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aliciainAZ
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Re: a.exe b.exe c.exe

I ran a scan using the program that Quads recommended.

 

I have attached the log that was created.

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aliciainAZ
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Re: a.exe b.exe c.exe

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I accidentally skipped over delphinium's suggestion.  I am running that scan but it is taking quite a bit of time.  I will post that log when I am able to get back to that computer.

 

ETA:  I have attached the GMER log.

Message Edited by aliciainAZ on 07-21-2009 03:17 AM
delphinium
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Re: a.exe b.exe c.exe

Thanks AliciinAZ:

 

Only half the GMER ran.  Quads will check the SysProt later today due to time zone differences to make certain you are safe.

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Quads
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Re: a.exe b.exe c.exe

Hi

 

Looks like you had one of the earlier version of the Rootkit family that is resonably easy to remove.

 

Update and run a Full Scan of Malwarebytes.

 

Plus Install, update and run a Full Scan with SuperAntispyware Free http://www.filehippo.com/download_superantispyware/

 

When the scans come back clean you are you are free. 

 

Quads 

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aliciainAZ
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Re: a.exe b.exe c.exe

I ran MalwareBytes', which found zero items, and SUPERAntiSpyware, which found 26 Adware.Tracking Cookies and one Rootkit.TDSServ-Trace.  They are now in Quarantine.  Do I chose to Remove them even though there is a box that asks if I am sure if I want to remove them from quarantine?  Will that put them back into circulation?  There is also the option to Restore them which I know that I definitely don't want to do.

 

I am going to run the SuperAntiSpyware scan again just to be sure.  Otherwise, I think this issue is solved.  I will mark it a s such when the second scan results come back empty.

 

Thank you all for helping me solve this issue!

delphinium
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Re: a.exe b.exe c.exe

Click remove in the quarantine tab.  That removes them from your system.  Other antimalware may still react to them when they are still in quarantine.

 

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aliciainAZ
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Re: a.exe b.exe c.exe

Thank you to everyone that helped me solve this issue.

 

I marked Quads' second response as the solution BUT both dbrisendine  and (Quads & Quads) solutions were used to rectify the problem.  I can not mark more than one response as the solution to this one problem so make sure to read all three responses/links if you come across this same issue.

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