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Hello friends,
I am not sure if i am posting to the correct group but if anyone has an
idea about this and the possible solution or the link to that solution then
please let me know
We have out website running on Windows 2000 - IIS 5.0. Everything was
working fine but since last few days my IIS Services get stopped
unexpectedly.
When i check in even viewer i see the message saying

a) "The World Wide Web Service got terminated unexpectedly. It has been done
__ time(s)"
b) "The ISIS Admin Service got terminated unexpectedly. It has been done __
time(s)"
c) "The Simple Mail Transport Protocol got terminated unexpectedly. It has
been done __ time(s)"

After i restart those services again, everything starts working fine. But
then again in a day or two its stops unexpectedly.
I have read about this at number of place. At few places it says that the
computer is infected with the code Red worm.
I installed the patch for Code Red II from the microsoft website last week
and after installing i restarted the computer. For 3-4 days i had no problem
so i thought that the issue was resolved and that the worm must be causing
the problems, but again today the services were stopped.

Can anyone give me an idea about what wrong is going on and what should i do
to resolve this issue.

Thanks
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Do you get any events in the event log? Like Event ID 5, or Event ID 36?

--
Aaron Bertrand
SQL Server MVP
http://www.aspfaq.com/


"Niel" <na*******@vipp owernet.com> wrote in message
news:ez******** ******@tk2msftn gp13.phx.gbl...
Hello friends,
I am not sure if i am posting to the correct group but if anyone has an
idea about this and the possible solution or the link to that solution then please let me know
We have out website running on Windows 2000 - IIS 5.0. Everything was
working fine but since last few days my IIS Services get stopped
unexpectedly.
When i check in even viewer i see the message saying

a) "The World Wide Web Service got terminated unexpectedly. It has been done __ time(s)"
b) "The ISIS Admin Service got terminated unexpectedly. It has been done __ time(s)"
c) "The Simple Mail Transport Protocol got terminated unexpectedly. It has been done __ time(s)"

After i restart those services again, everything starts working fine. But
then again in a day or two its stops unexpectedly.
I have read about this at number of place. At few places it says that the
computer is infected with the code Red worm.
I installed the patch for Code Red II from the microsoft website last week and after installing i restarted the computer. For 3-4 days i had no problem so i thought that the issue was resolved and that the worm must be causing
the problems, but again today the services were stopped.

Can anyone give me an idea about what wrong is going on and what should i do to resolve this issue.

Thanks

Jul 19 '05 #2
Did you clean the virus from the server ? The MS patch will only insure you
don't get it again.

"Niel" <na*******@vipp owernet.com> wrote in message
news:ez******** ******@tk2msftn gp13.phx.gbl...
Hello friends,
I am not sure if i am posting to the correct group but if anyone has an
idea about this and the possible solution or the link to that solution then please let me know
We have out website running on Windows 2000 - IIS 5.0. Everything was
working fine but since last few days my IIS Services get stopped
unexpectedly.
When i check in even viewer i see the message saying

a) "The World Wide Web Service got terminated unexpectedly. It has been done __ time(s)"
b) "The ISIS Admin Service got terminated unexpectedly. It has been done __ time(s)"
c) "The Simple Mail Transport Protocol got terminated unexpectedly. It has been done __ time(s)"

After i restart those services again, everything starts working fine. But
then again in a day or two its stops unexpectedly.
I have read about this at number of place. At few places it says that the
computer is infected with the code Red worm.
I installed the patch for Code Red II from the microsoft website last week and after installing i restarted the computer. For 3-4 days i had no problem so i thought that the issue was resolved and that the worm must be causing
the problems, but again today the services were stopped.

Can anyone give me an idea about what wrong is going on and what should i do to resolve this issue.

Thanks

Jul 19 '05 #3
Yes I hope I have cleaned the virus,
I again download both the patches Code Red Worm patch and Code Red Worm II
patch.
I couldn't install the first patch as it said that I already had a higher
version of service pack and so the patch won't run.
Howerver I could install and run the 2nd patch i.e Code Red Worm II patch
and have restrated it again.
After I restrarted a text file was created on desktop which is as follows

-~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~

Cleaning up Code Red Worm

If the system was internet-exposed, you should re-install system

To disable IIS, invoke with -disable option

This application does NOT apply the patch

See
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/tre...hnet/security/
bulletin/MS01-033.asp

Shutting down IIS

IIS Service stopped

Removing files created by worm

No files left by worm found

Removing virtual roots from the registry that may have been left by worm

This does not unmap virtual roots from the IIS metabase

/Scripts removed

/msadc removed

System File protection enabled

IIS Service could not be restarted

Metabase successfully backed up to CodeRedCleanup_ Backup

Searching for virtual roots left by the worm in IIS

Cannot get access permissions for /LM/W3SVC/1/Root/PBSData/ - err = 51201

No virtual roots left by worm found

-~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~

I guess this pretty much explains that now all the files (if any) created by
worm have been removed.
If not then tell if there is still some problem and what next should I do.

Thanks

"Mike Florio" <mi**@micro-point.com> wrote in message
news:vv******** ****@corp.super news.com...
Did you clean the virus from the server ? The MS patch will only insure you don't get it again.

"Niel" <na*******@vipp owernet.com> wrote in message
news:ez******** ******@tk2msftn gp13.phx.gbl...
Hello friends,
I am not sure if i am posting to the correct group but if anyone has an idea about this and the possible solution or the link to that solution then
please let me know
We have out website running on Windows 2000 - IIS 5.0. Everything was
working fine but since last few days my IIS Services get stopped
unexpectedly.
When i check in even viewer i see the message saying

a) "The World Wide Web Service got terminated unexpectedly. It has been

done
__ time(s)"
b) "The ISIS Admin Service got terminated unexpectedly. It has been done __
time(s)"
c) "The Simple Mail Transport Protocol got terminated unexpectedly. It has
been done __ time(s)"

After i restart those services again, everything starts working fine.

But then again in a day or two its stops unexpectedly.
I have read about this at number of place. At few places it says that the computer is infected with the code Red worm.
I installed the patch for Code Red II from the microsoft website last

week
and after installing i restarted the computer. For 3-4 days i had no

problem
so i thought that the issue was resolved and that the worm must be causing the problems, but again today the services were stopped.

Can anyone give me an idea about what wrong is going on and what should

i do
to resolve this issue.

Thanks


Jul 19 '05 #4
The event id that i get i "7031" and event type is "Error" while event
category is "None"

"Aaron Bertrand - MVP" <aa***@TRASHasp faq.com> wrote in message
news:u5******** ******@TK2MSFTN GP10.phx.gbl...
Do you get any events in the event log? Like Event ID 5, or Event ID 36?

--
Aaron Bertrand
SQL Server MVP
http://www.aspfaq.com/


"Niel" <na*******@vipp owernet.com> wrote in message
news:ez******** ******@tk2msftn gp13.phx.gbl...
Hello friends,
I am not sure if i am posting to the correct group but if anyone has an idea about this and the possible solution or the link to that solution then
please let me know
We have out website running on Windows 2000 - IIS 5.0. Everything was
working fine but since last few days my IIS Services get stopped
unexpectedly.
When i check in even viewer i see the message saying

a) "The World Wide Web Service got terminated unexpectedly. It has been

done
__ time(s)"
b) "The ISIS Admin Service got terminated unexpectedly. It has been done __
time(s)"
c) "The Simple Mail Transport Protocol got terminated unexpectedly. It has
been done __ time(s)"

After i restart those services again, everything starts working fine.

But then again in a day or two its stops unexpectedly.
I have read about this at number of place. At few places it says that the computer is infected with the code Red worm.
I installed the patch for Code Red II from the microsoft website last

week
and after installing i restarted the computer. For 3-4 days i had no

problem
so i thought that the issue was resolved and that the worm must be causing the problems, but again today the services were stopped.

Can anyone give me an idea about what wrong is going on and what should

i do
to resolve this issue.

Thanks


Jul 19 '05 #5

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