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harley57

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i have a trojan-downloader in
c:/windows/windowsupdate.log:fqski:$data

is this removable

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Hey there harley57, welcome to Geeks To Go Forums.

Yes, it is very possible... The staff here at GTG can take care of it...

So please read this: Read This Before Posting A Hijackthis Log (Click on the link)

That will give you steps that will help you clean up 70% of the problems yourself. Then please download "Hijackthis" and run Hijackthis with log. Save the log file here: Malware Removal - HiJackThis Logs Go Here

When you have followed all these steps. A Geeks To Go Staff Member will help you fix your problem.

(Note: Please be patient, the "Malware Forum" is a very busy place and a two or three day wait is not unusual.)

Thank you and goodluck. :whistling:
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thanks geek in training

i removed about 22 virus already this is the last one and i am unsure how to get this piece of the file out without removing the complete log. or if i can

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Hey again harley57, just post a hijackthis log through to the malware forum:

http://www.geekstogo...o-Here-f37.html

Once you have done that, A Geeks To go Staff will take a look at your log a determine how to clear up the rest of the viruses.

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hi spike hacker

thanks, for the help
i went into safemode, renamed the file, rebooted and deleted it
windows had the file open i guess
free at last

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No problem harley57, I am gald we could sought of help. But I would have recommended you going to the malware forum to make sure that you are 100% clean. But, if you problem is fixed, it ok.

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hi spiker hacker inc,

i used the programs the forum, said to download, the last scan was with the online kasper, should i still do more testing, i have now keno firewall and avg 7.1 running, i got all this info from this site,

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Hey again harley, all I would suggest doing is download "Hijackthis" and run Hijackthis with log. Save the log file here: Malware Removal - HiJackThis Logs Go Here

From there it will be the last step to checking if your system is clean of malware, its just an extra step if you belive that your computer is clean, then no futher steps should be taken. It's pritty much up to you.

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