06-24-2012 08:22 AM - last edited on 06-24-2012 07:52 PM by shannons
I'm also having the same kind of problem. Here's the contents of systemlook.txt.:
SystemLook 30.07.11 by jpshortstuff Log created at 21:40 on 23/06/2012 by Marc Administrator - Elevation successful
========== filefind ==========
Searching for "*.@" C:\$Recycle.Bin\S-1-5-21-1492218587-477339662-3154
-= EOF =-
[edit: Clarified subject.]
06-24-2012 08:44 AM
Note that I just noticed looking at the posts to the other guy that I did not temporarily dissable norton before running the log. Also besides norton the only other protection type software I have is Spybot. When I ran it it said I was clean...don't think it is designed to look for rootkits. BTW, my system is 32 bit.
06-24-2012 08:00 PM - edited 06-24-2012 08:07 PM
You are not to run tools or scripts that someone else is asked to run, and you have done so. People just don't read the warnings. You have also done things manually yourself.
You couldn't even get the script right, you are more dangerous to a Computer than the infection itself.
Good luck on removing and cleaning up everything, I am not doing this played with system
It looks like today it must be a full moon, people acking for help but thinking they know better, the general theory about gender must be correct to.
Males, = I can do it I know better
Females = may ask silly questions to people reading, but they just ask for help and wait, and read / follow instructions to the letter.
06-26-2012 02:27 PM
I also clicked on what I thought a trusted site CNN, USAToday I don't remember which one and got trojan.zeroaccess.b. Norton autoprotect keeps showing that one and Trojan.Gen.2. It keeps saying they were partially contained. Besides getting a very sinking feeling I used Nortons site. It had a zeroaccess removal tool. tried it and it said it couldn't find anything. I used their NPE. It came back just showing three files. It just listed them not really saying anything about them. dbf2mdb.exe (I got and used it some time ago to convert a dbf file to a MS Access file...worked well), systemlook.exe, and services.exe. Interesting thing is that aside from the constant auto-protect results of norton my system seems to running fine. No crashes...not slowing down. Oh, I also had/have Spybot. When I tried it and it said my system was clean (don't think it looks at rootkits).