the wrong processes, the computer might not boot!

EDIT: Sorry, I misread the post with the registry thingy, my bad
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Old 2004-05-26, 19:28   Link #11
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Originally Posted by _Sin_
Start menu-->run-->type in msconfig-->Go to the Start up tab--> uncheck BJCFD.exe-->restart-->remove the file manually (search for it if necessary)
Mconfig.exe only removes items from the RunOnce section of the registry which we already did. A HijackThis!removal will be more effective (please see above for HijackThis! log instructions).
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Old 2004-05-26, 19:33   Link #12
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Give Ad-aware a shot at it should the other options provided above fail. And be sure to always use the latest reference file when scanning. Also, I think it has a restore option should an removal break any programs.
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Old 2004-05-26, 19:35   Link #13
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Originally Posted by Greenē
Give Ad-aware a shot at it should the other options provided above fail. And be sure to always use the latest reference file when scanning. Also, I think it has a restore option should an removal break any programs.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Rhythmic
ran AVG anti-virus 2 times, Lavasoft ad-aware 3 times and nothing was found.
Hehe, we're a little past that point now.
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Old 2004-05-26, 19:47   Link #14
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Hehe, we're a little past that point now.
My bet is that Rhythmic did not have the latest reference files or we just found the ultimate spyware
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Old 2004-05-26, 19:55   Link #15
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Actually I think I found the problem, trying to make a quick comeback for _Sin_ .

Make sure the prosses is stoped and delete the file at:

C:\Program Files\BroadJump\Client Foundation\CFD.exe

If it's not there, search for CFD.exe and kill it.
You can also remove it using HijackThis!
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Old 2004-05-26, 19:58   Link #16
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well, It happened again,

this time when I booted up my pc it ran chkdsk and did a bunch of stuff,

trying to download "hijackthis" but nothing is comming up, its just on a site that says "download in progress" and telling me to look around the site.

but nothing seems to be downloading at all, its been going for a few minutes now,


It seems like its tied directly into my connection manager(what lets me get connected to the net)
so it seems that if I want that gone, I won't be able to use the net,

well now I know why I only pay 25 bucks for broadband access :|
also I deleted moms shrek 2, since this problem never happened in the last 6 months of using bittorrent with DSL.
only today where she had left the pc on to download shrek2 :|

this is so lame,
the only thing I can think of is maybe its the torrent itself. and if I tried downloading something else maybe it wouldn't happen.

I dunno, maybe thats the case. worth a try.
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Old 2004-05-26, 20:02   Link #17
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Originally Posted by KeinikuSuki
Actually I think I found the problem, trying to make a quick comeback for _Sin_ .

Make sure the prosses is stoped and delete the file at:

C:\Program Files\BroadJump\Client Foundation\CFD.exe

If it's not there, search for CFD.exe and kill it.
You can also remove it using HijackThis!
Do we already have the HijackThis results? Another option would be to delete the file under DOS since you already know the file path.
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Old 2004-05-26, 20:03   Link #18
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Thanks to HijackThis!'s licence (I hope) you can just get it from me.
Right Click and Save Target As.

http://web.utk.edu/~icampbe2/HijackThis.exe

I'm just worried that we have moved away from the BJCFD.exe problem on to something else.
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Old 2004-05-26, 20:06   Link #19
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Thanks to HijackThis!'s licence (I hope) you can just get it from me.
Right Click and Save Target As.

http://web.utk.edu/~icampbe2/HijackThis.exe
Isn't it freeware anyway...?
If it does not work with that link, try this http://www.spywareinfo.com/~merijn/files/HijackThis.exe
(Shamelessly stolen from the stupid hompage thread )
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Old 2004-05-26, 20:14   Link #20
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Perhaps this BJCFD.exe file got corrupted in a way that the scanners aren't picking it up?

/Knows not how the scanners really work
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